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HitFilm Express would be my first recommendation, but Premiere Pro could work as well if you don’t layer on effects. Resolve works as well, but is heavily GPU-dependent, and so probably wouldn’t do well on your system. HitFilm Express and Resolve are free, Premiere Pro you can grab a trial copy for a week to test. Try one or more of them out first with a very basic edit and see what works for you before committing to an entire project.
To Levio McLaren,
I have an A7RII and I love it. But it truly depends what you want out of your photography. Packed with many modern technologies that rival Canon & Nikon branded cameras severly lack. Wifi, the ability to see your exposure as you're taking the shot. Focus peaking is a massive advantage when you consider the Sony a7 series cameras can host almost any lens ever created. If you already have a lens collection all you need is the camera itself and some adapters to your lenses (very affordable & easily found on the internet) and you will still using all your favourite lenses on an incredible image sensor with class leading dynamic range and plenty of resolving power at 36mp.
It's in the post-prod as mentioned above.May 18, 2018 at 1:27 AM in reply to: I have some grain problems in my DSLR. Can you help me? #283457
This is just my opinion because this is a common problem to all DSLR users that I have encountered. Grainy pictures and images are more like an ISO issue. A faster shutter leads to darker images and, on high ISO settings, more noise.
Short Solution: Put your camera on Manual mode and tinker with the settings til you get an image you are relatively satisfied with. Make sure Auto-ISO settings are off.
Hope this one helps.
If you're a professional photographer/videographer (or someone who take down-payments for services, like anyone in the wedding industry) you should watch out for this scam. I agree with Jack Wolcott, this scam has been around for quite a long time already. It all starts with an innocent email until thye asked for your credit card number. So better be aware and cautious.February 5, 2018 at 7:33 PM in reply to: 7 lessons I’ve learnt since becoming a freelance cameraman. #278239
importance of white balance!
Edit your video format first into a format compatible with youtube then have an account there and upload your video.
Budgetwise I'd go for Panasonic but Sony is my favorite. You'll never go wrong with either of the two. Thanks for this thread. I will definitely follow this. I'd like to read what will the pro's take on this.January 29, 2018 at 10:49 PM in reply to: Considering becoming a non professional wedding videographer #278216
I have read an article about this. I just wanna share it to you https://www.adorama.com/alc/12-wedding-photography-tips-for-amateur-photographers. Just like you, I've been doing this for a couple of times already. I started doing it as a hobby until some friends and relatives asked me to do it for their weddings. I kinda enjoyed it. I am not a pro. I just enjoy doing it.
I agree with windowmm10. I use Canon too. Check this one https://www.adorama.com/alc/best-canon-lenses-for-wedding-photography. I hope this wil help you in choosing the right lens.