Steven Gladstone

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.

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Digital Cinema cameras today are basically boxes with limited ergonomic capabilities, and the Sony PXW-FX9 follows this path. But not to worry—SHAPE has stepped up to fill the void. SHAPE has created a complete...
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Live multi-camera streaming made easy is the goal of YoloLiv, and with the YoloBox, the company has hit the mark. Featuring a GUI interface married to a touchscreen display, more than just a pretty box with a nice display, you can input four live sources: 2 HDMI inputs, 1 USB...
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Here at B&H Photo, we are happy to announce the new Roland V-8HD, an 8-channel HD video switcher. This compact, portable, all-in-one switcher is well suited for live event switching, providing you with creative opportunities without the need for a separate computer for control. Featuring...
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Don’t let the fact that these conference systems resemble an owl fool you—they have nothing in common with owls, except that they each see in panoramic 360°, and listen in 360°, as well. The Meeting OWL, and...
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The Luxli Taiko is a 2 x 1 RGBAW LED soft light, ideal for use on location, in the studio, or mounted in a grid. This well-made fixture is suitable as a key light for documentary interviews in almost any exterior or interior location, and, with its color control and effects modes, it can...
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The Manfrotto Nitrotech 612 Head supports cameras and rigs weighing from 8.8 to 26.4 pounds and replaces Manfrotto’s N12, while the...
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The digital wizards at RED DIGITAL CINEMA have done it again. Now, you can upgrade your RED DIGITAL CINEMA BRAIN with a 5K Dragon-X S35 sensor, to add 6K support without needing to swap out your sensor. While firmware V7.3.0 brings a few minor fixes, the real star of the...
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Choosing a camcorder for vlogging (video blogging)? I get it—it’s confusing. There are so many, brands, prices, features, and choices, all of which seem to be calling your name when the inevitable GAS (Gear Acquisition Syndrome) kicks in. After reading this article, check out the Video Solutions for...
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In this segment of Show Us Your Shot, director Aaron Barrocas discusses how the production team of the horror-comedy short film Half-Cocked was able to create the illusion, safely, of a character being hit by a car, despite not having the time or budget for stunt performers or wire work. It is important to note that at no point was the actor in any danger, and he never made contact with the...
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The filmmaker behind Learning to Drive, Roderick Stevens, shares his thoughts on his film and filmmaking. Steven Gladstone: How long have you been working in the industry, and how did you get started? Roderick Stevens: I’ve worked in the film industry in some...
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When I was younger, 360° films/video meant a huge rig with nine cameras pointing outward in a circle. 360 divided by 9 gives you 40, so each camera had a 40° angle of view, horizontally. The film would be made using these monstrous rigs, sometimes slung from helicopters to get travelling shots of packs of animals hunting in Africa. Of course, you would only have the chance to see this if you were...
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If you are looking for the perfect camera or lens to get for that special videographer in your life, that is a tall order. But accessories, now—accessories make the camera package. However, camera accessory purchase decisions can be difficult to make for someone else, but don’t worry—for anyone who owns gear, there is always maintenance. Owning camera gear invariably leads to needing accessories...
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In the ever-changing, innovative world of video production, making a new camcorder-purchasing decision requires up-to-date knowledge of the latest features available, along with an understanding of tried-and-true technology. Even seasoned professionals will need to take some time to research the myriad choices offered, then carefully determine which camera fits their needs. The specific...
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In the segment of Show Us Your Shot, Director Roderick E. Stevens and Cinematographer Daniel Gonsalez, in an effort to accentuate the grounded reality of their hero's journey in the latter half of the film, chose to mix shooting styles and formats, including Super 8 film for the opening flashback scenes, 4k RAW (on a Sony F55) for the first half of the roadtrip with the two brothers, and 35mm (...
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Steven Gladstone: You wear many different hats—writer, producer, director, actor, etc. Do you go by Filmmaker, or is there a distinction? Gregory Blair: If I’m relegated to a single label, I use “Entertainment Professional,” because it is generic and inclusive enough to represent my writing consulting, TV, and theatre work in addition to my various roles in the film industry. SG: How long have...
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