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NoFilmSchool: Steadicam progress - The Career of Paul Thomas Anderson in Five Shots, by Kevin B. Lee (09:34)

Posted by Joe Marine on March 13, 2013 •

 

"While you might have already seen the recent video featuring the history of the Steadicam in cinema, today we’ve got a video from Kevin B. Lee — who most recently gave us his best films of 2012 — that gets much more specific, and follows the career of Paul Thomas Anderson and his use of camera stabilizers. Not only does the video focus on specific shots in his films, but it also goes into the psychology of what the shots do (or are trying to do) for the scene in the context of the movies."

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Blackmagic Cinema Camera vs. Red Scarlet – Zeiss vs. Samyang Part 2. By Frank Glencairn

Blackmagic Cinema Camera vs. Red Scarlet – Zeiss vs. Samyang Part 2. By Frank Glencairn | Film & Cinema | Scoop.it

Posted by Frank Glencairn on May 13, 2013 • 

 

"In part 2 of our comparison, Felix Patzke of Heimspiel and I, looked at the differences of famous Zeiss cineglass and pretty affordable Samyang (Rokinon/Walimex) cineprimes. As in our first article, we where quite surprised, that the differences are not as huge as we thought.


Felix just got his hands on a set of wonderful Zeiss Superspeed glass. These are the older (MKII) lenses with the typical triangle bokeh and the aperture and focus rings are oil dampened. They are famous for their special look and the way they render microcontrast.

 

In the other corner we had a set of Samyang (Walimex/Rokinon) lenses. When they came out, they generated quite a stir, because of their speed and optical quality for the buck.
Samyang produces those lenses in two different flavors. A traditional version for still photography and a cinevized version. The cineglass has the same optics, but comes with standard gear for focus and aperture, declicked iris and markings on the side, so your focus puller can see them. The focal lengths and speeds are 8mm/f3.5 fisheye, 14mm/f2.8, 24mm/f1.4, 35mm/f1.4 and 85mm/f1.4.
Why there is no 50mm/f1.4 is beyond me though. I hope Samyang comes up with that missing link as soon as possible, since it’s not a complete set without a 50mm.

 

So here is the challenge. How can those affordable Korean cinevized still lenses hold up against expensive professional cineglass?"

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1080P is Better Than 4K (Or Why I Chose the Canon C100). By Ryan E. Walters

1080P is Better Than 4K (Or Why I Chose the Canon C100). By Ryan E. Walters | Film & Cinema | Scoop.it

Posted by Ryan E.Walters on May 3, 2013 • 

 

"After many years of owning a wide range of camera systems, including a RED ONE and an EPIC, I decided to sell it all and rent. So for the past three years I have been exclusively renting cameras on a per project basis, that is, until recently when I made the plunge and bought the Canon C100. Little did I know how many eyebrows and questions it would raise when I posted a picture on Facebook. Here is why I chose a 1080p, 4:2:0 camera over a 4k RAW camera.

 

Reason 1: It Is The Craftsperson, Not The Tool, That Matters

I am a firm believer that it is the talent behind the lens that matters most, not the camera. I want to surround myself with people and productions who value the craft more than the tech. When was the last time you hired a carpenter and asked what brand hammer he was using? Or what brush the painter used on the oil painting you bought? Or how about the contents of this blog — does it matter if I am writing it on a Mac, PC, iPhone, or Android?"

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If you take pictures with a DSLR, you need this page!

If you take pictures with a DSLR, you need this page! | Film & Cinema | Scoop.it
We love cheatsheets as one can refer to them and make quick amendments to better our skills. Since many loved our last compilation of cheatsheet for designers, we’ve decided to compile another set of cheatsheets, this time for photographers.

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Canon Rumors: EOS 5D Mark III Firmware Coming April 30, 2013


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Digital Bolex: NAB 2013 Recap, by Elle Schneider (7 Videos)

Digital Bolex: NAB 2013 Recap, by Elle Schneider (7 Videos) | Film & Cinema | Scoop.it

Posted by Elle Schneider on April 15, 2013 • 


"Hey everyone! It’s been a busy few days in Bolex land. We got back from Vegas on Thursday night, and we’re already back in the office fielding phone calls and meetings. For those of you who weren’t able to get out to NAB this year, I thought it would be fun to do a quick recap of our experience.

