Three simple tips to guarantee make your Drone footage easily better.
I fly drones. It's something I love doing, and as a filmmaker I find that they are fantastic tools for storytelling. My particular temptation is probably using them in ways they were not intended to be used, mainly flying through things like doors, windows, and tree branches. I like the way it makes a shot look... Continue Reading →
If you want to know what the best settings are for your gopro for capturing beautiful drone footage, well here is the step-by-step.
One day earlier this year I got a little phone call from a man by the name of Joel Soisson. "Hi. This is Joel Soisson." Who the hell was Joel Soisson? Well, if you know how to Google (or click a hyperlink you lazy bum) you would quickly find out he is the producer of... Continue Reading →
This year I had the pleasure of going to Thailand on a film shoot (The Buffalo Rider - watch for it in theaters) and on the tail end of the shoot hit up the wee island of Koh Phi Phi for a little R&R and sun worship. Of course it took me about 6 minutes... Continue Reading →
So I would be remiss if I didn't mention anything about drones at this point, since, it's basically the reason this trip is happening. Here is the internet famous film that got it all going... When DJI first came out with the original Phantom Quadrocopter, I bought it in a heartbeat. I mean, it was basically... Continue Reading →