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What filming underwater teaches about video production above it
You take the plunge and the cool quiet mumbling of life below edges out the background hum of the world above. Everything beyond the surface takes a distant place in your ears, and if you’re lucky, in your mind, too.
Published on Monday, July 20, 2020 10:00 AM
Top 10 Production Tips for Filming in the Amazon
Images of smoke and flames engulfing parts of the Amazon rainforest have been in and out of the international news headlines in the past few weeks. With Brazil still at the start of its dry season, experts in Brazil have predicted that the the worst may be still to come, so we’re expecting to see more and more foreign news crews heading to the region in the coming weeks.
Published on Monday, September 16, 2019 10:00 AM
Extreme Production: Taking It to the Limit and THEN Some
Creative professionals are by nature risk takers. Whether it’s some sweeping camera move or scene, we all want to get “that shot”. You know what I'm talking about. The one shot that steals your breath and makes for that wow and I might just die moment. Let’s take a look at some of the people and projects that make us stand up and take notice.
Published on Tuesday, May 14, 2019 11:18 AM
5 Tips for Working with the MoVI
by Daniel Hurst It's been a few months since we first got our hands on the MoVI and it has been a great tool on many of our recent stock shoots (check out the Shutterstock behind the scenes video where we took it out for the first time). We have had the opportunity to run it through its paces - shooting handheld from cars, atvs, bicycles, skateboards and even helicopters. While the MoVI is very easy to simply pick up and start shooting with, there is a learning curve with several aspects of the system. Here are a few tips for working with this great piece of equipment.
Published on Wednesday, February 12, 2014 11:03 AM
In Review: DJI Ronin-S
The minute I opened the road case with the new DJI Ronin-S tucked inside, I said to my frequent shooting partner Sean McVeigh from McVeigh Productions, "This was going to be a fun review." Getting to put new gear to the test is what Sean and I love to do. We could see that the DJI Ronin-S was going to be great right out of the box.
Published on Wednesday, September 12, 2018 10:00 AM
Creating Action Sequences for The Boys with Stunt Coordinator Tig Fong
Tig Fong is an award-nominated stunt coordinator and director with over 30 years of experience in the industry as an actor, stunt performer, and stunt rigger. Inspired by role models Bruce Lee and Jet Li, Tig trained in various martial arts throughout his life. His current projects include NBC’s upcoming series ‘The Lost Symbol,’ FX’s ‘What We Do in the Shadows’ and Amazon’s ‘The Boys,’ which earned Tig earned his first Screen Actors Guild Award nomination for Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Comedy or Drama Series.
Published on Thursday, June 17, 2021 10:00 AM
Paul Cameron, ASC Takes on Major Motion Picture Reminiscence
For the upcoming major motion picture Reminiscence – the feature film directorial debut from Westworld co-creator Lisa Joy, starring Hugh Jackman, Rebecca Ferguson, and Thandie Newton—award-winning director of photography Paul Cameron, ASC reached into his bag of innovation, math, and imagination to create breathtaking imagery.
Published on Monday, August 23, 2021 10:00 AM
Creative Culture Focuses on Diverse Storytelling with Blackmagic Design
Located in Pleasantville, NY, the Jacob Burns Film Center (JBFC) developed its Creative Culture fellowship program to help champion underrepresented voices and diverse storytelling. Now in its fourth year, Creative Culture has helped 35 filmmakers create projects that have been selected by top tier film festivals, such as Sundance, Berlinale, and SXSW, and acquired by Fox Searchlight, POV, NY Times Op Docs, and Staff Pick’d at Vimeo. This includes recent projects such as Adam Meeks’ “Union County” which premiered at this year’s Berlinale, and Crystal Kayiza’s “See You Next Time” which was selected at Sundance 2020 and recently acquired by The New Yorker.
Published on Monday, September 7, 2020 10:00 AM
26-Year-Old BAFTA Winner Bertie Gregory Shoots BBC Earth's Seven Worlds, One Planet
CinematographerBertie Gregory is the 26-year-old behind BBC's Seven Worlds, One Planet. He's already a 2020 BAFTA nominee, and current Emmy-contender. Bertie has made a name for himself as one of the youngest and most sought-after wildlife filmmakers in the business. Along with Seven Worlds, he has contributed his talent to a variety of wildlife projects, including producing/hosting for National Geographic’s online series, WildLife: Resurrection Island and WildLife: The Big Freeze.
Published on Wednesday, August 5, 2020 10:00 AM
New Zealand-based Director, Celia Jaspers Shares Her Experience Working During the Pandemic
Celia Jaspers, an accomplished New Zealand-based director, has been working in the film and television industry that has had much less interruption during the COVID-19 pandemic. One of her most recent projects includes Milk, a short film about kindness that she wrote and directed.
Published on Monday, March 1, 2021 10:00 AM
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