It’s a bit late but here’s another installment! Welcome back folks for another exciting season of Cinematic Arts student at the Columbus College of Art and Design and here’s your host, Jake Bova! I really hope there’s a crowd somewhere clapping and cheering with the enthusiasm of a teenage girl at a One Direction concert. … Continue reading Back in Action.
He’s back folks, your’s truly, the doctor himself, DR. FELIX BROWNS MD. And this time he’s back with a vengeance- selling you an amazing product. Ever needed a helping hand? Assistance? A plus one? No longer will these problems trouble you now that the Andy Cloner is here! Yeah we have taken a short break … Continue reading The Andy Cloner
Emmitt Whistle has finally been shot… for the most part. We’re done with major production and all the tough shoots and scheduled days are gone and out of the way but there are still reshoots and pick-ups that need to be done. Still that’s not bad at all, that’s pretty solid, especially for a piece … Continue reading Shooting Emmitt Whistle Part 5.
Week two on set at The Tragedy at Emmitt Whistle’s. Spirits are low but morale is high despite chilled polar winds and low rations. A peregrine falcon signals the start of our day as we trudge through our work. The first snowfall of the season falls gently upon the set. The generators are failing. Light is dying … Continue reading Shooting Emmitt Whistle Part 4.
This week the Emmitt Whistle crew took some time to have a jam sesh with Travis Red from Red Digital Cinema Camera Company. He met with us to go over all the secret tips and tricks surrounding our two primary cameras, the RED Scarlet and RED Dragon. From ISO settings to wireless cellular remotes we … Continue reading Shooting Emmitt Whistle Part 3.