Last December B&H Photo Video let me borrow a couple of their cameras to test them out. I had a chance to use the Sony FS7 on a film I shot in Toronto with Clint D’Souza (who wrote and directed it). If you want a quick opinion on the camera, then I can simply say that I loved it! Continue reading Sony FS7 Review After Real World Use
In this tutorial, I show you how to use natural, available light, like the sun to get sexy bikini beach shots! Continue reading Bikini Shoot with $3 DIY Reflector – Photo & Video Tutorial
Today premieres a music video I directed, shot and edited for Anna Cyzon. The title of the song is “Never Broken”. Continue reading “Never Broken” music video + tutorials!
Recently, I got to put the Sony a7R II to work and here’s my review of the camera. Continue reading Sony a7R II Review & Overheating Fix
Today, I test out nine of the most popular and requested headphones under $200. I test them out with different people so I can tell you which ones sound the best for casual music listening PLUS which pair I would chose for professional sound/music production. Continue reading Ultimate Headphone Showdown – which sound the best!
When Canon released the 5D Mark II in 2008 and then followed up with the 7D in 2009, indie film and video production was revolutionized. These cameras combined great optics with full HD recording. Just as importantly, their cost was within the reach of many indie filmmakers. The Canon DSLRs were all the rave. Continue reading Is Canon Forgetting Indie Filmmakers?
Move over Canon 5D Mark 3… Sony a7s is the new low light king of cameras! 😉 Continue reading Sony A7S – Camera Buying Guide
Number one question I get asked is “What’s a perfect beginner camera?” My answer is still the same – the SONY NEX-5. Continue reading “Your Way” music video shot on the Sony NEX-5
I have joined the Pharrell Williams’ “Happy” club!
As, I’m sure, most of you know, there is a giant collection of music videos from people from all over the world who just dance and show what it means to be happy – all done to the hit song “Happy”. Continue reading Pharrell Williams’ “Happy” – Ecuadorian style by Tom Antos
Visual effects are a huge part of film and video production these days. From the smallest music videos to big budget films, it seems like everyone is using effects to spice up their work. Continue reading Movie Magic (without VFX)