I am excited to premiere on my short film “Legend Of The Bar”! Along with it I also got a series of filmmaking tutorials for you guys that document how the film was made on a $0 budget. Continue reading “Legend Of The Bar” Short film and tutorials!
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
For years, the Zoom H4 has been the workhorse audio recorder on my film and video productions. As good as it is, it is an older model, and so I decided to see what the current portable recorders have to offer. Here is my review of three popular recorders from Zoom and Tascam. Continue reading Portable Audio Recorders for Filmmakers
Canon has just announced three intriguing cameras for videographers, unless you’re looking for 4K video, that is. Continue reading Canon releases M6, 77D and T7i – great HD cameras, but no 4K
Back in 2009 Canon started the DSLR revolution – as far as indie filmmakers were concerned – when it introduced HD video recording in their Canon 5D, and then the 7D, DSLRs. Since then Canon has introduced many DSLRs that have gradually improved on those models. Continue reading Canon EOS 70D — solid all-around DSLR
Sony NEX 5R just may be the best camera for budget filmmakers. Even though I often stress that people focus too much on the cameras and not enough on developing their cinematography skills, I get asked so much for camera recommendations that I decided to talk about a specific camera – especially since I bought this one myself. Continue reading Cinematic Tests – Sony NEX-5R review