 

(...) We also spent a few hours with our fellow CinemaDNG users Ikonoskop, IndieCam, Blackmagic Design, The Foundry, and others at the CinemaDNG Developers meeting, where I was finally able to show off the new CinemaDNG Initiative website (going live around IBC in September) that I’ve been working on all year.  I was voted Vice Chair, working with the re-elected Chair, Peter from Ikonoskop, so for the next year I get to be at the forefront of getting CinemaDNG into the hands of the masses, which is very exciting."

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NAB 2013: Ikegami puts ARRI's super 35mm CMOS sensor into HDK-97ARRI (05:10) | NewsShooter

Posted by Dan Chung on April 9, 2013 • 

 

"Rick Macomber talks to Ikegami about their latest partnership with Arri that will put a 35mm CMOS sensor into a broadcast camera. The camera features a PL lens mount and a 3G transmission system and will bring cinema style depth to broadcast television."

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(YES MUST WATCH) Through the Lens with Gordon Willis, Cinematographer > CRAFT TRUCK (32:18)

Posted by CraftTruck on April 4, 2013 • 

 

"Gordon Willis is regarded by all of his peers as one of the greatest cinematographers in the history of film, and for many as the greatest of all time, period. Between lensing The Godfather trilogy, many of Woody Allen's best films (including Annie Hall, Manhattan, Stardust Memories, Interiors, and others) and several master thrillers for Alan J. Pakula (All the President's Men, Klute, The Parallax View, The Devil's own, and others), Gordon Willis practically single-handedly re-invented the craft of cinematography and the nature by which films were and are composed, lit, and executed. He has left an indelible mark on the craft of filmmaking and we are delighted to present him in a two part interview here. We hope you enjoy a small window into a great man's achievements and approach."

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Film critic Roger Ebert is fighting cancer again

Film critic Roger Ebert is fighting cancer again | Film & Cinema | Scoop.it
Film critic Roger Ebert reveals a new battle with cancer to his blog readers (Roger Ebert fights #Cancer again...
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Vine Update Allows Website Embedding for Videos: What This Potentially Means for Filmmakers. By V Renée

Vine Update Allows Website Embedding for Videos: What This Potentially Means for Filmmakers. By V Renée | Film & Cinema | Scoop.it

Posted by V Renée on March 30, 2013 • 

 

"Maybe all of you Vine users noticed an alert on your respective mobile devices, but for those of you who haven’t (or don’t have the app yet), Vine released an update that allows you to embed your videos on the web. Before the update, users were only given the option to share their videos on Twitter and Facebook, but now you can post your videos virtually anywhere, which can only mean that we’ll be seeing a lot more of Vine in the near future.

 

If you don’t know what Vine is, it’s a mobile app that allows you to create and post 6-second long video clips. It has been described as the “Instagram of video,” and its length restriction is reminiscent of Twitter’s 140 character limit — which seems appropriate since it was acquired by Twitter last October. Here’s an example of the types of videos you can make on Vine:"

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Media Source Africa: YouTube is opening free studios around the world

YouTube is opening free studios around the world
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Beautiful Movie Scenes

Beautiful Movie Scenes | Film & Cinema | Scoop.it
What makes a scene beautiful? Art & photography direction play a big part, but sometimes it's a combination of the right song, good lines, the meaning behind the scene, the talent of the actors, the editing, etc.
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NoFilmSchool: Steadicam progress - The Career of Paul Thomas Anderson in Five Shots, by Kevin B. Lee (09:34)

Posted by Joe Marine on March 13, 2013 •

 

"While you might have already seen the recent video featuring the history of the Steadicam in cinema, today we’ve got a video from Kevin B. Lee — who most recently gave us his best films of 2012 — that gets much more specific, and follows the career of Paul Thomas Anderson and his use of camera stabilizers. Not only does the video focus on specific shots in his films, but it also goes into the psychology of what the shots do (or are trying to do) for the scene in the context of the movies."

