Keep those cards safe! In this podcast we take a look at the Sandisk SD and CF card case.
Its Monday, so here is another like. Interesting commercial for Gant Rugger.
I just finished clicking the “Back this Project” button for a film called “Man Child” by Ryan Koo of NoFilmSchool.com. I am not saying this to boast, or show off but rather bring something to our attention.
How often do we give to other’s films? For many of you the answer might be often. But for people like me its never, or rarely. Today was the first day I helped back something on kickstarter. I’ve never given before because I thought it had to be something “worthy” of backing, and while I know Koo’s film will be outstanding it got me thinking of all the other stuff out there. Why not back a crappy movie by a noob. Sure it might flop, or suck, but I would be investing in sooo much more than a bad flick. I am helping someone make mistakes, I am giving someone a chance to adapt and learn from those mistakes, I am helping to give someone a chance to exercise and strengthen their creative muscles. Heck, their film might be a hit! I guess the point is to look beyond the pitch video and help someone make and learn more about film. And you never know, you might be supporting the next Spielberg.
I’ve always enjoyed Vincent’s training. He is a very good teacher While most of the time he is pretty intense, in this series on lenses he lets loose a little bit, hangs out at vimeo and dresses up in a viking costume…
Check it out:
A lot of people post all kinds of stuff on the DSLR Video Shooter Facebook page, a lot of it I remove because of relevance. But I was excited to see this simple solution for dealing wind problems related to the built in mic on DSLRs.
From the post:
You might like this – Essential accessory for zero budget film making – eradicate wind noise from the built in mic now with Micromuff.
Jump over to micromuff.com to learn more and get yours.