El El Frijoles, the documentary I premiered last week, is starting to garner a lot of love.
Planet5d selected El El Frijoles as the film [...]
Canon just announced a long awaited firmware update for the Cinema EOS C300 coming this October. It will not add 1920 x 1080 60p but it will add Push Auto Iris, One-shot AF (both seen in the new C100) and “Shifting Display Location during Magnified Focus Assist.” Put another way, you’ll be able to move [...]
This is not an April Fools post, it is still March 31st, though it *may be one on me for all I know.
I do check my web stats and probably too often. If I happen to see that someone is currently on my site I will look at my Google Analytics Real-Time data to [...]
Over the years, as I have glanced at my web stats, I have seen some surprising things – one example from a few years ago was links to my site from an online photography forum where members were citing some of my images as an example of the Leica look. The images they [...]
Warning: Not so safe for work.
Canon Cinema Primes main competition are Zeiss Compact Primes. The ACS, [...]
I have alluded to this assignment in two prior posts, The End of the Affair and A Peek Behind the Curtain. In early September I had the opportunity to photograph George Bisacca, Paintings Conservator at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
George is one of an extremely small group of specialists worldwide who [...]
Man and Beast, a film by Dante Ariola (Dir) and Jeff Cronenweth (DP). Created at the request of Canon to promote their 4K raw cinema camera, the C500, it tells the story of Panthera founder, Dr. Alan Rabinowitz.
But none of that really matters, just watch the [...]
A great video from Jeff Pinilla, The First 36 Hours, as he shadows a WPIX 11 NYC news crew covering Sandy’s landfall in Broad Channel, Far Rockaway, and Breezy Point in Queens.
The film conveys the power of the storm as well as the dedication of the crew – Arthur Chi’en, Kenton [...]