Feel like I’ve had a breakthrough with the 5D Mark III on this shoot.
British Prime Minister David Cameron went on a visit to Pinewood studios last week to enjoy the company of his elitist counterparts in the film industry. As part of accepting their generous hospitality, Cameron said that he wants to make more money available for commercially successful filmmakers rather than funding unproven ones.
EOSHD sends his assistant Watson to investigate – who finds a tiny flaw in Cameron’s plot…
Converge have relaunched their website, with tons of fresh DSLR video related content.
Yours truly is extremely honoured to become a guest blogger for Converge. You can read why I am so excited about DSLRs here.
Updated Philip Bloom London meet video now with PHILIP GLASS – ‘RESOURCE’ from the KOYAANISQATSI sound track.
Here is a recut version of my London video shot around Philip Bloom’s meet up over the weekend. Due to a bit of a fuss kicked up by a record label (check out my low-down on the Wendy Carlos copyright issues here) I have had to change the sound track away from A Clockwork Orange.
Last weekend I met the man himself Philip Bloom with which it all began and whom was first to shoot really exciting footage with a DSLR and get the word out. Without his contribution to the DSLR video scene since, would EOSHD.com have existed or been the same? In London I found that the meet up was incredibly enjoyable – great to get to meet lots of like minded people and it was thoroughly good fun. I was also to meet another GH1 shooter – the only one there! If you read this, show me your footage on Vimeo or similar. Would like to see it. I also met a writer-director who appears to have a huge talent. I am very excited at the prospect of being his DP.
Thanks to you, EOSHD.com is growing rapidly and I have some ideas on where to take it in the future I’d like to share with you! But first, I am excited about going to Philip Bloom’s London meet this weekend (14th August). Do come along if you can and talk about DSLRs, and shoot some great footage.