I used to think british people are arrogant and snobby (based on the british people I know in my city)... but after getting to know you and Inkquisitive through youtube, I must say you both have completely changed my mind :) thank you so much! Greetings from Switzerland -Selina-
Every time you guys complete an exhibition successfully which i know you will, I genuinely get really happy for you. Even tho I don't know you personally, in some weird way I'm really really proud of what you, ink, Rick, Harjot and priya are doing! You guys are the best team ever!! I believe this is just the beginning. You all just keep being awesome cheesecakes! Much Love from America xx
Well.. This is a bit random. I got a text from a good friend of mine who lives in Canada asking me what I’m doing on the weekend. Confused I replied with nothing. I was then told he’s coming down for a secret project.
Hi guys, if you look at the top of the site there are now new buttons to make it easier for you to check out my work! Please have a browse and comment, let me know what you think. I am ALWAYS open to constructive criticism.
hey I really like your videography as well as cinematography! Its amazing! I was wondering what type of equipment you use? As in lens? Do you use 50mm f1.8? and what about for audio? what mics do you use? and camera? thanks alot! -Veeken-
Hey thanks for getting in touch! I try and use the bare minimum to be honest. Everything I’ve shot has been on various DSRLs mainly the Canon 5D MkII. Lens wise, I’ve used the 24-105 L 4.0, 24-70 L 1.8 and the 50 1.4. Usual rule of thumb is the better the lens the better the film will look. But that doesn’t mean you will get a good film. I’ve seen things shot t2i’s but with the right mixture of composition, lighting and downright awesome story telling they’ve been some epic films. for mics I use a Rode VideoMic with a zoom as a back up. But again its not the equipment you use or even the story you’re filming. Its how you tell that story.