100 episodios

"Hey Indie Filmmakers" is a weekly podcast about DIY filmmaking, cameras and technology, hosted by documentary filmmaker Griffin Hammond and tech expert Nick Bodmer.

Hey Indie Filmmakers - a DIY filmmaking podcast Griffin Hammond & Nick Bodmer

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"Hey Indie Filmmakers" is a weekly podcast about DIY filmmaking, cameras and technology, hosted by documentary filmmaker Griffin Hammond and tech expert Nick Bodmer.

    How to Locate Free-to-Use Archival Footage

    How to Locate Free-to-Use Archival Footage

    Using tools like youtube-dl, and sources including presidential libraries and Archive.org, Nick and Griffin explain how to locate and download historical news footage for documentaries. It’s the workflow behind Griffin’s weekly archival web series "Rewind."

    • 32 min
    I smashed my camera on the campaign trail

    I smashed my camera on the campaign trail

    While covering the campaign trail in Iowa, Griffin accidentally broke his Panasonic GH5S camera, and busted a lens as well. How he managed to complete the video assignment regardless.

    • 28 min
    Recreating this podcast look on a budget

    Recreating this podcast look on a budget

    For the video version of this podcast, Griffin and Nick use decent cameras, lighting, and a few filmmaking tricks. But can it be simplified, replicated by budget-conscious non-filmmakers to achieve the same look?

    • 26 min
    Why does the new iPhone need 3 cameras?

    Why does the new iPhone need 3 cameras?

    Griffin is in Villenave-d’Ornon, France, and Nick explains why Apple added a third camera to their newly released iPhone 11 Pro.

    • 27 min
    The lens that shot “Sriracha”

    The lens that shot “Sriracha”

    Griffin is selling a lens and a microphone! Email griffin@hey.film if you’re interested. Plus, your questions about ugly slow motion footage, what questions to ask in a documentary interview, and why that purple fringe creeps into your shot.

    • 31 min
    When GoPro shuts down your Kickstarter campaign

    When GoPro shuts down your Kickstarter campaign

    Ukranian filmmaker Artem Gavr marketed a spinning boomerang-like device for capturing “bullet-time” slow motion effects. Problem is, GoPro says he infringed on their trademarks.

    • 31 min

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