New Reel

I’ve updated my reel on the ‘Demo Reel’ page. For better image quality, click the link underneath the video to watch it on Vimeo.

-R

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New Updated CV

I’ve posted an updated resume on the CV page. Current as of July 2013, it reflects some newer completed projects, and I’ve excluded some older work (2005-2011).

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‘Honey Bunny’ Wins Two at Inside Out

Stop Calling Me Honey Bunny, a film I shot for director Gabrielle Zilkha earlier this year has now won 2 awards: The ‘Hot Short’ Award, and the Short Film Audience Award – awarded to the short receiving the highest audience score throughout the festival.

For the film I used the RED Epic, with Zeiss Compact Primes. Gear was graciously supplied by Charles Street Video, Panavision, PS Production Services, and Joe Sutherland Rentals.

You can check out information on the film at:

Inside Out’s page on the film

Honey Bunny’s IMDB

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Set Photos from ‘Two Lines and a Shot’

Chantal Ryanne, has posted still photos and a behind the scenes look at the set Two Lines and a Shot, which we shot last summer in Toronto, Ontario.

The film was shot on the RED Epic, using RED Pro Primes, and was directed by Zenon Turczyn. It should be released mid-2013

To check out the photos, click here: Chantal Ryanne Photography

And for further information on the film, you can check out Zen Artists webpage

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Updated Resume and Demo Reel

It’s been a busy summer in Toronto. As such, I’ve updated both my reel and my CV to show more recently completed projects.

-Ryan

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Demo Reel – March 2012

I uploaded a new edit of my Demo Reel with some more recent footage, available under ‘Demo Reel’ at the top of this page. It includes footage shot with the RED One and EPIC, among other cameras, using Panavision Primos, Zeiss High-Speeds, and Canon L-Series Glass.

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Diffusion Filter Test

Filmed with Chris DeRosa on the Sony F3 with the Cooke S4 35mm.

This test doesn’t cover every filter available, but shows most of the popular ones.

-Ryan

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Sony F3 Test

I shot this test with a few friends over a couple hours early this month. Good camera for the price, but it’s a pain to shoulder mount as it’s still built like a Handicam.

Camera: Sony F3 with Panavision Primo Lenses

Special thanks to Dayna, Craig, Kim, and Ryan who helped me out.

 

Sony F3 Test from Ryan Kirkpatrick on Vimeo.

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