Steven Gladstone

Steven Gladstone is a New York-based filmmaker who has worked in the industry for more than 20 years as an animation/motion control cameraman, gaffer, camera assistant, D.P., and director. He spent a year and a half videotaping Holocaust survivors for the Survivors of the Shoah project and has a Master of Communication Arts degree. When he isn't working at B&H, he pursues personal filmmaking projects and spends time with his children. His personal website is www.gladstonefilms.com.

Latest Articles

3 months ago
Hold onto your hat: Kodak is delivering on its promise to release a brand-spanking-new Super 8 film camera. Super 8 is the format that just refuses to expire, and with the release of this new camera, Kodak is bringing Super 8 to a whole new generation of filmmakers. The camera system consists of the…
3 months ago
Color can be one of your greatest allies in the creative process. Even more than color itself, the assurance that your color balance looks as good as possible, is accurate from capture to export, and is consistent from screen to screen can be paramount to sharing your vision with others. To achieve this control over color, a color calibration process is a necessity. The Two Pillars When…
4 months ago
In addition to working on commercials, documentaries, and feature-length films, I’ve experienced the pleasure and misery of working with low-budget and first-time filmmakers. Most of these filmmakers tend to make the same mistakes and, sadly, I must admit that when I’ve made my own short films, I’ve gone down the rabbit hole and made some of the same mistakes against which I’ve cautioned others.…
6 months ago
Whether you’re a student or a seasoned veteran, selecting the right camera can make your head spin with questions. Does sensor size matter? What’s the difference between 4:2:0 and 4:2:2? Do I really need a camera that can record 4K? What about raw? We’ll explain the key components that help a camera produce cinematic images, and in doing so, hopefully help you make that all-important decision.…
1 year ago
In an exciting release, B&H is happy to announce that Labpano is taking many of the high-end features of its commercial 360° Dual Lens Cameras and porting them to its new Pilot Pano 360° Dual Lens Camera. Supporting 5.7K resolution, the Pilot Pano is packed with features that make the camera…
1 year ago
Let’s face it: Shooting film and video isn’t just a job for most of us, it is something we love. Everything that we do contributes to creativity of the images that we make. But the toll the day-in and day-out work can take on our creativity can be devastating. Sometimes you just need a break, something to reinvigorate you, like a fun, non-professional optic. Sometimes you need a different…
1 year ago
Z Cam is announcing that the same philosophy and innovation that has brought outstanding quality to Super35 and full-frame sensor cine cameras is being applied to update its classic E2-F6 camera. The result is an even more versatile E2-F6 Pro 6K camera and the release of three new LED panel…
1 year ago
For Sony VENICE 2 and Sony VENICE users, owners, and operators, Sony is announcing the new version of its wildly popular Rialto, the VENICE Extension System 2, which allows you to separate the image sensor block from the camera body via your choice of either a 9.8' or 39' cable. Creating a “…
1 year ago
When DJI created the Ronin 4D 6K and 8K production cameras with built-in vertical…
1 year ago
Do you wish the classic Leica M lenses, with their iconic look, were better suited for large format cinematography? Well, Leitz has some great news for you. The new Leitz HUGO lenses use the same Leica M optics that have made the Leitz M 0.8 series so popular, but feature the same housing style and build quality that have helped make the Leitz's cinematography lenses a reliable choice in the…
1 year ago
The Laowa Nanomorph 1.5x anamorphic lenses from Venus Optics combine innovative design with high-quality optics to create a set of anamorphic lenses for Super35-sized sensors that are incredibly compact and lightweight, enabling you to take your anamorphic cinematography to places undreamed…
1 year ago
The Panasonic GH6 has made a big splash, and now with firmware version 2.0, available to download now, additional features and frame rate recording…
1 year ago
RED never sleeps—at least it seems that way since the company is always innovating, though some would say disrupting, the digital cinema play space. The V-RAPTOR and new V-RAPTOR XL follow suit, but here is what you can expect. The V-RAPTOR lineup consists of an already released Full-Frame sensor camera, the…
1 year ago
ARRI’s new ALEXA 35 camera is already making waves in the cinematography world, and we are happy to provide you with the latest info. Boasting a new sensor design and new color science, the ALEXA 35 is a brand new camera with 17 stops of dynamic range (2.5 more than previous ALEXA cameras), and a familiar Super 35mm camera package with a host of dedicated accessories that will fit into…
1 year ago
Announcing edelkrone’s the new edelkrone Controller v2, which brings dedicated wireless control of edelkrone’s motion-controlled sliders, jibs, heads, and dollies, from up to 82' away. The dedicated controller has the essential features of the edelkrone App, which allows you to save your phone for…