5 Favorite Filmmaker Tools

Pictured above: Steadicam. Photo by Jakob Owens, Filmmaker and Photographer. LA/PHX. Instagram: @JakobOwens
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Mirrors and various reflective surfaces are very useful both as creating interest in the frame, and as instruments for extracting more from the set and lighting.”
~Shahar Reznik, Director of Photography

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My GPI PRO 2 rig for steadicam work.”
~Jerry Franck, Camera/Steadicam Operator

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“I like a lot of tools, but I don’t believe I’d be nearly as successful without my XDCAM EX-1, Glidecam X-10 system, and Final Cut Studio…”
~David Kartsonis, Director of Photography

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“My favorite tool is Final Cut Pro because it helps make my workflow so much easier, and even someone who just started out in this business like me can make any project large or small become a true reality.”
~Daniel Hoyos, Editor

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“My favorite one is Aaton Minima 1 mm camera. Ideal for my steadycam, small and lightweight, compact and even looks good.”
~Mark Kiss, Cinematographer / Steadycam Operator

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5 Favorite Filmmaker Tools

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