This is the best computer for editing video, especially in Premiere Pro. After weeks of research and crunching numbers, this PC build is the best you can get, and all for under $2,000 dollars.
Strange days these days but hey, there's a bright side to everything. In the wake of this COVID madness we've been "gifted" lots of time to spend at home which has yielded some very interesting discoveries. I have one have discovered that I can comfortably edit for 24 hours straight, and consume 2 bottles of... Continue Reading →
https://youtu.be/B3ZunyyHca4 The Coney Island Mermaid parade is by far one of our most favorite parades with colorful (but barely covering) costumes, lots of music, and silly fun. It's also in one of the most unique and weird corners of NYC, Coney Island, which has been restored to its former glory with lots to do, see... Continue Reading →
Last summer, a friend of mine and I won a contest from WOW air to travel the world and make films for them. Half a year later they abruptly cancelled all service. Coincidence? Dear God I hope so. One thing I can say having worked closely with them is that WOW certainly did things differently, for... Continue Reading →
Ok it's not that exciting, but it is a hellovalotta fun. So my friend about two months ago said "clear the night of the 25th. We're going for secret sushi." I did, I forgot about, a chime dinged on my phone about two months later and it said "secret sushi" and I had no idea... Continue Reading →
This is a 13 step guide on how to become youtube famous, a list compiled from the 20 most popular articles online. Great resource on when to release videos, tags, keywords, and tips and tricks all in one place for 2019.
The greatest mistake I ever made. I love adventure. Those who know me or have traveled with me know that I am up for anything. SCUBA, Sky Diving, Spelunking ... you name it. So when I was approached with the possibility to go zip-lining in the Lake Sebu region of the Philippines, I said... Continue Reading →
Some sound advice about screenwriting from some very successful people, that applies to any passion driven desire in life.
I first tried infrared photography in High School on actual celluloid running through my Canon AE-1. The results were...lackluster. It was difficult to load, harder to meter, and almost impossible to develop. Things have changed a lot. I first came across infrared digital photography working with Shawn Angelski who's amazing images had me hooked instantly.... Continue Reading →