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Beyond the Bolex: A Documentary Film on Kickstarter (04:43)

Posted on Twitter by Joe Rubinstein on March 10, 2013 • 

Launched: Mar 10, 2013 • Funding ends: Apr 19, 2013 • 

"SO EXCITED for @BeyondtheBolex, doc on inventor of Bolex, dir. by his great granddaughter. Insane archival material!"

 

(...) “Beyond the Bolex” is a character-driven documentary about the inventor of the revolutionary Bolex camera, Jacques Bolsey. Bolsey, a Russian refugee living in neutral Switzerland during WWI, envisioned a future where everyone would have access to the tools necessary to make movies. In the 1920's, at the introduction of 16mm film, Bolsey invented the Bolex- a camera simple and flexible enough that anyone could use it. Little did Bolsey know that this invention would outlive him, and decades later his camera would be key to bringing about his dream of a future of accessible filmmaking."

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THE JACQUES BOLSEY PROJECT on vimeo:

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• "For more information about the project or ways to get involved please do not be afraid to email us at:" camilo.lara@jacquesbolseyproject.com


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1080P RAW Video Now Possible on Canon 5D Mark III & Real Anamorphic Shooting with the New Hack. By Joe Marine (5 Videos)

1080P RAW Video Now Possible on Canon 5D Mark III & Real Anamorphic Shooting with the New Hack. By Joe Marine (5 Videos) | Film & Cinema | Scoop.it

Posted by Joe Marine on May 12, 2013 • 

 

"Not only do we have news that RAW video at 24fps is possible on the Canon 5D Mark III, but we now know it’s possible to get a full 1920 x 1080 image with 1000x speed cards. The first samples were possible by cropping the image to 1920 x 820, but g3gg0 from Magic Lantern has unlocked a way to get the entire image — the full 1920 x 1080. This makes the Mark III the first full-frame (36mm x 24mm) camera to shoot RAW video at 1080p. Also, now that we’re capable of getting really high-quality custom resolutions, a whole new world has potentially opened up for anamorphic shooting with the camera."

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Steadicam Creator Joins Inventors Hall of Fame: Listen to Garrett Brown's Interview on NPR (16:52)

Steadicam Creator Joins Inventors Hall of Fame: Listen to Garrett Brown's Interview on NPR (16:52) | Film & Cinema | Scoop.it

Posted by NPR Staff on April 25, 2013 • 

 

"Rocky Balboa's sprint up the stairs of the Philadelphia Art Museum in Rocky is a scene that would have once been impossible to film. Camera innovator Garrett Brown made it possible when he invented the Steadicam, a body-mounted camera that stabilizes handheld shots.

 

Brown has received three Academy Awards for his technical inventions and holds 50 patents for cinematography devices. The college dropout-turned-inventor will be inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame in May.

 

"The way I see it, the prime inventing act is identifying something you really want which is missing," he tells NPR's Neal Conan. "It isn't just gadgets and gizmos and machines and processes. It's whatever you want, and the finding of it, the getting of it could be considered an invention."

 

When Brown started out as a filmmaker, he loved the stabilizing power of dollies but hated their klutzy nature and yearned for an easier way.

 

"We sort of have a stabilizer in our heads, if you think about it. You're not conscious of yourself lurching side to side when you walk, or rising and falling. The brain just smooths it all out for you, you know? So why should it look worse when you pick up a camera and try to walk? That's what sort of lured me on back then."

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Le créateur du système Steadicam (http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steadicam) rejoint le Hall of Fame des inventeurs.

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Digital Bolex: Kish Lenses Daylight Test

Digital Bolex: Kish Lenses Daylight Test | Film & Cinema | Scoop.it

Posted by Joe Rubinstein on April 22, 2013 • 

 

"Our last tests were a little rushed and we didn’t have time to take any shots outside. So we did another lens test this week using natural light. And to our surprise, the most flattering lens was the 38mm, which was our least favorite lens in the earlier test. We think this is because of the color temperature/CRI. We’ll be running more precise tests soon, and Kish is constructing special testing equipment to help finalize that process.

We shot these tests at Pershing Square in downtown LA from about 4PM to 5PM. The white box denotes the S16 frame, everything outside is the micro 4/3 frame."

