A short montage of shots I recorded over the summer of 2016 while in New York City. I used a DJI Osmo while riding a bike on the trails around Manhattan island.
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Recently while on the ferry from San Francisco to Sausalito, I used my Beholder MS1 with an RX100-IV to shoot some city skyline and Golden Gate Bridge shots. This was my first time using this gimbal on a moving boat, so I didn’t know what to expect. (more…)
I had the pleasure of visiting San Francisco, California for the first time in October, 2015. One of the main reasons I headed to this left coast city was to add San Francisco to my growing portfolio of stock footage. While San Francisco is already heavily-covered, I wanted to put my special touch on some new stock video shots. (more…)
If you’re a Sony PXW-X70 owner who is wanting to use a LANC zoom controller, you’ve probably realized that for some reason Sony didn’t put a LANC port on this camera. Instead, there’s a USB-style port in it’s place. (more…)
It’s a fact of life that technology is constantly evolving. It may take a wrong turn occasionally, like the 2012 attempt at selling consumers 3D televisions, but the ship always rights itself. And it’s new destination is 4K. (more…)
As you may know, there are many options for recording on your DSLR or other similar camera using the HDMI-out (or SDI, if equipped) to an EXTERNAL recorder. Often, this is beneficial for several reasons. Probably the most important one is that you get a substantial bump-up in quality and have a larger array of more professional codecs to record to. But also you can increase your shooting time since you’re generally recording to SSD drives that can hold much more data than what you can currently buy in smaller-capacity Flash memory cards. (more…)