Hey everyone... I just wanted to post some examples of infrared and thermal videography. These were shot using a FLIR portable camera... more for industrial diagnostics use than typical video, but I thought it still might be of interest to folks on this forum.
We recently made a KICK Light review video discussing the pros and cons of the light from a video professional view. We wanted to share it with you to see what feedback people may have about the KICK light
Hey, Im in the market for a 3d program. So these (cinema 4d and maya) were some programs that looked pretty good, and I wondered what the differences were. Am I right in thinking theyre both made by Autodesk? And then again, I couldnt find the eula for the cinema 4d student edition... is it limited in some way as compared to the standard? I do have after effects right now, and blender, but its been really hard to integrate 3d so I was also looking into videocopilots element 3d.
We may become documentarians, wedding videographers, broadcast cameramen or indie filmmakers, but one thing holds true for almost everyone who works in the medium of video: We first became intrigued by moving pictures from watching Hollywood genre movies as kids. And no wonder!
We always like to call attention to dedicated creative people who are making big things with video, who can do more with less. That's why we were so excited to see the video work of The Movie President. The Movie President is the brainchild of Kevin A. Millward, a film student at Northern Kentucky University. Kevin's movies are a great example of what indie video creators can accomplish, making great entertainment on a shoestring budget.