Category: Production

Olympus M.Zuiko 40-150mm Micro 4/3 Lens Review

In this episode I do a review of the Olympus M.Zuiko 40-150mm micro 4/3 lens. Amazon US (Affiliate Link): http://amzn.to/2zAPiJP Amazon Canada (Affiliate Link): http://amzn.to/2hvtDvO

How to Do a Proper Green Screen Setup

In this video I’ll show you how I did my green screen setup for my feature film Project: Eugenics. You will need the following: Three Lights Green Screen Backdrop A 10′ by 20′ Room

Shooting a Feature Film with The BMPCC

In this video I talk about my experiences shooting my feature film Project: Eugenics exclusively on the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera. So far I have completed 3 shooting days. I will talk about the following: SD Cards Lenses Battery Life Setup

How to Create Film Blood

I recently took part in the 24 Hour Film Race, which is a competition where you have 24 hours to write, shoot and edit a 4-minute film. I decided to do a horror film, so I needed some film blood. I needed something quick and cheap. This is what I used. Recipe 12-16 oz of white …

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How to Write, Shoot & Edit a Film in 24 Hours

If you’ve ever wondered if it’s possible to write, shoot and edit a film in 24 hours, the answer is YES! This past weekend (May 30th – 31st) I took part in the 24 Hour Film Race. It’s a competition where you have 24 hours to do exactly that, write an original script, with a …

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How To Record Audio For Film Without Crew

If you are in the middle of planing your film project and are stressed out because you don’t have enough crew members, I am here to tell you to not worry. I know, I know, easier said than done. I know it may seem overwhelming at first, trust me been there. You start thinking about …

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Shooting Inside a Car

If you need to shoot a scene inside of a car and you think that you need all kinds of fancy gear, such as a process trailer or sound stage, to make it work, think again. You might already own all the necessary technology needed to shoot an entire scene inside of a car that …

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Dolly Track For The Low to No-Budget Filmmaker (Video)

Dolly Track For The Low to No-Budget Filmmaker

If you are getting ready to shoot a low to no-budget film project one thing that always adds more production quality are dolly shots. Dolly shots are shots where the camera moves smoothly from one side to the other or are used to move forward or move back. These shots are constantly being used in …

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Six Important Steps When Shooting a Feature Film

In July of 2012 I started production on my first feature film and with a budget of $4000 (which includes the cost of the camera) I was able to shoot an 85 minute film. Filmmaking used to be for the elite. It certainly wasn’t for the average person because, even if you knew what you …

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