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What kind of equipment do you use?

We use professional cameras and equipment capable of recording and editing in full HD. Cameras: Canon EOS C100 Cinema camera with EF 24-105mm L-Series lens, Sony PXW-FS5 with 18-105mm Power Zoom lens, Canon XH-A1 HDV cameras, Canon T3i DSLR, GoPro Hero 4 Silver, GoPro Hero 3+ Black. Editing: Final Cut Pro 7, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe Photoshop. We also have high quality audio equipment including wireless lavalier mics, Audio-Technica AT875 short condenser shotgun mic, and Tascam DR-40 recorder; plus Cinetics Axis360 Pro Slider system, Glide Gear DNA 6001 Vest and Arm Stabilization Kit with DNA 5050 Stabilizer, as well as various tripods, lights, and backup equipment.

Where did “Dead Shark” come from?

The name Dead Shark originated from the movie "Annie Hall" where the two main characters (played by Woody Allen and Diane Keaton) are talking about how relationships are like sharks in that they have to constantly move forward or they die; to which Allen's character says "I think what we got on our hands is a dead shark" (referring to their relationship). Besides the fact that we like that movie, we take the same principle and apply it to our film and video work, so that the Dead Shark serves as a reminder to constantly keep “moving” forward, continue learning new skills, and not let our quality of work plateau, or motivations wane. We must remain in Shark Mode.

Are you willing to travel?

Yes. However, depending on the distance, there may be added traveling expenses.

Where are you based out of?

Tiffin, OH.