2017 has been a great thus far. Finished a round of RED 8K Sensor Tests available on YouTube. Also picked up a set of Tokina Cinema Vista Primes for use on my RED Weapon Dragon 8K VV, all T1.5. They are indeed very nice. Also finished a quick round of cinematography workshops with RED and Zeiss in Boston and New York as well as cinema lens workshop over at B&H. What's up next? First up an aerial shoot that will take me out of town for a bit of February, then working diligently on a couple of short form projects and one bigger beast that should be beautiful. Exciting times. If you find yourself browsing the February American Cinematographer Magazine, I'm looking stable after 12 hours of filming.
I primarily make a living shooting motion picture on RED Digital Cinema Cameras and have been working with them heavily for many years now. At NAB 2015 I released the RED DSMC Field Ops Guide in conjunction with RED's Rules of Engagement book. The RED DSMC FOG. is about 60 pages of practical shooting notes for RED Epic and Scarlet cameras featuring the Mysterium-X or Dragon sensors. Some of which is applicable to RED's new Weapon camera as well.
After being heavily involved with contributing to REDuser.net, instructing at REDucation, and instructing international RED workshops in Japan and South Korea it brings me a great deal of pleasure to assist in educating a broader audience in how to create the highest possible image quality out of RED cameras.
The RED DSMC FOG is available in the RED Online Store or in any RED Store location. You can purchase it in a bundled slipcase with the RED Rules of Engagement through the link below.
And is now available a Digital Download Copy here: