Director and Visual FX Artist
Filmmaker and Video Artist Adam Badlotto has been featured on Ovation TV, PBS Reel 13, Ain't It Cool News and and Alt Press.
Works he directed have screened at dozens of film festival worldwide, including the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
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NFS Score 95 (Freshman)
Article Comment – Is Shooting on Film a Viable Option for Indie Filmmakers? Kyle Patrick Alvarez Weighs In 8 years ago
Article Comment – SmallHD Shows Off the Sidefinder, a Versatile 2-in-1 Monitor/EVF8 years ago
Was just about to say how interesting it would be to compare this to the Blackmagic Video Assist. The Video assist also gives you ProRes and DNxHD recording and its half the price. If the video image matches up to this, then it's a no brainer.
Article Comment – ShareGrid Is Revolutionizing the Way Filmmakers Rent Equipment8 years ago
This is so awesome. I'm absolutely going to rent gear this way. I will probably start renting out my own gear to make a few bucks.
I just shot and edited a film on Super 8. It's playing at this years DC Shorts Film Festival. The total cost to make the film was less than 400 dollars.
I also just took a workshop in eco-processing, where you can use eco-friendly mixtures such as coffee, beer and strawberries to process your film and get really unique results.
Film will always fill a niche that digital simply cannot because digital can only imitate analog.
If you simply want a really clean, high resolution image for most intents and purposes, then digital is surely the way to go.
However there will always be aesthetic characteristics of film that digital will never be able to fully replicate.
The two will exist side by side, just like digital downloads and vinyl co-exist in the music industry. And that's the way it should be.