Behind the scenes Part 1 of my recent Spiderman and Sony NEX collaboration.
I just finished up a collaboration with the upcoming film The Amazing Spiderman and Sony’s NEX cameras. I shot this entire ad with the little NEX 5n camera. Users can submit themselves to be a part of the mural online (link below). Pretty cool. Check out the website and also the behind-scenes-videos below!
Behind the scenes Part 2 of my recent Spiderman and Sony NEX collaboration.
If you watch just about any movie or television show today – there’s a high probability that at least one green screen shot is part of that production. The quality of green screen and CGI environments have gotten to be so good – that’s it often tough to argue against the economics of using the technique. In fact, while …read more
Unless you’re new here, you know how much love I have for music AND what an important role I think it plays in not just our creative professions, but in our culture at large. So I view it as my privilege duty to share with you good music when I can. To that end, you will not want to miss …read more
Whether you caught the LIVE show or missed it, I recommend pressing play on the #cjLIVE rewatch video above. You’ll see why it was one of the most popular shows we’ve run. More than just funny and talented, Kawasaki is a fountain of knowledge on lofty topics like branding, marketing, and vision–down to really specific, actionable checklists for getting your …read more
For years now I’ve been asked what books I would recommend to people interest in learning more about filmmaking out there. Many of the people who ask me are photographers moving into motion, DPs moving into directing, as well as every day people moving into some aspect of filmmaking, screenwriting and/or directing. So here you go! …read more
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, we’ve all heard of the 365 day projects – where a photographer takes a photo of something in their life every day for a year. (You might also have been living under a rock if you missed my new “Emerging Talent” series announcement…). With 365 projects – not unlike new years resolutions …read more
Might have caught this earlier, but here’s a fascinating look at iconic portraits that were originally shot in black and white that have since been colorized in Photoshop. Normally, I don’t fall for this stuff, but this is incredibly elegant I’d say. Seeing Abraham Lincoln in color just seems to make him more a little more “real”. Same …read more