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News from Radiant Images’ Novo Digital Cinema Camera

News from Radiant Images’ Novo Digital Cinema Camera | Film & Cinema | Scoop.it

Posted by Jason Wolfe on April 17, 2013 • 

 

Tiny Novo adds key cinematic touches to versatile GoPro Hero3 for professional filmmakers

 

LAS VEGAS (April 17, 2013) – "The Novo digital cinema camera, co-created by Radiant Images to remove the cinematic limitations of the GoPro Hero3 for professional filmmakers, is the recipient of the 21st Annual Mario Award given by TV Technology magazine.

 

(...) “We are honored that our Novo has been recognized for this coveted award,” said Michael Mansouri, co-founder of Radiant Images, an L.A.-based rental house and digital cinema innovator. “We were able to act quickly following the release of the GoPro Hero3 to come up with a solution for cinematographers who were enamored by the small form factor possibilities of the Hero3, but felt held back cinematically. With the Novo, those limits are gone.”

 

Radiant Images collaborated on the design and function of the palm-sized Novo with co-creator View Factor Studios. The Novo is available for rent only, exclusively at Radiant Images in the U.S. and through its rental partner in Europe, P+S Technik."

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Did You See The RED Showreel From NAB 2013. By Vision Wrangler (05:14)

Posted by Vision Wrangler on April 15, 2013 • 

 

"If you are going to showcase what your camera company is, does, and can do, then BANG RED Digital Cinema nailed that brief. The RED NAB 2013 Showreel is a slow cooker with all the meaty goodness. There are some really tasty bits in this RED NAB showreel especially towards the end."

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By the same author, you may read and watch also:

• OH Dear a RED EPIC Rocking It On an RC Hand Held Camera Rig (2 Videos)

• NAB Wraps and RED Jim Talks About 4k Then, Now, and Beyond

 

 

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Ken Morrison's comment, April 26, 2013 4:31 PM
HI Ann, I am glad that you have started using Scoop.it. I read your questions and comments in the class website. At this point, I like the scoops that you have on the right and the one below this The two on the left just look like a 'hobby' scoop.it page. You should add thoughtful insight about something that you are learning that will help you with your career. Perhaps interviews with the producers, etc. would be helpful. Generally, I will want something much more specific than "Watch this great video!" Give me some reasons to watch it, or some specific things to look for when I watch the video. Think like a curator and tell us why you are sharing this instead of every other great video out there. Is that helpful? I know that this will be a great sight. I am here to help.
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If I write comment here, can you see this? I think I have to learn more about scoop.it page! Anyway, thank you for your advice! I just wanted to show the great videos. But, yes, you're right, I am a CURATOR. From next time, I will be more specific about my post. Also thank you for SIMPSON handouts. It was really helpful for me in PAV class and now it is useful for my scoop.it page, too. Thank you again and see you:-)!
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Hi Ji-young. Yes, I can see any comment that is posted if I already have a comment on that post. Good luck with Scoop.it. I will see you in class.
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Blackmagic Goes 4K with S35 Global Shutter Sensor for $4K, and a Pocket Cinema Camera for $1K. By Robert Hardy

Blackmagic Goes 4K with S35 Global Shutter Sensor for $4K, and a Pocket Cinema Camera for $1K. By Robert Hardy | Film & Cinema | Scoop.it

Posted by Robert Hardy on April 8, 2013 • 

 

"We’ve all been speculating that this year’s NAB show would be a major one in terms of new cinema-style cameras at incredibly low price points. After Blackmagic Design shook up the cinema camera world last year, the market seemed destined for another company to swoop in an steal the BMCC‘s thunder. However, a photo of two brand-spankin’ new Blackmagic Cinema Cameras has been leaked, and it’s definitely real. It appears that Blackmagic has done it again, and their thunder is locked down in a vault that would leave even Danny Ocean and his team of 13 stumped. Check out the photo below for the limited details that we have at this point:"

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• Update: It's Official: Introducing Blackmagic 4K & Pocket Cinema Cameras for $4K and $1K at NoFilmSchool.com


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Film critic Roger Ebert dies at 70

