This is my updated list of the most interesting video cameras available in 2015. Each has its advantages and disadvantages, but depending on your needs I’m sure you’ll be able to make the best choice for you. A note to all musicians looking to upgrade their video gear: All of the cameras below only record […]
One of the most frustrating things about the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera is how fast it runs out of power when using the included battery – they literally run less than 30 minutes of shooting time. At first, I ordered a bunch of compatible batteries from Patona, but it gets so annoying when you have […]
I’m very proud to share videos of my entire guitar class at Sežana Music School. We shot the videos last week at the school’s concert hall, both as a reward for the students’ hard work in this school year and to promote my newly established platform for online guitar learning – Guitarise.com. First off, Tenej […]
Reviews and useful articles Philip Bloom’s review Part 1 / Part 2 / Part 3 Black Magic Pocket Camera Review Compared To DSLR and Red Epic by Dave Dugdale Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera: Review Part 2 by Moritz Janisch (must-see!) Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera Review by DSLR Video Shooter (great tips) Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera […]
This is yet another new video with the amazing Karmen Stendler performing a modern, effect-heavy guitar composition by Slovenian composer Uroš Rojko called Chiton. I’m really pleased with how this video turned out. Recorded using Oktava Mk-012 mics w/ MJE-K47H capsules, video shot mostly on Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera with Minolta lenses.
Many of you know that I’ve recently purchased the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera. Although this camera produces an amazing image, recorded in 10-bit ProRes 422 codec in different flavours (422, 422 LT, 422 HQ, 422 Proxy) as well as RAW output with high dynamic range of 13 stops, it is actually much harder to get […]
I’m proud to share this video as it is one of the projects I most enjoyed producing. The video features music by the Renaissance lute player and composer John Dowland, performed beautifully by Jeffrey Thompson, early music star tenor from the United States, as well as Slovenian lutenist Bor Zuljan.
I’ve recently produced three new videos with excellent classical guitarist Jure Cerkovnik featuring music by Regino Sainz de la Maza (Zapateado, Idilio) and François Couperin (Les Barricades Mystérieuses). Enjoy!