The multicam sync with the new Adobe Premiere Pro CC works great. If you have ever wanted to do a multiple camera shoot, but were intimidated by the thought of having to sync the two cameras on the timeline, using this technique will do it automatically by matching the audio waveforms. This will save you a ton of time.
A Panasonic Australia professional division employee told me, during SMPTE2015 in Sydney earlier this year, that the long-awaited firmware upgrade for the Panasonic Lumix GH4 that would contain V-Log L was coming in October and would cost US$90.
"Our Fonts, Our Friends" is the first in a series of retro science films about fonts, from Veer. In this installment, the narrator discusses font styles, how to choose your font, and where to find an endless supply of affordable fonts.
Every so often I am reminded of how lucky we are that so many great indie moviemakers are so hugely motivated to share invaluable tips and sage advice about how they do it and you can too. RocketJump Film School is a damned fine example with their weekly-updated YouTube channel just over two months old and already brimming with fun, fast and inspirational short and longer-form tutorials, shorts and series episodes. RocketJump Film School’s content collection so far covers the obvious fields of
Though much of early cinema is of the black and white variety, color tinted films go all the way back to the silent era. These days, color is an integral part of film, and it has incredible power over how we perceive the film and the characters.
“Only by letting go can we truly possess what is real.” – Master Li Mu Bai, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon | Sony Pictures Classics, 2000 Last month, we kicked off our “Getting Smart with Story Structure” series,...
Wes Anderson is known for his whimsical films with dry humour, bright colour palettes, and for his distinct narrative and visual style. Yasujiro Ozu, arguably less well-known to mainstream audiences, made a name for himself as the "most Japanese of all film directors", known for his calm, lyrical approach to film and his tendency to revisit the same kinds of stories over and over again.
It might sound preposterous, even a little insulting, to think of creativity as something you can muster and "do better." There is this presupposition that creative people are born that way, and each has a predetermined "amount" allocated to them -- an inherency that decides who creates and who doesn't and to varying degrees.
After the success of their Kickstarter-funded C-Cup for the popular Canon C100 digital movie camera, Miller & Schneider has come out with a similarly indispensable eyecup for the even more popular and affordable Panasonic Lumix GH4 hybrid camera,...
By contributor Clinton Harn: The DCAGE from DFOCUS is an affordable solution for owners of the Panasonic GH3 or GH4. Made in the USA, it is a precision CNC machined aluminium cage specifically designed for the Panasonic GH3 and GH4.
Most factual shooters can only dream of using anamorphic lenses for their productions. The distinctive distorted bokeh and streaky lens flares are usually the domain of the movies and high end TV drama.
The world has been awaiting the Sony a7R II for a while now. The top-of-the-line DSLR-killer has created a buzz with mouth watering features like internal 4K recording, a 42 Megapixel sensor and internal 5-axis image stabilization.
The great film school debate continues. Our friends over at ShareGrid, the "Airbnb of cameras" and a pioneering force in the peer-to-peer rental market, are starting up an interview series with notable members of their rapidly growing community.
Market research from 2014 has surfaced from consulting firm FutureSource. The year-old report suggests a swing of 50% from DSLRs to mirrorless cameras in 2015 (for pro video users). The report predicts that in the coming years 4K mirrorless cameras will dominate the market for video relative to DSLRs and that sales of large sensor professional camcorders (such as the Canon C300) will continue to grow and occupy roughly a third of the pro video market with the mirrorless camera share at a respectable 20%.
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