For the past few weeks woodchips, sizable ones, have been appearing daily on our patio. They’re there every morning as I make my way to the studio, no signs of their origin.
Today, I found the culprit.
About 18″ in length, the Pileated Woodpecker is the largest woodpecker in North America. This one [...]
In previous posts I covered getting the C300′s MXF files into your computer to begin work within NLE’s but what if you need to quickly get many clips to a client for review? The MXF format is not native to many operating systems and the footage needs to remain within its captured file [...]
Apple just released the Safari 6.0 update for Lion (10.7).
The good news is that it looks like it does away with the annoying animation whereby new web pages often fly in from the corners of the browser window.
The get-used-to-it news is that the search window is gone, now it is integrated into the [...]
Me, age 12, full head of hair, and co-starring in a film by Michael Caulton.
I’m the second robber (striped jacket, white sneakers.)
A little slapstick never hurt, eh?…
How do you fit an event space for 150 people, six classrooms, and a full-size catering kitchen between a church and a parish house while meeting floodplain and wetlands restrictions (a river borders one edge of the property,) registered historic district requirements, and multiple easements? With ingenuity and not too many parallel lines.
The restrictions, [...]
A great movie by Benh Zeitlin, who has since gone on to make Beasts of the Southern Wild.
If you spend too much time on photography and cinematography blogs, if you read the latest in camera reviews and pixel peep, this will [...]
Canon C300 footage requires that it remain in the same folder structure as the CompactFlash cards it was recorded on in order for it to be accessible to NLEs. You can work right off of a CF card but you are best served backing up the card first so that you have something to work [...]
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