We had a blast at our second event of January 2017, with RED Digital Cinema rep James Lucarelli. James brought down a bunch of cameras for us to get our hands on, answering all of our questions along the way. https://youtu.be/JfMCvcd8k_Q RED cameras are some of the best in
Our first event of 2017 was awesome, thanks to all of you that made it out! We had a great time talking about lighting basics to a group of the almost 30 creatives who attended. We covered the different kinds of lighting instruments and their fundamental features, like color
James Lucarelli of Red Digital Cinema will be here to show us some of their latest technology and talk about his passion for film making. This is your chance to learn about and play with a RED Cinema Camera. For Free! James will be there to answer your
Let's talk light! We've been on a little hiatus with our Hawaii Shoots events, so we've decided to roll into 2017 with a basic lighting tutorial workshop at our new home in the Homer Maxey building of FTZ9. We'll discuss lighting solutions for a wide range of budgets and
We're stoked to present this month's Hawaii Shoots event in a new spot! We're hanging with our friends from Brain Eye Creative to celebrate the soft launch of their newest agency space in collaboration with Howard Hughes and Ward Village, called "Brain Eye Labs." Bring your business cards and mix
It's one thing to please your client, but another thing to please a fellow colleague in your industry. Especially when that somebody happens to have been in business five times longer than you have...and if that somebody has big name coorporate clients...and if that somebody has the latest and greatest equipment that
Say Aloha to Adobe Studio’s creative team, in town to profile one of Hawaii’s next-generation creatives. Each week, Adobe Inspire Magazine features innovative artists and shines a spotlight on creative work in photography, design, video, illustration, and more.
For our first event of 2015 we’ll be shooting a marketing video for Etched Aloha and you're invited to tag along. Whether you just picked up your first camera or are a long time production veteran, it’s always good to get back to the basics. We’ll go through lighting our