Hey guys, hope you are all well. We have just launched a huge sale over at Sonniss in celebration of Halloween 2015. (You might want to check it out). There are some great deals to be had this week on many popular indie sound libraries from people like Coll Anderson, SoundBits, Detunized, SoundMorph, etc (over 200+ are on sale).
Panasonic GH4 for shooting video is gonna be my new my camera very soon. I'm wondering what I should do about the lenses...
Should I buy a new one like Olympus 12-40mm 2.8 or buy a Metabones and use my Sigma 17-50 2.8?
I've been watching at some videos in youtube/vimeo and I really have the feeling that Sigma is not sharp enough... am I right? Any opinions about that?
I have been creating amateur videos, subject wild life, mostly birds for about 15 years. All of my video has been made on foot or in hides. Both of these methods work OK with a tripod. I have been using camcorders. You don't have to be able to read between the lines to see that a professional video maker would cast me to one side. But I have hit a problem.
Filmmakers Drinking Bourbon is a new podcast targeted for filmmakers and lovers of fine bourbon alike. In this week's episode, Cincinnati video production director Brandon Faris and cinematographer Alex Elkins talk with Videomaker's Editor in Chief about filmmaking, video production and their common love of movies.
Video resolution has come a long way since the days of video camcorders, but the drive for higher resolutions has woken everyone up to the fact that when it comes to networking files and uploading them to the Internet, "bigger" isn't necessarily better.
Don’t let it be said that animation requires secrecy. As a case in point, Pixar, the Academy Award-winning film studio and wholly owned subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company, announced recently the intention of making available an open source software said to simplify animation for small studios looking to make their movies look like "the big boys.”
5th San Francisco Green Film Festival May 28 - June 3, 2015 Make your environmental film part of the Bay Area's leading festival for films & discussions about people and the planet. Submit your film online or download the form now at: http://greenfilmfest.org/submit DEADLINES Early Bird: December 12, 2014 Regular: January 9, 2015 Late: January 16, 2015
Hello! My name is Erin and I am independant female filmmaker. I recently completed my first fictional short, One Two Three Two One, and it was selected to be part of The Audience Awards avant-garde short film competition. Please check out my film and vote for it! Get familiar with The Audience Awards, too, they're a great resource independent filmmakers and an innovative alternative to the traditional film festival. http://theaudienceawards.com/film/one-two-three-two-one-14238