Hi! So i’m all ambitios and all and have launched a campaign on indiegogo. It’s simply put a product that helps filmmakers make videos easier. Who doesn’t want things to be easier. It’s pretty simple. Maybe this video will inspire you, and help you understand what it does. Camera Lock Plate from Camera Lock Plate … Read more
I recently got to work on a project that required slow motion video and also needed the use of a steadycam in almost all the shots. There are quite a few new cameras out there now that are capable of shooting faster than 60P slowmotion video. Cameras for all budgets They say the camera doesn’t … Read more
I recently got involved in a short film project that required shooting with a Steadycam. Johannes Stromme my good friend and steady-cam operator. The plan My first thought was to get my hands on a full steadycam. My friend lent me his Glidecam 4000HD and full body brace and arm. Good start. I was on a shoot … Read more
Feistein lighthouse lies on an island just off the coast of the eastern norwegian coastline. A picturesque area more commonly referred to as Jæren. The shallow waters around the rocky island are a perilous area for seafaring ships and the lighthouse provides a guiding beacon of light to all bypassing vessels. The lighthouse was contstructed … Read more
It has been a long time in the making. I am proud to present to you: Me or Myself Hpe you like it.
An update on my upcoming short-film: Read the previous blog post. One thing I have learned the hard way while shooting the short film is the real importance of having a storyboard when shooting, for all the scenes, at all times. The script is important, but when working as a director or DP you really … Read more
Hi guys! I have been hard at work the past two weeks. In less than 10 days my biggest and so far (hopefully) best short film is debuting right here on my blog! Heres a screen grab from the editing process. Screen caps: I don’t want to reveal too much of the story, but I can say … Read more