How many times have you wanted to setup a tracking dolly shot but didn't because you didn't have a dolly, rails, etc.? Depending on where you're shooting and how much room you have to work with if you've got a car, you've got a dolly! Here's a vid from Vimeo's Video Filmmaker School that gives some solid tips on how you can put your wheels to good use....
It's been a while since I've put anything up but. To make up for lost time, here's a really good comparison of the new Blackmagic Designs Cinema Camera and the Canon 5D MkIII by One River Media. The video takes a comprehensive look at sharpness, dynamic range, rolling shutter and much more. At 15min, it's longer than the typical internet attention span but well worth the watch if your interested in using these two cameras.
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?
Got the shakes? If you’re shooting GoPro videos, there’s nothing worse than not being able to provide for a smooth and stable video. Aeon, a robotic handheld stabilizer, might be just the thing to steady your hand.
Pinnacle, a part of the Corel Family, has announced updates to their video editing software, Pinnacle Studio, to provide the consumer with professional movie-making results. The Pinnacle Studio 19 family consists of three versions: Pinnacle Studio 19 Ultimate, Pinnacle Studio 19 Plus and Pinnacle Studio 19.