Last month I did a little project for the Krohn Conservatory in Cincinnati. It was shot entirely in 4K, and you can download the 4K file from Vimeo to see the added detail 4K offers. I have found that my YouTube version actually streams 4K and does a nice job of it, if you are set up for it. Vimeo is not yet streaming 4K as far as I can tell.Read More »
A couple of friends and I ordered FS7’s about the same time with the Sony FE PZ 28-135mm f/4 G OSS Lenses. We were looking for a project to test them out on, and realized the Kentucky Symphony Orchestra had their 2015 Valentine’s Day Gala coming up.Read More »
Last summer I was approached by Lora G. of Lunden Reign asking for permission to use my footage from Monument Valley. My Monument Valley Sunrise to Moonrise video on YouTube is now number one among Monument Valley videos. For that video I used Ferd Grofé’s Grand Canyon Suite as a soundtrack.Read More »
Breaking News Nov 5, 2013: Canon announces 70D technology added to C100 as predicted here on Oct. 8.
A year ago I migrated most of my video efforts to my new Sony NEX FS700. With its Super 35 sensor, auto focusing, XLR audio input and many other features I thought I had seen the last of my DSLR days. Such was not to be, and that is because of the Canon EOS 70D.Read More »
As a HDSLR shooter I loved the footage and the ergonomics of my Canon 5D2, but was looking for the convenience, speed, and control that a digital camcorder offers. I spent most of 2011 laying in wait for the November Canon announcement of the Cinema EOS C300.Read More »
Monument Valley Utah is home to some of the most amazing rock formations on the planet. This park is part of the Navajo Nation and has been used as the set for dozens of films and television shows. The “Valley of the Rocks” is characterized by clusters of enormous buttes, some reaching 1,000 feet above the valley floor.Read More »