Ever since reading Derek Low’s blog post about his cross-country Amtrak trip, Matt & I had talked about doing the same. Last month presented us with a perfect opportunity to give it a go, so we packed our bags, plus a new mirrorless 4k camera, and hit the road > air > rails. DC We flew to DC to begin our trip. […]
When trying to think of something to write about this month, I began to think of all the things I could potentially complain or rant about. I know, that sounds terrible, but those two thoughts are usually a good source of inspiration for me. I started to realize that, while work has been fast-paced lately, […]
This past weekend was one for the books, because, well, the Emmy went to us! When we announced that we were nominated for two Emmys we were hopeful for a win, but definitely not expecting it. We know that we work with some of the most amazing talent in the Southeast but it isn’t every […]
We’ve had the pleasure of working with Scott Lazer, Tim Grant, Ben Premeaux, and much of the crew from the documentary on many occasions. We caught up with them this week to talk about how it all came together. 1. It was almost completely produced by Charlotte talent Not only were Tim Grant (Producer) […]
Priceless Miscellaneous is proud to be nominated for two regional Emmys in this year’s 30th Annual Midsouth Emmy Awards in the Interstitial and Editor/Short Form categories. For the Interstitial nomination, the piece named Zuri, Rosi, and Circle de Luz was made in conjunction with SEED20 and directed by co-founder Matt Tyndall. For the Editor/Short Form […]
This is DJI’s handheld gimbal, which they claim brings silky smooth professional cinema quality stabilization to the masses, not to mention a fun, adventurous lifestyle. I’ve spent a few weeks with the Osmo, and my verdict? Fun and adventurous: yes. Professional: not so much. The sell The day DJI announced the Osmo I watched the […]
Tech like the MōVI from Freefly Systems, the new “One Man Crew” automatic parabolic rails from Redrock Micro, and the awesome innovation happening w/ multicopters in general are inch-by-inch reducing the number of real people and expensive equipment needed on set to pull off great-looking, professional-caliber video.