MBA background and worked in LA but now resides in Cleveland, Wu is an multiple awards winning filmmaker enjoying making noise.
We did a web series and while it is not as big as popularity as others. It did get some attention and viewership. It also gave us opprtotunty to be shown at sci-fi conventions, comic cons and festivals. The series is a Doctor Who Fan Film called. T. R. A. C. E.
It’s been three years now and currently working on a feature martial arts comedy musical so my time been limited in continuing promoting it.
We may revisit the series in the near future and do a 2nd season. But year it was hard lol
The debate started earlier on via Reddit back with gh4 and then eoshd it got a huge argument at then end someone did confirmed that you can't get 10bit by downsizing.
I shoot 4k because my sales agent tell me so and it also makes the buyers to be more interested in my film when it is shot in 4k and they pays slightly more for that.
Now if the final clip is for DVD or just bluray downsizing to 1080 would still looks better from 4k
I have a Gudsen Mini-C phone gimbal and been using it for a year now. It's cheaper than the dji Osmo and does a better job with more features. One of the cool gadget to have.
Arthur is a great guy if you know him, he volunteers a lot and help with our festival (Cleveland Asian Festival) as long as attending our monthly indie filmmakers' group. Very shy at first until you get to talk to him, and very open minded person :)
Looks cool. Except the gif above. The one using the gimbal version intentional snaps his wrist. Nota true comparison.
One thing I learned also is to slow down when in production. Don't rush and put a lot of scenes into a day's shoot. This may add additional filming days but your content wouldn't suffer. Give some breathing room and consider setup times at each location.
For me I enjoy filmmaking process and always make films that would challenge us. Our next project is a martial arts comedy musical :) the learning process is a bit different.