I want this, this has BOSS written all over it.

I want this, this has BOSS written all over it.

Sooooo Fucking Awesome! 16mm digital camcorder, for around 3K, so down! Only 800 ASA, but who cares!

Sooooo Fucking Awesome! 16mm digital camcorder, for around 3K, so down! Only 800 ASA, but who cares!

Support the anti-SOPA movement

Copyright infringement is a serious thing. As an artist I don’t want people stealing my work. But then again I also want a toilet made of solid gold encrusted with diamonds. We can’t always get what we want, there will always be a level of forgery and copyright infringement in any industry —the problem is maintaining a balance to counteract it while preserving the freedoms of everybody else. The SOPA legislation is a badly written horrible piece of legislation that is being pushed through congress in order to afford big companies more power over you; while doing very little to actually stop copyright infringement. 

write a letter to congress or send an e-mail to a company that supports SOPA and let them know you care about your freedoms.

List of supporters of

SOPA: http://judiciary.house.gov/issues/Rouge%20Websites/SOPA%20Supporters.pdf

Ma first digital matte painting. Did it with ma latest wacom tablet! :D

Ma first digital matte painting. Did it with ma latest wacom tablet! :D

Working with Carl Zeiss glass, Canon 7D, and a RedRock micro rig. The new CP line by Carl Zeiss is simply amazing. Since the lenses are all prime you get tac sharp images with a metal un-clicked housing. pulling focus or changing the aperture is a breeze on these things. Only problem I see with these things is their price. Each lens costs as much as the camera and if you are using a 7D to film with are you really the type to be in the market for a 3k cinema lens? The one thing I have to say is that the canon 7D is a complete waste of money in my opinion. It has the exact same specs as the 60D including the same sensor. So why so much? You pay for the alloy body and rugged casing. But then again if you are a professional photographer that needs that type of quality build then you should be working with a 5D or 1D either way. even as a secondary camera the 60D would work just as well. For film work the 7D was average and best. In all honesty im thinking of going with a 60D next time we have a film to shoot. Now, i say this about the Mark II. I am holding out for the Mark III, because if they can fix the moire problems, the rolling shutter problem and give the 7D higher dynamic range it can def compete toe to toe with bigger more expensive cameras! Fingers crossed!

Working with Carl Zeiss glass, Canon 7D, and a RedRock micro rig. The new CP line by Carl Zeiss is simply amazing. Since the lenses are all prime you get tac sharp images with a metal un-clicked housing. pulling focus or changing the aperture is a breeze on these things. Only problem I see with these things is their price. Each lens costs as much as the camera and if you are using a 7D to film with are you really the type to be in the market for a 3k cinema lens? The one thing I have to say is that the canon 7D is a complete waste of money in my opinion. It has the exact same specs as the 60D including the same sensor. So why so much? You pay for the alloy body and rugged casing. But then again if you are a professional photographer that needs that type of quality build then you should be working with a 5D or 1D either way. even as a secondary camera the 60D would work just as well. For film work the 7D was average and best. In all honesty im thinking of going with a 60D next time we have a film to shoot. Now, i say this about the Mark II. I am holding out for the Mark III, because if they can fix the moire problems, the rolling shutter problem and give the 7D higher dynamic range it can def compete toe to toe with bigger more expensive cameras! Fingers crossed!

ahh it’s so awesome, I need one of these… ok well i just want one :)

Awesome animated video. Really like the music and style of it!

If you are interested in photography make sure to peep out this web site, has a lot of info for more advanced users who are really interested in lenses and cameras.

Awesome sauce! 

Learn cool tips for workflows!

You can start right here: http://www.dpbestflow.org/

The best practices and workflows for a lot of departments in the digital arts industry. The website has a lot of general information that can serve most ppl working with digital media. Learn about color, sensors, and hard drives, plus a lot of underlying fundamentals every pro needs to know. Also, it has cool charts and pretty pictures :D