Category: Cinematography

New Dubai Time-Lapse Footage by Philip Bloom

Posted by Anthony - January 26, 2012 - Cameras, Cinematography DubaiTimeLapse

Check out this beautiful new time-lapse DSLR video shot in Dubai by Philip Bloom, the quintessential D.P.’s D.P. He shot it with 5 different Canon cameras – 2x Canon 5D Mark IV’s 2x Canon 7D’s and a Canon 1D Mark IV, plus some specialty time-lapse gear. For more info on how it was captured check [...]

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A Sweet DIY Light Background FX for Under $20

Posted by Anthony - January 26, 2012 - Cinematography, Equipment, Lighting LightBoard1

Tim Cash of The Oregon Filmmaker put together this cool and funny little tutorial for a design to create your own quick and cheap “light board” using standard Christmas lights, which looks like it would make a pretty sweet background for interviews or music videos or any similar project where you are shooting with a [...]

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A Quick Red Epic Video Tutorial

Posted by Anthony - January 25, 2012 - Cameras, Cinematography epic-m-package

If you are thinking about buying or renting the new Red Epic camera,  James Drake, co-owner of 5kInsight.com, gives Dave Dugdale of Learning DSLR Video a nice little hands-on Red Epic video tutorial. Personally, I have yet to shoot with any Red camera myself eventhough I have access to them (just haven’t had a project that it was practical for), [...]

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PEEP THIS: Fashion Videos by Alexandra Roxo

Posted by Anthony - December 9, 2011 - Cinematography, Freelance Video, Women in Film AlexandraOnSet

Attending and now working and teaching at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts , I’ve been blessed to meet,teach and work with more talented filmmakers than I can honestly recount.  It seems that almost every other week a name from the past pops up in the trades, at Sundance, on tv or elsewhere on the [...]

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A First Look at Canon’s Juicy New EOS C300

Posted by Anthony - November 30, 2011 - Cameras, Cinematography Canon-EOS-C300-Digital-Cinema-Camera-1

By now most of you know that I have mixed feelings about DSLR cameras… love the chips and superior image quality, but hate the awkward “franken rigs” and lack of basic video-friendly features that most pros rely on. The industry is starting to remedy the DSLR dilemma for pro shooters that want to capture gorgeous [...]

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