Shawn Boyd aka Doc Rock schools us on how he got started with YouTube. In this week's episode of "How Do You Shoot That," we go on the road, or more accurately, walk down the street to visit our good friend Doc Rock. His business Etched Aloha, located in
Lighting is finding the best way to accentuate your subject to create an interesting compelling story. In this episode Brad shares practical lighting tips, lighting tools, and budget friendly ways to create a starter lighting kit. For more Hawaii Shoots content check out: http://hawaiishoots.wpengine.com FB+TW: @hawaiishoots and IG: @hawaii_shoots Find out
When your first beginning in the filmmaking industry, figuring out what type of gear to buy can be overwhelming. In today’s podcast Brad Watanabe breaks down the different types of gear that he personally likes to shoot with and shares his professional opinion on what gear you should buy.
Filmmaking can be an extremely difficult career to break into when you don't know anyone in the industry. We chat with Mauna Burgess about how he discovered his niche and hacked his way into a full time job. Find out more about Mauna: @maunaburgess Find out more about Jenn: @jlieu Find
Whether its a 60 minute television show or a feature length documentary, storytelling is the key to any content you watch. In today's episode of How Do You Shoot That, Brad Watanabe talks about the process of storytelling. For more Hawaii Shoots content check out: http://hawaiishoots.wpengine.com FB+TW: @hawaiishoots and IG:
2017 has been a year of video content overload. From personal vlogs and Snapchat stories to Instagram video and Facebook, Vimeo and YouTube Livestreaming, video is where everyone is at. But in a year where video creation was king, voice content and podcasts have made a huge comeback! Podcasts offer one main benefit