I shoot mainly with a DSLR rig because it's inexpensive and produces a great image. But lately the market has been flooded with so many new cameras it's hard to know what to invest in. One thing to keep in mind is that cameras on the lower end can still get the job done, as long as you spend your money on the glass. If you put most of your money toward a great lens, the camera body is just there for backup.
It's been a busy first quarter here at Morgan Post. Just finished working on the opening sequence for Intel's ISS conference, among other videos we've done for them. Before that we finished up some gigs with the American Red Cross and Nike. Also, if you haven't seen it already, check out the new facebook page for our new feature documentary, "The Hollow Arm - A Harp Guitar Story", due for release in late 2013. You can even like the page if you feel so inclined.
Glad to once again be working with photographer and friend Daniel Sharp on his next cycling short film. Check out a couple of his earlier films I helped out on:
This past year has pretty much been consumed by one massive project that is finally coming to an end this week. Soon 2013 will be here as will new gigs. This new year marks the beginning of post-production on my first feature film, "The Hollow Arm - A Harp Guitar Story." A documentary all about the harp guitar. I'm very excited about it and it will be awesome to finally see it in feature film form once it's complete. Stay tuned for a teaser trailer soon! Happy Holidays!