Making Waves

MAKING WAVES POSTER

Making Waves – The Art of Cinematic Sound, is an outstanding achievement not only as a stand-alone documentary film, but also as one of the only films that is dedicated solely to the art of sound for film. As we all know, when films started, sound was either done live with musical accompaniment or was […]

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Review: iZotope Dialogue Match

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With Dialogue Match, iZotope has once again created go to technology for post audio professionals. Their RX line is now a very mature product with a dazzling array of audio restoration modules from noise reduction and declicking to technical modules for resampling, releveling and loudness compliance and much more. Insight is, in my humble opinion, […]

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ART OF THE CUT with Kevin Tent, ACE on editing “Peanut Butter Falcon”

Kevin Tent, ACE, has been nominated for an Oscar and numerous ACE Eddie Awards for his work on Election, About Schmidt, Sideways, The Descendants, and Nebraska. He also won an ACE Eddie for The Descendants. Today, Kevin and I discuss his work on in indie film, Peanut Butter Falcon, which he cut on Adobe Premiere. […]

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Art of the Shot: Eric Lin

Recently, I had the opportunity to talk to Eric Lin who is a cinematographer best known for his work on I Smile Back (2015), Equity (2016) and Rudderless (2014). His latest film “My Blind Brother” hit theaters earlier this year and can currently be seen on Video on Demand. The conversation between Eric and myself not […]

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P+S Technik Announces 70-200 1.5x Anamorphic Zoom Lens

At Cine Gear 2016 P+S Technik added a second Cinemascope lens to their repertoire. The New 70-200mm anamorphic zoom will compliment their original anamorphic zoom, the 35-70mm. The new zoom will feature the same interesting flare characteristics and cover full-frame image circles found in the wide zoom already in production. Now, a shooter could, if so desired, […]

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Through The Lens – Ep. 05: @misshattan

In episode 5 of Through the Lens, we profile Natalie Amrossi aka @misshattan who became a photographer while working for a financial institution in NYC. […]

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From Photography To Video Part 1: An Overview

I was recently hired to do post production work on a series of testimonial videos for a start up based in Vancouver. Originally the project was supposed to surround a series of artistically pleasing photo essays featuring users of the client’s product. As to what that product was is of no importance. What matters is […]

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