If you watch digital video content through various online video platforms, you would know that television now holds a slim chance in becoming today’s, and the future’s, top media choice. Online video content can be viewed anytime, anywhere, unlike programs that are being broadcasted in TV: scheduled and limited. Television will always be a part… Continue reading Content Creation: Why Choose the Internet Over Television
The Empire State Building is easily one of the most recognizable skyscrapers in the world. The landmark also defines New York City, which is why filmmakers want to show the building whenever they shoot in NYC. However, these iconic films have actually used the majestic tower as plot device: King Kong The 1933 film, as… Continue reading Iconic Films That Featured the Empire State Building
With the recent release and success of DC’s Wonder Woman, female-led movies have been in the talks again. Wonder Woman is poised to be the most successful female-led superhero movie in history. It already broke the record for highest grossing film directed by a woman. While Hollywood is still dominated by male actors and directors,… Continue reading The Four Highest Grossing Films With a Female Lead
One of the things I’m excited about is the release of budget-friendly 360-degree cameras. When it was first introduced on YouTube and Facebook, I wished to find a camera that is compact, easy to use, and affordable. I guess my wish has been granted, as there are now so many models to choose from. If… Continue reading In Full View: A Look At Some Of The Latest 360-Degree Cameras
I’ve always been a visual person, so when it comes to storytelling as I do as a filmmaker, I prefer to “show” more than “tell” people what’s going on. Suffice to say that I have a big appreciation of great cinematography where the images on the screen can add whole new dimension to the script.… Continue reading Cinematographer’s Choice: Visually Stunning Films You Must Watch
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