I always admire the bravery that it takes from filmmakers to take on a project they know will be such an undertaking. Especially when there's so much pre-production before rolling. There's a lot of investing in relationships you have to make beforehand and too often we get stuck in the mind frame of just showing up and showing up and rolling. Thanks for reminding us of what's really important.
I'm nominating "Light Between Two Oceans" for an Oscar right now. The only thing missing from that film to ensure the clinch is if the main character never learned how to read.
It's comforting to know that the soul crushing doubt will never stop :)
I did a small show last year and one of the episodes was a restaurant that only does bacon sandwiches. I love people who obsess over simple things like tacos, beer, and especially sandwiches. Such a crazy world.
Despite some technical issues with the videos, I really think the energy and fun came through, which I would trade over pristine shots any day.
I like that they've offered a cheaper option for those of us that don't need the heavy duty stuff (by which I refer to 4k raw etc). Another plus, UI is the same. I wonder if there's still the same issues around Sony 4k that the Shogun had?
Or at least the option to use smaller batteries with it. Maybe I don't understand the technical aspects of it, but why can't it run on dual F570s like say the Atomos Powerstation?