How would you like 3D and 4k programming at the TV level? If you're early in your adoption of new technology and you've already been watching regular programming in 3D and 4k, great job, and please tell us how you like it. If you're like me and make it to the theater to watch 3D movies far less than desired, what's your take on 3D and 4k, two formats that make for very different viewing?
The Blackmagic Cinema Camera features a 2.5K image sensor with a wide 13 stops of dynamic range for a true digital film camera. It comes with a built-in SSD recorder, open standard uncompressed RAW and compressed file formats, compatibility with quality EF or Passive Micro Four Thirds lenses, LCD touchscreen monitoring and metadata entry. Lens is not included.
We're happy to announce the winner of the GoPro Hero 3 camera Black edition contest. Congratulations to Michele and Anthony Holzwarth! Anthony is an independent filmmaker and multimedia developer. He does all forms of multimedia but he really loves Film, Animation/ VFX. His company is Z23 Studios, located in Pittsburgh, PA. His work can be seen on YouTube and Vimeo. Michele works with him as his assistant on films, videos, weddings and such.
For the last challenge, we had you improve the color of your shots using traditional color correction techniques like curves, levels, and hue/saturation. For challenge 7, we're turning our attention to sound effects.
As a reminder, everyone who participates gets a complementary 3-month subscription to Videomaker Plus!
Videomaker has a new free report, Optimizing your Video for YouTube Search: Get More Views for your Video. Video creators and filmmakers like to say that great video content will always find its audience. Unfortunately, that's not exactly right. While it's true that you won't attract an audience without having interesting and relevant content, it's only part of the equation. Even amazing videos can languish in obscurity if they're not promoted properly. This is the problem that stumps too many video creators. You might be a master when it comes to creating videos, but how do you get people to come watch them?
Before I dive into Challenge 5, I really want to thank everyone who participated in last week's challenge. Don't ask me why, but those cheesy transitions crack me up every time. They're especially hilarious when paired with otherwise serious content.
So that brings us to the next challenge! For the last couple of weeks we've asked for submissions that are usualy made up of footage that many of you already had in the can. This time we want you to go shoot something new.