InterviewsWhether it’s our ongoing World Class YouTube series, or our photographer spotlights, our interviews series is here to introduce you to our industry’s up-and-coming and veteran image makers.
Welcome back to another Indie of the Week! We’ve enjoyed putting these posts together to not…
1)How long have you been running seminars like this one?
I’ve been involved in workshop for over 7 years and I’ve been teaching the 2Day workshops for over 2 years.
2)Tell us about the Steadicam Zephyr, Scout and Pilot
Steadicam is fun and exciting tool to expand your range of visual story telling. In my opinion, it’s one of the greatest tool to express how human experience the 3 dimensional space. As the technology improves, we now have various sizes of camera and depending on the market of production, there are various accessories to the camera. 3 models of Steadicam (Zephyr, Scout and Pilot) all address different market segments (Type camera, type of accessory and workflow). Zephyr address more larger cameras like Epic, C300, F55 level cameras with professional lens and accessories. Scout address EX-1/3, HVX-200, fixed lens cameras with moderate accessories. Pilot is designed for DSLR or smaller cameras with some accessories.
Last night’s Gregory Heisler lecture was absolutely tremendous. Gregory spoke about a long, illustrious career,…
Only two days remain till Gregory Heisler gives his lecture at University of Toronto’s Hart House. Do you have your ticket? We were lucky enough to get an exclusive interview with Gregory. We asked him about his illustrious career, his memories of his various subjects and more. So, without further delay, here’s our exclusive interview with Gregory Heisler!
Tell us a bit more about your series A Boxing Child. “A Boxing Child” is…
Meet Sean Walsh Sean Walsh has spent his career pursuing perfect, sharp, in-focus images –…
Ottawa photographer Robert Hawara’s passion for world travel and wildlife have taken him places many…
A Journey Through The Shadows of My Past by Jody Read
A photographers journey to travel Canada and photograph Aboriginal peoples of Canada.
This week’s Indie belongs to Jody Read, a Cree~Metis photographer currently living in Calgary, who plans to travel to all (614) First Nations within Canada, as well as Metis, and Inuit. Photograph (document) their story via images to celebrate and educate others, putting away any negative associations to Aboriginal people.
Jody’s journey is an effort to get to know her country and fellow countrymen better.
To be truthful I hardly know anything about my own heritage, and I can’t imagine I am the only one who feels the same way, not to mention those who are living in those communities, I want to share what they feel through images and educate others that we are a Nation of proud people.
As personal as this journey is for me, it’s also my wish to fill the gaps, to stop the stereotypes & racism. Bring people together of all races, color and religions. Support & celebrate traditions, family values, equality for everyone to empower one another not only to good, but to be good…stop the pain, & respect our differences. Get back to the basics, just love one another!
How did you get your start? My love for sports – particularly mountain biking -…
We’re very fortunate to have had people like Jeremy Benning, csc as a contributor to our blog. Jeremy is a prolific Cinematographer whose work has been seen in a number of films and documentaries, most notably National Geographic Channel’s Killing Lincoln, for which he won an ASC award for TV Movie/Miniseries.
Jeremy took the time to discuss his work and achievements with us, as well as his membership in the CSC and ASC.