Here is an affordable solution for focusing when recording video with still lenses (i.e. lenses made for photography, not videography). Continue reading FocusShifter Follow Focus for DSLR Cameras
Here is a review of a LED light from Aputure. It is small and affordable, but gives a surprising amount of power. Continue reading Aputure Amaran AL-M9 – on-camera LED light review
Color grading is challenging enough, but it is much more so when you don’t have a professional monitor. There are many good monitors out there, but they cost thousands of dollars. I wasn’t quite prepared to spend that much money, though. Continue reading Best video and photo editing monitor: here’s what I bought
Here is a video about a cheap but surprisingly practical camera accessory. Continue reading FingaZoom – filmmaking gadget
It’s been a while since Canon had a product release that excited filmmakers. Well, I think the just-announced Canon C200 cinema camera will stir up a lot of interest in the filmmaking community. So, here are the things to take note of: Continue reading Canon C200 – URSA Mini 4.6K competitor
In today’s tutorial, I show you how I recreated a scene from the movie “Sin City”. Continue reading How we remade a scene from “Sin City”
Today’s tutorial is on the long side – almost half hour – but it covers techniques that are crucial to filmmakers and photographers. There is a lot of information about how to remove noise from your images, while making them cinematic. So, here we go! Continue reading How to get CRISP noiseless videos & photos – in any light and with any camera!
I am super excited to announce the release of new LUTs. These 20 LUTs have been inspired by some of the most memorable,
– and certainly visually remarkable – films. Continue reading I’ve finished my Famous Movies LUTs!
Today, we’re recreating a scene from “Road To Perdition“. Continue reading Cinematography of “Road To Perdition” – recreating a Hollywood scene