Category Archives: Videography

Canon 5D Mark III announced

Canon has announced the upcoming release of the Canon 5D Mark III the successor to the ever popular 5D Mark II that many film and television crews love to use.  I have two 5D Mark IIs, will today’s announcement prompt … Continue reading

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Pic a Day 123111 Orion

I love timelapse photography, and I love pictures of the night sky.  Earlier in 2011, I had attempted some night time work that didn’t turn out very well. I’ve been doing some reading, video watching, and consulting, and finally went … Continue reading

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REVIEW: F&V Z96 Video Light

As camera gear grows smaller, and the light sensitivity of cameras increases, the need for large bulky light kits are declining to an extent. For the run and gun shooter, having a portable LED light to fill in those dark … Continue reading

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Ask a DV Pro: Jon Carr on Vincent Laforet’s Mobius

If you haven’t seen Mobius (scroll down), then you are missing out on a visual treat.  The short film used Adobe Production Premium CS5.5 in the workflow of the visuals, and tomorrow (Thursday), you can attend an Adobe live event … Continue reading

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How to do an awesome product review (and anger the company at the same time)

So I’ve been working on some ways to get back into reviews, but instead of text based, I want to do them as video shorts.  Of course that means one has to figure out how to make the video interesting … Continue reading

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DIGITAL CINEMA: What wasn’t said

I’ll admit it, I was super excited over the announcement that Canon was set to release a new camera aimed at the film industry. Continue reading

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Editing movies with the iPhone

The one thing I wanted to really test was the video and iMovie capabilities of the iPhone. I know others have had about a year to do this stuff themselves, but as someone who has spent a decade plus editing on both linear and non-linear editing systems, I wanted to see how this system stacked up. Continue reading

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