A quick frame grab from today’s shoot. I may be late to the party but I’m finding it amazing how much you can do with Redcine x. I haven’t opened Resolve in weeks.
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This past week has been busier than ever. Tuesday through Thursday, I was blessed with the opportunity to work with Jerfilm Productions and Lifetogether in one of the most beautiful locations I’ve ever seen and the biggest production I’ve ever been a part of. We shot at Old Car Heaven in Birmingham, Alabama with 4 Canon C300s, 1 C100, 1 Panasonic DVX200, 2 GH4s, a thirty foot jib… The list goes on and on. It was a truly life changing experience working with professionals that talented amongst millions of dollars worth of classic cars.
It’s funny because recently I worked on a production where the AC power adapter for the camera had to be gaff taped to my leg.
The moral of the story?
When we’re grinding away and pursuing our goals, very rarely do we stop and notice how far we’ve come.
Never stop pushing… You just might be closer than you think.
I fall more and more in love with my RED every time I shoot with it. Here’s some frame grabs from today’s test shoot for director Rob Williams’ upcoming film “Cycles”.
Took a break from the three projects I’m currently in Post Production on to share a frame grab from my upcoming short film “No Rest For The Wicked”. We had to take a break from it for a while and knock some other projects out but I can say confidently Karma is still going strong.