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Our new friends over at Trunk Films sent us a write up on their short film Highlands to Himalayas. The film chronicles the preparations of 23-year-old Steve Green in his attempts to climb Mount Everest. Read on…
As mentioned earlier this is Canon Europe’s first official Canon 5D Mark II video with the firmware update for 24p and 25p as well as other added features (like audio level metering & histrogram). We were able to locate it on YouTube. Enjoy!!!
Only a week out now for the firmware update adding 24p/25p to the Canon 5D Mark II and we found this behind the scenes making of the first video shot with the 24p firmware update by Canon Europe as well as the link to the film “I Love My Friends.” Read on…
So I discovered snowboarder and extreme winter sports filmmaker Parker Cross through a mutual friend, (thanks Aaron ). He gets into the Utah back country with his pals to produce awesome snowboard podcasts. His latest “Down to Earth” is the one we’re featuring today. He shares with us in his production write-up what tools and techniques are needed to film extreme winter sports in the back country. Read on.
Landis Fields and his team of colleagues have shared with us this excellent production write-up on a piece featuring cyclist Pete Billington. If this video doesn’t get you pumped about cycling and cinematography you better check your pulse. Read on.