When I was a teenager I decided I wanted to become a filmmaker. I often forget, but when I was even younger I had dreamed of designing board games for a living. This idea had almost entirely left my realm of creativity as I grew up and focused more and more on video/photography work, until: my friends Bud & Courtney started to have us over for board game nights. Bud taught us all to play Magic the Gathering and this really fun game called Betrayal at House on the Hill; those games sparked my creative juices and after a few sessions I was fiendishly researching my possibilities.
There has been a lot of buzz the last few months about the recently released Panasonic GH4camera. Every blog seems to be reviewing the camera, and I am yet to hear of many negative reviews. Having shot Blue Card Web Series and most of my recent work on Panasonic's GH2, I was incredibly excited about what the newer generation camera was offering for a seemingly unrealistically low price point.
I have gotten to use the camera on multiple occasions while working with Attempt Pictures during the last few weeks. Attempt Pictures owns (and rents) a GH4 kit featuring Canon FD lenses.