This is my first Animated GIF cinemagraph. I am hoping that it will loop.
The Rail Runner system with ball head and DSLR
Many filmmakers and videographers are looking for an affordable and portable camera dolly system to add smooth tracking shots to their productions. The Rail Runner camera dolly system is a versatile, and portable camera dolly system that delivers the benefits of a skate dolly combined with the smoothness and versatility of a rail dolly. With its exclusive “rail hugger” wheel system, the dolly can be used on any flat surface for orbiting, low angle, and tabletop product shots; or the dolly can be mounted on rails or ride on wood planks for ultra-smooth long tracking shots. Continue reading
In part three of my series on the Black Magic Cinema Camera I am going to talk about my production workflow using the camera. The BMCC does require that you jump through some workflow hoops in order to take advantage of its powerful imaging capabilities. Continue reading
In part two of my series on the Black Magic Cinema Camera, I will talk about my hands-on shooting experience with the camera. While I’ve only had the camera for four weeks, I’ve shot several test in both the studio and on-location. Continue reading
I’ve been shooting with the Black Magic Cinema Camera for the last month and what follows are my first impressions. In part one of this series on the Black Magic Cinema Camera, I will explain why this camera is different than DSLRs or even pro camcorders
Everybody knows that the Black Magic Cinema Camera was a revolutionary product when it was unveiled at the 2012 NAB show. Why then do they try to compare it to any other camera, and especially the Canon 5DMK2 DSLR? Continue reading
My latest Film “An Evenly Matched Game” is finally available for internet viewing. We produced this film in the summer of 2012, but due to film festival restrictions, we were not able to post it until now.
Please steer your Web browser to AnEvenlyMatchedGame.com To see why we say “Pick on someone your own size!”
You can check out a short interview of me by Patrick Sheridan of the Emerging Filmmakers Project at the Emerging Filmmakers Blog: http://efpdenver.wordpress.com/2012/11/13/an-evenly-matched-game/
We are finally having the public premier of my latest film titled An Evenly Matched Game. The ten minute short sci-fi action film will be shown with some other short films at the Emerging Filmmakers Project. The Emerging Filmmakers Project has been showcasing the best of Denver’s new and established independent filmmakers the third Thursday of every month since 2002, Screenings are held at The Bug Theatre (3654 Navajo St., Denver 80232 – www.bugtheatre.org). The Emerging Filmmakers Project is a great place to meet and network with area filmmakers, actors, writers and many of the talented folks who work behind the camera.
The festivities start at 8PM, Thursday November 15, 2012. $5 admission and free beer till the keg runs out.
Hey, I’ve been offline for far too long. Since the last post, I completed my summer 2012 film titled “An Evenly Matched Game”. Check out the website and trailer here: http://anevenlymatchedgame.com/ And our facebook page at : http://www.facebook.com/AnEvenlyMatchedGame and finally our IMDB page
Wish us luck at the Starz Denver International Film Fest as well as Sundance and others.
I’ve wrapped post production for my short film “Love and Robots” and now I am in the process of entering it in film festivals. The film is entered into the Sundance festival, The Boulder International Film Festival, and the Festivus film festival in Denver Colorado. “Love and Robots” is the story of a female robot who wonders if robots can experience the emotion of love. It was shot with a Panasonic GH2 DSLR camera with a dedicated volunteer cast and crew and no budget to speak of.
I am also in the process of finding a venue for the unofficial world premiere. You can check out the trailer at: http://loveandrobotsfilm.com/trailer.html we also have an Internet Movie Database page and a Facebook page.