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Shooting Log on an iPhone? Yep. June 15 2017, 0 Comments

Although we work in professional filmmaking and use high-end camera gear routinely, we still love the fact that today you can shoot really amazing stuff on your phone.

And now, you can even shoot Log. On your iPhone. And, it really looks pretty darn good.

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Do Cameras Still Matter? December 05 2016, 0 Comments

Our previous blog post looked at the idea of whether movies still matter... read it here to see what we talked about (along with a great article from Wired Magazine).

So now in a similar sounding vein, but actually completely different - we wonder, do cameras still matter?

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Do Movies Still Matter? September 06 2016, 0 Comments

We recently read an interesting article in Wired Magazine called, "Could This Be the Year Movies Stopped Mattering?". The premise: Movies today are more ephemeral than ever and with so many other ways to consume quality content do they really matter to popular culture anymore. 

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Shooting Action Scenes in Movies June 16 2016, 0 Comments

Do you watch Film Riot on YouTube? If so, you might have noticed it's "Action Month" over there. If you don't watch their show you are missing out on some pretty fascinating work, especially recently.

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Some Very Effective Visual Effects March 17 2016, 1 Comment

Check out this (very) short film to see what we think are some very effective visual effects...

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'Deadpool' Camera Shake Presets February 22 2016, 0 Comments

We love it when big time Hollywood techniques are made available to everyday (indie) filmmakers... And If you edit in Premiere Pro that is the case with this.

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Practical FX Return to Hollywood? February 02 2016, 0 Comments

A recent New Yorker article titled, "Hollywood's Turn Against Digital Effects", has gotten some traction among cinephiles online.

At the top of the article a caption to a production still from Mad Max: Fury Road reads, "Thanks to films like “Mad Max: Fury Road” and “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” elaborate C.G.I. is out and old-fashioned practical effects are in."

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