Archive for May 30, 2014

LENSTOPIA Part III – The Top 5 Lenses for Hasselblad Cameras

In case you haven’t been following the fun, this is the third installment in my Lenstopia series. We kicked off with Canon lenses a few months ago, then followed with Nikon’s top 5. In this edition we’ll be propping up the top 5 lenses for the Hasselblad system — a camera system I love for high-end, high-megapixel studio, fashion,

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How to Capture Creative Gold When You’re at the End of Your Rope — Literally. [Interview with Jimmy Chin]

There are two types of photographers who impress the hell out of me.

One is the wartime photojournalist, who puts his or her life on line to document real stories and images behind the world’s most dangerous conflicts. [I’ve written about it before — Would You Die for a Photo?]. Without their work, truths get lost, and the stakes …

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Road Diary from #DMTour: Directing & Friendship

 Here’s the first post in a potential series on the road, most of these will be related to what we’ve been discussing with attendees on the first 8 stops of the Directing Motion Tour:

Perhaps one of the most difficult things to come to terms with as a director is the fact that your roles is not necessarily to be …

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Check out the new Desert Friends website, Season 2 poster, and…



Check out the new Desert Friends website, Season 2 poster, and documentary!  

www.desertfriends.tv


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Bentley, MōVI & iPhones

 I often tell young filmmakers that the best way to learn the art of directing, is to take their iPhones and go out and shoot a sequence or short.    That way, you won’t focus on the technical restrictions of lenses, camera support etc – you focus only on how you move the camera (and why) the length of each …

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I got to write about the pros/cons of my camera’s on Shot…



I got to write about the pros/cons of my camera’s on Shot Kit! 

http://shotkit.com/dave-hill/


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