Cliff and Petter talk all about Star Wars: The Force Awakens – fan expectations and cinematic relevance. This isn’t a review – so there’s no spoilers. Also: they make fun of Brandon for thinking Star Wars is stupid. Follow Amazing Studios: Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/amazingstudiosinc/ Twitter – https://twitter.com/amazingstudios1 YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcGqTt9bpcAE4Xfl-RacCSQ Medium – https://medium.com/nothing-short-of-amazing
Hey folks – Cliff and Peter are finally back! They’ll catch you up with everything that’s been happening at the studio – and three huge projects. Cliff talks about Spectre and Peter talks about Pulp Fiction. Follow Amazing Studios: Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/amazingstudiosinc/ Twitter – https://twitter.com/amazingstudios1 YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcGqTt9bpcAE4Xfl-RacCSQ Medium – https://medium.com/nothing-short-of-amazing
This blog is the second post of a four-part series, where I talk about what goes into creating a song from scratch. To read the previous article, click here. Composition Like I said in the last post, my dad’s a chef. As a kid, I bugged him to teach me
Cliff and Peter discuss the experience of going to see a movie at the theater – as opposed to watching it on your phone, tablet or television. Cliff talks about Black Mirror, a BBC anthology series, and Peter talks about Beasts of No Nation by Netflix. Beasts of No Nation
Cliff and Peter welcome Amazing Studios animator, Jeremiah to talk about horror films. We discuss the merits of horror as a genre, its most famous auteurs and why Jeremiah believes it’s the greatest kind of filmmaking. Cliff talks about Steve Jobs and Peter looks back at Moneyball. Check out Jeremiah’s
[cols] [col class=”2/3″] VERTICAL VIDEO If you work in video production or any creative business, you most likely look at vertical video like a dirty stray cat. By that I mean, you still recognize it’s a cat/video, but you’re not sure if you should touch it or not. Well, I
Video production can be easy. It really can. But video production that’s easy is rarely any good. It’s much, much easier to make a bad video. Just to make it even easier for you, I’ve listed the four things you can do to insure that your next video production ends
Cliff and Peter discuss color theory as it applies to film and video color grading. They provide tips and techniques they use for color grading and the programs and plug-ins they use to achieve the perfect look.
Part One: Inspiration One thing you need to know about me is that I love to cook. I grew up with a chef for a dad, and I spent a lot of time in the kitchen watching him craft delicious meals. One of our favorite things is calling each other
After wrapping production on music video for Transit, a vocal band, Cliff and Peter sit down to discuss the project. What went wrong? What went right? What’s that smell?