Archive for the ‘DSLR filmmaking’ Category

JUNIP – In Every Direction. Live at the Filling Station, Bozeman, MT

Recorded live at the Filling Station in Bozeman, MT. April 30, 2011.

A big thanks to Jose Gonzalez, Dana Wachs, The Filling Station, and Yes Know Management.

Produced by TropicoFILMS + colorBURN

Categories: DSLR filmmaking, Videos

Updates from Adobe: Lightroom 3.4 and ACR 6.4

As usual, Adobe is updating their software to match with the latest developments from Canon.

The following link has all the links for the specific updates that you may need.



L a C a r n i c e r í a – T h e B u t c h e r s h o p

For all the meat lovers and vegetarians!

Enjoy this first co-production between and Filmed at “Mercado Nuevo”, Mompox, Colombia.

Categories: DSLR filmmaking, POV, Videos

University of Michigan – Program in Biomedical Sciences (PIBS) Web Series

February 9, 2011 Leave a comment

Thanks to ColorBURN productions and Devon Riter for inviting me to participate in this great web series project. The four chapters in the series are part of  a media campaign to show future University of Michigan students what is like to be a PIBS students. These promotional documentaries were shot with the Canon 7D and the T2i and EF Canon Lenses.


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ZOOM H4n Firmware Update: recording level of INPUT 1 and 2 can be set individually.

December 1, 2010 1 comment

Thanks to this firmware update we’ll be able to set the levels of the XLR inputs 1 and 2 individually. So far we had used a 10dB atenuator to be able to run a ‘hot’ and a ‘cold’ channel. Follow this link to go to the download page. The ZOOM H4n is finally a great digital audio recorder for DSLR filmmakers.


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Canon 60D HD Video Review and Nikon D7000 Comparison

November 9, 2010 Leave a comment

Two interesting videos reviewing and comparing the HD video capabilities of the Canon 60D and the Nikon D7000. Judge and make your decision.

Categories: DSLR filmmaking

DSLR Filmmaking Accesories: a visual guide.

October 13, 2010 Leave a comment

Calumet Photo published this really good visual guide on the “Anatomy of an HDSLR Rig”.

Categories: DSLR filmmaking, Useful