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Chris Boyle is a nomadic inventor who strives to keep one foot in the laboratory and one in the sand. SOLOSHOT is a great new tool for filmmakers, videographers, and indies. It's a cost effective way to create stellar shots and a great way to take care of filming as if you had your own ESPN cameraman filming the game for you. With gear like SOLOSHOT coming on the market, Boyle, SOLOSHOT's CEO and is Chairman of the Board, thinks it's possible that they’ll start to see studio sized scenes like Braveheart coming from independents. Learn how the idea of SOLOSHOT came to be and where it will be in the future.
Graham Nolte, a DP (and so much more), shares tips and advice he’s learned from freelancing:
Working as a photographer or a cameraman during winter is not a pleasant feeling. Being in that business, you have to be present on set for hours, working without a break, and under any weather conditions. Furthermore, when you do take breaks, you need to store your equipment somewhere before proceeding. Cold weather is not good for your health, nor is it good for the state of your camera. With that said, here are a couple of the best tips for storing filming equipment in a cold climate.
Netflix’s Dick Johnson Is Dead explores the complex emotions we feel as our loved ones grow old in a highly imaginative and cathartic story of a daughter’s love for her father as he nears the end of his life. Award-winning filmmaker and director Kirsten Johnson celebrates her father in this bittersweet tribute as a way for them to both cope with the evitable, blending imaginary scenes and real-life events as her and her father experience pain, love and joy.
I've wanted to use a rebreather and film underwater for many years. I saw my first unit, an AP system around the year 2000. Once I realised what it could do for me as an underwater cameraman, I was determined to film using one. The extended decompression times made it immediately attractive. And then of course the lack of bubbles. It’s only after you experience the difference in wildlife behaviour between Open and Closed Circuit do you really see the benefits.
Richard Crudo, ASC was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He began his film career as an assistant cameraman. As a director of photography, Crudo has shot a wide range of feature, television, and commercial productions. Among his feature credits are Federal Hill, American Buffalo, American Pie, Music From Another Room, Outside Providence, Down To Earth, Out Cold, Grind, Brooklyn Rules and some 26 episodes of the Emmy-award winning Justified. He has also directed several independent features.
Have you ever wondered how to get the perfect interview lighting? We have a secret: It’s all about the 3-point setup. Go To Team’s DC cameraman, David DiFalco has dished the scoop on how to achieve the perfect 3- point lighting setup…even if you are using someone else’s gear!
Bayerischer Rundfunk needed a reliable and precise studio system to broadcast their daily news, using a consistent quality and style. In order to drive efficiencies and create the repeatable shots they were looking for they decided the studio footage should be automated. The Studiobot system was then installed in the centre of their news studio on the 3rd floor of the studio building in Munich-Freimann.
Video editing is a time consuming process and to edit something good you'll need someone with experience, decent footage and creativity. Anyone can edit shots to a piece of music and upload it to social media but once you want to tell a story and keep peoples attention, you'll need to consider a few things when planning your video edit. When it comes to media production in this day and age there is no right or wrong, just ones that end up good and ones that end up bad.
Summer is here! Finally, you'll get to enjoy that sun you've been waiting for. And while you're there, the weather will be nice, so why wouldn't you shoot a few videos? We all like to think this way. Summer easily lures you into thinking that filming in it will be a breeze. However, if there's no breeze, you'll be cooking in no time. And that's just one of the problems you'll be facing. In reality, there's a lot of things to consider. And to help you out with the heat, we have prepared a few production tips for the summer shoot.