Film critic Roger Ebert dies at 70 | Film & Cinema | Scoop.it
Renowned American film critic Roger Ebert - famed for his thumbs-up or down reviews - dies at 70 after a long battle with cancer.
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Training Your Eye - Lighting for Cinematographers. By Shane Hurlbut, ASC (6 Videos)

Training Your Eye - Lighting for Cinematographers. By Shane Hurlbut, ASC (6 Videos) | Film & Cinema | Scoop.it

Posted by Shane Hurlbut, ASC on April 3, 2013 • 

 

"Many of you have heard me talk about how I light to eye by either looking at the back LCD screen or a  lighting monitor like an HP DreamColor. Lighting to eye is something that is based on experience and what you like esthetically. I trained my eye through the use of exposing film, not an LCD screen or a monitor, but a photo-chemical process and by the use of a light meter. Many say that the light meter is dead with digital. I disagree. It is the only tool that you have in your box that can measure what you love. It can tell you how you lit a specific scene in case you have to go back and pick something up later in your schedule. You will need that tool to measure footcandles and f-stops to guide you to make the match perfect."

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Cinescopophilia: A Farewell Message from Fujifilm Motion Picture UK

Cinescopophilia: A Farewell Message from Fujifilm Motion Picture UK | Film & Cinema | Scoop.it

Posted by Vision Wrangler on March 27, 2013 • 

 

"On CML the message was clear, Fujifilm UK has been going at it since 1934 supplying motion picture film stock to the professional film industry, but now sadly on the 28th of March 2013 the front door closes. Shop shut as they say. There is however one small glimmer of sunshine left but the sun has pretty much set. The last remaining two million feet of Fujifilm camera negative film stock in Europe is available at Film Stock Clearance. After that well it’s all digital."

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Karasch & Associates Legal Video's curator insight, March 27, 2013 12:44 PM

 Digital cinema is to film what TV is to "the radio star." It sad to watch film fade away...

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RedShark News: BBC to retire the test card after 79 years

RedShark News: BBC to retire the test card after 79 years | Film & Cinema | Scoop.it

Posted by Neil Roberts on March 24, 2013 • 

Image: Evil test card clown, by Elliott Quince • 

 

"How's this for geekiness! On the night of 25th to 26th of March the UK's BBC HD channel will hand over to BBC Two HD, and in the programme break it will be your last chance to see iconic BBC test cards going back to 1934. Sometimes in the early days, testcards were all you had for entertainment on the "box".

 

Andy Quested, the BBC's chief technologist for HD and 3D, had this to say on his blog:"

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I'm going to miss these iconic graphical test patterns!

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Vasily Gatov's curator insight, March 25, 2013 5:10 AM

Последний рудимент эпохи аналогового телевидения в Британии уходит в прошлое.

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Mark Vargo, ASC shares some light meter tips (11:28)

Posted by evanerichards on March 12, 2013 • 

 

"Last year I posted an interview with Mark Vargo, ASC. He has had a very successful career working in both cinematography and visual effects.


He recently posted an educational light metering video to vimeo. In it he explains how to meter and expose using an incident meter or a spot meter and talks about their usefulness in different situations.

 

If you don’t know anything about light meters this is a great introduction and even if you use them often this is a great review."

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This is the most clear and effective summary on using light meters I have ever seen. Brilliant and super professional.

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You, Robot: R&D Pantecam Dolly Moves Your Camera Without a Signature. At Cinescopophilia (3 Videos)

You, Robot: R&D Pantecam Dolly Moves Your Camera Without a Signature. At Cinescopophilia (3 Videos) | Film & Cinema | Scoop.it

Posted by Vision Wrangler on March 11, 2013 • 

 

"Stumbled across this Pantecam on YouTube and liked the look of it. The Pantecam is a wirelessly controlled dolly that runs without a signature. Sure it is a funny sounding name and unfortunately we don’t know a lot about this one at this stage, other than that, the dolly is controlled by a 2.4GHz RC handset which handles Zoom, Iris, Focus, Record, Pan, and Tilt control. The Pantecam dolly can also stream wirelessly a 5GHz video transmission."

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