Sam from Corridor Digital goes over how to get really cinematic and dynamic camera moves without having to use equipment. He goes through what to look out for and how to shoot, with the idea of using Warp stabilizer in mind. There are several examples showcasing the different scenarios or issues you may run in […]
Tim Joy from Projection Films uploaded some great aerial footage from Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera and Cinestar 8 octocopter ($8000). In the first video the lens is Panasonic 14-140mm OIS and in the second is Olympus 9-18mm.
Dissect the history of horror, from it’s roots deep in Gothic literature, through B-movie status and director’s proving grounds to ultimate respectability as an important filmmaking genre. More information: http://filmmakeriq.com/lessons/a-brief-history-of-horror/
Using Photoshop and After Effects, you’ll learn how to take a still photograph of a room and instantly convert it into 3D space. This simple trick is great for creating scene recreations or dynamic video intros.
Felix from The Phoblographer spotted some new Kodak-branded Micro Four Thirds lenses at the PhotoPlus Expo in New York. The lenses are fast and manual focus only: 25mm f/0.95, 50mm f/1.1 and 8mm f/3 fisheye. The price of every lens is $400 which sounds very good, but we don’t know how the lens will perform […]