A Focus on Collaboration – Why It’s Important

**Note: I am not an expert — these are just my opinions on collaboration. I will also be focusing on how it relates to film making and will provide some real world examples. Comments are encouraged :)** Collaboration is the Key to Success By Preston Kanak Collaboration is the key to success in virtually every […]

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Vimeo’s New Music Service

Philip: This is simply brilliant. The selection on music is outstanding, the quality is, for the most part, too. The pricing is completely affordable ranging from free with creative commons, to a couple of dollars for personal use to around $100 for a commercial license. Just from my browsing of the store I found some […]

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Final Cut Pro X Update and 30 Day Trial

Baby Steps or Big Leap Forward? By Preston Kanak Yesterday, Apple released it’s first major update for FCPX, one of the most controversial editing programs since my start in filmmaking. Apple has also introduced a 30-day trial for new users, something I think should have been available since its release. What does this mean for […]

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Canon DSLRs: some of the best picture profiles out there

    Philip: I haven’t used the new “Cinema” picture profile, yet,  but Preston has and he has written this post looking at it and other ones he likes. Canon DSLR’s: My favourite Picture Profiles by Preston Kanak Introduction With the introduction of the new Cinema Picture Profile, I wanted to do a quick post […]

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A Guide to Filming in the Wilderness

Disclaimer: Apologies for the length of this article. I will be spending a substantial amount of time discussing camping in the outdoors so feel free to jump below to specific sections of this post! I will highlight the sections that deal specifically with the filming aspect. PREFACE I’ve always enjoyed the outdoors. Growing up, my […]

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