Hollyland Lark Max Review

Hollyland sent over their Lark Max for me to review! It’s a great little two transmitter wireless package that I’ve found a whole lot of different uses for. If you’re in the market for a wireless microphone use my affiliate link below to pick up your own Hollyland Lark Max: https://amzn.to/49Z2gPq Hollyland Lavs (pair) https://amzn.to/4a1r2OP […]

Shooting Multicam as a Solo Filmmaker

Let’s dive into how to approach multicamera event shoots as a solo shooter or as a small team.

Flavors of Time (48 Hour Film Project)

Here’s a 48 Hour AI Film Project I directed!

What Frame Rate is Needed to Simulate Reality

Last time I talked about the frame of the human eye – this time I tackle the frame rate needed to completely eliminate all the artifacts associated with discrete frame rates. The number is a lot higher than anything currently available!

What is a Normal Lens

Everyone always talks about being normal but no one defines it. You might be thinking it’s the focal length equal to the diagonal of the image but it’s a bit more subjective than that. Let’s dive into the real definition of what it means to be a Normal Lens. Filmmaker IQ Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/FilmmakerIQ

I Watched Babylon and I hated it…

I thought maybe this time Damien Chazelle would deliver something I could love. Then an elephant took a shit on the camera lens. And that’s just the first two minutes.

The History of 20th Century Fox | THE STUDIOS

From Zanuck to Cinemascope, Cleopatra to Century City, Repurt Murdoch to Mickey Mouse – this is the story of one of the most enduring Hollywood Studios around: 20th Century Fox.

Why You Don’t Need to Record in 32 Bit Float….

They say recording 32 bit floating point is a game changer – but that’s only if you didn’t know how to play the game in the first place. I’m not saying it’s not cool but your old 24 bit recorder is plenty capable and I’ll show you how. *** Error – I said 2^32 is […]

What is the Optimal Sampling Rate for Audio? (It’s All About the Aliasing)

Honestly, I don’t actually answer the question in the video. I give some reasons why some engineers say it’s 60 kHz – but that’s about it. What I do cover is Aliasing spurred on by a very interesting question about being the hear the difference between Sine Waves and Square Waves. Sorry for all the […]