Though I know Blackmagic, and their three awesome products–Pocket Cinema Camera, Cinema Camera, Cinema 4K Production–I enjoy analyzing how they market them to filmmakers.
Maybe I could add a twist, and use the concept of “cinematic journalism” and apply it to the realm of arts and entertainment, and the subject matter we cover here on Stark Insider.
This Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 is a lens that can go toe-to-toe with the likes of Canon’s famed L series lenses.
3 essential pieces of gear that could up-level the audio quality on your DSLR videos.
For a guy like me things just got a whole lot more interesting. I shoot with Canon EOS for Stark Insider TV.
In 2006 we bought a little plot of land at the Loreto Bay development. It’s one of our favorite locations to shoot Stark Insider travel videos.
Watch this jaw-dropping aerial footage from an octocopter shooting Andrea Blum’s ‘My American Pantry’ regional foods project.
Nashville band And the Giraffe straps a Blackmagic Cinema Camera to the front of a bike, shoots gorgeous music video.
With the 70D you can have your cake and eat it too: you get the benefit of interchangeable lenses for that nice DSLR style look, plus you can follow a subject around and maintain focus without having to struggle to do it manually.
Immediately I wanted to know how. How did he do it? How did he manage to capture such vivid imagery… and, of course, what camera did he use?