Brendan Shick | Freelance Film, Broadcast, & Digital Media

4 Must Watch Director’s Commentaries – Even if You’re Not a Film Geek

4 Must Watch Director's Commentaries - Even if You're Not a Film Geek

4 Director's Commentaries for any sensibility or taste! At least one of these will appeal to you...
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey – Learning the Pitfalls of HFR

Learn the Pitfalls of HFR

Don't make the mistake of paying more for a lower quality theater experience. Here's a look at what HFR really does to your image straight from a cinematographer's mouth...errr...pen...err...whatever.
Baseball Broadcasts: Behind the Scenes

Broadcasting Baseball

Ever wonder how the game gets from the field to your television set? We're sharing a behind-the-scenes look.

Yesterday’s Quick Updates

Apr 06 2012 by Brendan Shick Add Your Thoughts

Guest Posts to Watch

As hinted at in Wednesday’s blog post, the first post of my soon-to-be regular guest post series on toturnbacktime.com’s Project Updates feed is live. Check it out.

The production’s equipment purchases have mostly shipped and the first batch arrived in the office today, so clearly there will be a lot to talk about on that site over the next few days.

Sports Action

As a sports broadcaster, yesterday marked an important date in the world of baseball, as it was Opening Day across both MLB and MiLB.

It also saw the largest crowd ever at both Parkview Field and PNC Park. I’d like to think this was caused from a lot of people reading my blog post that mentions the two side-by-side a few weeks ago, but it could just be a mere coincidence…


Brendan Shick

Brendan Shick is a freelance DP, gaffer, and sports broadcaster serving primarily the Chicago, IL; Pittsburgh, PA; Grand Rapids, MI; and Fort Wayne, IN, regions. You can find out more by following this blog, his recent work on Vimeo, or by connecting with him on Twitter or LinkedIn. Brendan is also an occasional contributor to the Project Updates feed for one of his most recent films, To Turn Back Time.


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