Uncommon Enemies

A comedy/horror film I co-produced and worked on as the Director of Photography shot with the Sony F55 camera. Starring Michael Cram, Melanie Scrofano, James Gangl, and AJ Vaage. Written & Directed by Alex Hatz.

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The Sony F55 "teleprompted"

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I test the new center scan mode for using super 16mm lenses on the Sony F55

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"Imagery is my life and life is something beautiful"

I offer a wide range of services:

Film Production

Complete fully kitted out Sony PMW-F55 4K camera, prime lenses, lighting packages, camera support, and production equipment including jib arm, dolly, Steadicam… and more.


Experienced with lighting designs, assembling and managing film crews to meet the demanding visual needs for cinematic film-style commercial, TV and film productions.


Post Production

From editing suites featuring Sony Vegas, Adobe Premiere, and Final Cut Pro X to advanced color correction using the world’s most advanced color grading system DaVinci Resolve.

FS5 / FS7 / F5/55 Paper Differences


The PXW-FS5 is the newest super35mm camera being added to the Sony lineup of F-series PXW and PMW (CineAlta) cameras. Below is a full summary of the differences between models as you go down from the PMW-F55 camera. Prices will be summarized at the end again. The differences between the F5/F55 are: – silver FZ mount ring on F55 – …

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Reasons to shoot 4K if you’re an indie filmmaker


There are some really good arguments out there about why you don’t need to shoot in 4K (or even higher resolutions) and most arguments are easily augmented by motion picture camera manufacturer ARRI who for the last 10 years has felt 2K acquisition as adequate for their digital cinema camera line. As someone who does a lot of post production …

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Version 7 firmware F5/F55


Announced on September 9th, Sony has released version 7 firmware for the Sony PMW-F5 and PMW-F55 cameras. Incase you haven’t heard about it yet the major features include Quick Menu Access capability from the outside facing panel, a new color space for Custom Mode, and new proxy options. The quick menu allows menu access without the use of an external …

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Adding Film grain in Resolve

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For those looking to add film grain in Davinci Resolve there are probably at least three ways I can think of doing this off the top of my head but for today I wanted to share a method using a 35mm film grain scan combined with a NODE and EXTERNAL MATTE which can offer a lot of flexibility and advantages. …

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