Living and working in Hawaii as a video/photographer has its perks, but it also means that we travel constantly as part of our work. Hauling gear through the airport and making weight are top concerns for many of us who want to avoid luggage fees and sore backs but
Learn to light like a cinematographer! In Hawaii, shooting with natural light is a given. Many of us understand how to control natural light to make our subjects pop. With so few photo/video studios around, few of us have had the opportunity to practice lighting within a studio setting.
Ever been out on a hike, and wish you remembered to bring your lens hood? Been on a beach and wanted a lens flare to help sell that epic shot on the shoreline? Maybe you just want to spice up your shot with things you have in your car.
For a while now, the Sony Mirrorless A7 (S+R) line has been crippled by the limited amount of lenses available for native full frame use. Since many Sony shooters were transitioning over from Canon or Nikon, they often opted for 3rd party adapters from Metabones, Fotodiox or other vendors to attach their
We're excited to be in a brand new location for our August Hawaii Shoots Meetup. We'll be checking out the brand new facilities at Sight + Sound Studios in Honolulu. Sight + Sound is Hawaii's premiere Film and Video production rental shop. They're the guys that rent to all
Photo By: Brad Watanabe Over the last few years, Berad Studio has worked closely with Hawaiian Airlines to produce much of their social media video content. In the fall of 2014, director Brad Watanabe teamed up with Hawaiian Airlines' David Kamida to concept an award-winning video campaign for
Hawaii is an amazing place to live if you're passionate about photography. We have heavenly hikes and beautiful beaches, luscious landscapes and fabulous food to share and enjoy with snap of the shutter. Zak Noyle has carved out a career path for himself making him the envy of so
Have you ever heard of Stillmotion's EVO workshop series? The team over at Stillmotion is considering putting on an EVO Oahu workshop and it sounds amazing. Read about our good friend Noelle Herring's experience at EVO Portland 2013.