Posts in Filmmaking
Starter Series: 35mm vs 50mm

When starting out in photography, you might not have access to the best lenses. If you're lucky enough to jump into this with a 24-70mm f/2.8 lens, more power to you. But for the rest of us, we might start from a more humble origin, in the form of kit lenses.

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The Best Budget Mobile Creative Storage: LaCie Rugged USB-C Hard Drive

When it comes to editing video content as of late, my process has been to shoot in the highest quality format I can, and then to take that footage and organize it onto my MacBook Pro’s internal SSD. Having everything on a drive that fast makes it easier to do edits versus running them off an external hard drive.

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Thoughts on Photography & Overkill

With bigger projects, and more high profile clients, it makes sense to use the right tools to get the job done. As I've started to plan out my different jobs for the first half of the year, improving the quality of my production equipment is something that has been on my mind. 

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HOW TO FILM BETTER VIDEOS WITH ANY CAMERA

I made this video specifically to help anyone who is like me and just getting into filming to break down the essential elements of making a good video. In it, I talk about cameras, lenses, audio and lightning. Hope this can help someone figure out what they need to get in order to get the results they desire.

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WHY MY NEXT CAMERA WILL BE MIRRORLESS AND 4K

As more and more devices display content in 4K and HDR content, putting out content in those formats helps it stick out against the rest of the pack. My current kit is heavy and only outputs video in 1080p. 

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CREESEWORKS COLOR GRADING TEST with the NIKON D7100

Something I've been asked to do more of lately is video work. So I'm taking it upon myself to push my gear on hand to the limit by learning to grade better. And that starts with better footage.

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