Pye and I have gone through many tripods for both stills and video, and we have finally found tripods that are not only durable and reliable, but also affordable
This article isn't about how primes are better than zooms, it's simply about how committing to prime lenses have made me a better photographer.
I spent the weekend with the new Sigma 50mm f/1.4. Read about how much I love it and why I woudn't buy it
In this article I'm going to go over some of the basics in sound recording for video so you'll know exactly what you need and how to approach a scene when it's time to record.
As a photographer I've grown to know exactly how I want a particular session to look, and that's given me the ability to know exactly what gear I need to bring and what I can...
In this article, we're going over 3 rules that Hollywood filmmakers use to create their compositions.
For the photographers and cinematographers who are ambitious with their compositions and critical about their lighting, the RagLite may be a solution to unanswered lighting...
There are times when wildlife steps out of their viscous food chain, and that's when things get fascinating.
We all love the stories like these that turn ordinary characters into heroes, and that's exactly what Nick Woodman became, and eventually created.
How I shot a journalistic portrait of my niece and how I edited the photo.
Tackyshack creates some of the most amazing light paintings we have ever seen.
Where Do You Start?
We live in a technical time of opportunity. For $6,000 you can buy a capable DSLR set up, decent audio equipment, make a movie, and share it with the world...