Dogma 16 No. 2 – A Curious Day at Snooper’s Haven

This is a presentation of my third official short movie produced by Gorilla Film Studios, referred to as No. 2 being the second film adhering to the Dogma 16 manifesto, entitled A Curious Day at Snooper’s Haven. It was recorded, edited, mixed, colour corrected and graded by yours truly. Music by courtesy of POLYNAUT_, used … More Dogma 16 No. 2 – A Curious Day at Snooper’s Haven

Instrumental Protection – Storing my Camera Rig

Having aquired a rig for my Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera for the past few months, both for tripod and shoulder, the need has arosen for a second hard plastic “pelican style” instrument case to store and transport my rig in a safe manner. Yesterday I turned to Clas Ohlson for an affordable purchase. In this … More Instrumental Protection – Storing my Camera Rig

Looking for imperfections – Chromatic Abberations on the LOMO 16 OKS 3-10-1

A commentator was kind enough to point out some chromatic abberations coming from the LOMO 16 OKS 3-10-1 f/2.1 10mm lens, as seen in my Test Movie III: Mirrors. He used one example of a cutout from a window at 0:24 where a blue line on the left and a red line on the right … More Looking for imperfections – Chromatic Abberations on the LOMO 16 OKS 3-10-1

Against High Resolution Large Sensors – Why I prefer to shoot in 2K Super 16

Following the official Blackmagic Forum and unofficial BMCuser forum, I feel that there is to much attention being made on the Blackmagic URSA line of cameras. My qualified guess is that there are a lot more Blackmagic camera users that own and shoot with a Blackmagic Cinema Camera (BMCC), a Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera (BMPCC), … More Against High Resolution Large Sensors – Why I prefer to shoot in 2K Super 16

The illusion of Film – Blending my Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera with Filmstock

I have been told that the closest equivalent of negative filmstock that emulates the image coming from a Blackmagic Cinema Camera, a Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera, or a Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera, that works best for colour grading and matching with these cameras in DaVinci Resolve, is Kodak Vision3 250D 5207 Colour Negative, the successor … More The illusion of Film – Blending my Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera with Filmstock

Eastern Promises – Retrofitting the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera

The Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera is a wonderful and compact digital film camera with a really high bang for the buck factor, the bang being a Super 16 Sensor in Full HD and CinemaDNG RAW codec with 13 stops of dynamic range and 12 bit RGB 4:4:4 colour space. But it has to be remembered … More Eastern Promises – Retrofitting the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera

My first stumbling steps – A Celluloid Love Story

It all started with my horrific re-experience of Tobe Hooper’s The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974) back in the early winter months of 2006. I had bought a good Swedish special digibox edition DVD of that film. I believe that I hadn’t seen the film since my first encounter with it in the early 1980’s as … More My first stumbling steps – A Celluloid Love Story