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CINEMA5DI love Android, I really do.
CINEMA5DHi all. As you've probably heard, the Google Nexus 7 tablet has just been announced, and it looks surprisingly good for the low price. So I'm seriously considering getting one. The main uses I'd have for a tablet as far as filmmaking goes are slating and storyboarding. So does anyone know if there are any really good slate apps and/or storyboarding apps for android?
CINEMA5DThanks! i always keep learning, those are invaluable resources. Technical Talk for Other Dslr's | Re: KICK START YOUR FILMMAKING CAREER!
DSLRs with video capabilities has really democratized filmmaking, putting cinematic quality video within financial reach of amateur and independent filmmakers. The best feature that most have found is the ability to utilize interchangeable lenses for different shooting environments and techniques.
While there are many lenses out there, a lot of them are still designed for still photography, especially lower end kit lenses. There are a couple of things that you should take into account when selecting ...How to Select Lenses for DSLR Filmmaking
CINEMA5DI'm writing this in May 2012. the 24 frame setting is indeed added, but in the oposite sense, higher frame rates are actually being offered in new major movies like HOBBIT, from director Peter Jackson, as the smoother look makes 3D more immersive at 60 f.p.s. Higher shutter speeds, likewise look more
PETAPIXELHere’s a helpful video that shows how you can optimize your Canon DSLR for video recording based on ‘s recommendations. It’s geared towards the 5D Mark II, but is applicable for other video-capable DSLRs as well (e.g. 5D Mark III and 7D). There’s also that explains the reasoning behind the various settings. [Vincent LaForet]
PETAPIXELCanon’s is here, and as most people predicted, it’s geared towards filmmaking rather than photography. The company just unveiled its new C300 cinema camera in an effort to break into a Hollywood digital filmmaking scene that’s dominated by the and the . While it’s not particularly powerful in any specific category, the new camera comes in EOS or PL lens mounts, shoots 1080p video with a 4K sensor, has dual CF card slots, and offers high quality footage in a relatively small form factor.
CINEMA5DLooks good, but none of your pictures seem to be loading. May be a problem at my end, but just thought I'd tell you. Artistic Talk | Re: New DSLR filmmaking Blog
CINEMA5DNot sure where to post this so hopefully here is ok.
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I caught up with my friend Jem Schofield over the weekend. He's been busy since NAB with a series of Canon DSLR video tutorials (here). In typical Jem fashion they are thorough and easy to understand. Boy do I wish these had been around when the 5D MK II was first introduced!
Sewanee, TNJem Schofield's Canon dslr film making tutorials
CINEMA5DAbsolutely fantastic explanation... thank you.
CINEMA5DGreat tutorial. I will definitely have to try this out with the Halloween fog machine I have in the garage! Shot on a DSLR | Re: [Canon 7D] 16. Light Beams - Cinematography, Filmmaking Tutorial
One of the highlights of 2010 for me was being invited to the first ever Vimeo Festival in New York City. As I mentioned before this was an incredible show and probably one of the best “first off” events that I have ever seen a company execute (You can read more about this in my previous blog post).
One of the biggest draws of the festival (outside of the amazing films being featured) was the amount of panels and Q&A’s between various speakers that were offered. I was fortunate enough to be included ...DSLR Cinema: The new dawn of filmmaking – Vimeo Festival Panel
CINEMA5Dawesome, ive been wanting an affordable and more portable solution than a large ringlight for these type of shoots. Exactly what i was looking for.