Another great video shot on the 7D. The visual aesthetic of this camera is really amazing for video. Here are some details about the video:

A Video about Estefania Urrutia, young painter from Madrid working at her Studio in La Verneda (Barcelona)

  • Canon 7D
  • Tamron 17-50 f2.8
  • Canon 85 f1.8
  • Editing & Grading in Final Cut Pro.

Music: “Tu Vienes vendiendo Flores” By Enrique Morente. From his album “Despegando”
Guitar: Pepe Habichuela. (Amazing Flamenco record.)


This is a great little short shot on the Canon 7D with a Canon 100mm f2.8 Macro Lens. Nice work!


The Lost Art of “Excellence”

I came across this video today. It’s a timed-lapse video of the making of a magazine cover for MacWorld. I found it fascinating because of the sheer amount of work that went into creating this cover graphic.  From the shoot to laying out the design in Photoshop, the whole process just exudes excellence.

Next time you start work on a project–any project–think about what it will take to make it excellent.


Short Film, “Old” shot with Canon 7D

Yeah, I finally found a video that wasn’t a wedding video shot with the 7D.  This is a simple short film called “Old”

A story of broken relationships.

  • Directed, Written, and Edited by Matt Morgan
  • Director of Photography – Colin Cabalka
  • Shot for Motion Picture Production class @ the Los Angeles Film Studies Center
  • My first official 7D film, shot on October 21, 200 in the USA.

Equipment used:

  • Canon 7D
  • Canon 50mm 1.8, 70-200 f/4L, and 28-135 lenses
  • Micro Dolly Camera support
  • Arri Fresnel Kit
  • SMX-10 shotgun mic

The quality of this camera continues to amaze me.


Another Canon 7D Wedding Video

This camera continues to amaze me. Here’s another wedding video shot by Ray Roman.

  • Shot primarily on Canon 7D DSLR in Big Canoe, Georgia.
  • Edited in Final Cut Pro 7
  • Lenses Used: Canon 70-200mm 2.8, Canon 16-35mm, Canon 200mm 2.8
  • Carl Zeiss Lenses – 50mm 1.4, 28mm 2.0, 100mm Makro 2.0
  • Steadicam Flyer LE and Cinevate (Pegasus) Slider w/ 3 ft rails.