Co-Director, Producer and Cinematographer Daniel B. Levin Shoots New Kevin Garnett Documentary

Advice / Tips & Tricks Thursday, November 11, 2021
Co-Director, Producer, and Cinematographer Daniel B. Levin explores the life of NBA basketball legend Kevin Garnett in Kevin Garnett: Anything Is Possible, premiering on Showtime November 12. Levin and his team trusted Canon’s EOS C500 Mark II, EOS C300 Mark II and Sumire Prime lenses to capture intimate interviews with Garnett and those who know him best, uncovering his remarkable career and the progressive moments that defined it. Shooting with Canon’s cameras and lenses in full frame helped Levin achieve character driven interviews and content of Garnett himself that draws the viewer into the narrative.

The 2021 ProductionHUB Gift Guide

Advice / Tips & Tricks Tuesday, November 9, 2021
Here we are, the holiday season is already upon us, which means that it's time for the 2021 ProductionHUB Gift Guide. The Gift Guide is one of our favorite traditions, mixing in some practicality along with those awesome gifts that you (and I) really want and deserve right? There are always a lot of new and exciting things for us production types to check out. Let's get into them!

Producing High Quality Video Content to Uplevel Your Real Estate Business

Advice / Tips & Tricks Monday, November 8, 2021
A real estate professional’s relationship with home buyers should always center around transparency and quality as they embark on a journey to find the perfect home. We all know that the home buying process can sometimes be grueling, and it can take some time to find a home that ticks all the boxes. Meeting with the home buyers, whether in person at an office or open house, is usually the first step. But what happens when real estate professionals can’t meet in person to give a tour of the property they’re looking to sell?

These 5 Tactics Can Help Filmmakers Cut Costs to Stay on Budget

Advice / Tips & Tricks Monday, November 1, 2021
I would be lying if I said that filmmaking wasn't a costly business. In fact, every extra hour spent on set...heck, every minute adds to increased production costs. If we consider that the way shooting goes can't be easily predicted - well, there you have it, a recipe for overspending. Working within the set budget can be incredibly tough, which is something even the most experienced directors are struggling with. And although they can't completely shield themselves from unforeseen expenses, there are a couple of ways filmmakers cut costs to stay on budget. Without further ado, let's take a page out of the pros' book to see how to keep the costs low but the quality high.