Malibu along the Pacific Coast Highway. My favorite place to catch the sunset
Over the past 4 months I spent my free time recording this infrared time-lapse video around the Lake of Constance in southern Germany (roughly 300 hours). For the recording I used a modified Canon EOS 750D and edited everything in Lightroom and After Effects
I'm new here and this is my first post. I've been clicking pictures for a long time but I recently developed interest in shooting videos. Did an unplanned shoot with a friend while we were touring around the streets of Bangkok. Need some honest opinions and reviews on the this video. Would like to know what's and what's bad and...
I tried to video my morning workout in a cinematic way. Although I wanted to have a storyline but could not achieve it. Would love to get your feedback on the flow of the video, the footage and the editing. And what can I do better for similar video
Camera: Canon 80D
Lenses: Sigma 30mm 1.4, Tokina 11-16 2.8
Recently I've published a short film of mine which was mostly for practicing some new tools and techniques.
You can also check the VFX breakdown from the film here:
Some advice please if I may - I'm shooting some video this week.
Interiors - slow panning - video - natural light - my question is:
What exposure and video settings will get best sharp results with my DSLR (Canon 5D iv with Atomos Ninja Blade ProRes 422).
I've done some tests and come up with this:
Had the chance to try out the RX0 against some... or with some fire dancers.
Have not yet cracked the colour grading - but I got to say, I am impressed with how the slow-motion renders flame. (Slow motion filmed at 1000-1200 iso, 240 fps, played back at 25 fps) Regular shots are filmed at 300-400 iso, 25 fps. All at F4.
A short film inspired by racing video games. Addressing the awareness of car seat belt, illegal street racing & driving whilst using a mobile phone
Hey everyone my name is Munesh and I'm a NYC based filmmaker and actor, I hope to work with many of you in the near future :)
Hi! I'm a photographer-filmmaker and I'm looking for a new laptop to editing, I have a list of a couple of laptops but I don't know which one of all these is a really good choice, so if you can help me it would be great (sorry for bad english)
Aspire E5-575G-55KK 15.6inch
Intel i5 7200U 2.50GHz
8GB RAM DDR4
Hey Guys, just figured I'd Share my first short film with everyone that I am entering into a contest. The requirement was to shoot it everything only on my phone. Let me know what you guys think!
I'm Aaron King. My buddy Brendon and I spent last year getting content for our YouTube channel and Weekly Podcast that came out in September. So still pretty new to all this. Just 5 months in now.
We are open to harsh critiques. Watch the videos and let us know if you any ideas of what we could do better. Definitely...
This is my first venture into video. I'm really trying to use Youtube to expose more to my photography, but I feel like theres probably a lot I could do better, any help in this endeavor would be awesome. Please let me know what I could do better.
Thought you guys might enjoy this look back at a year in latex! Thanks to all the models, designers, photographers, events and everyone involved!
Has this happened to any of you? Lately I've been hired to shoot for a short surf movie. I'm also not the only shooter, there are four of us. The director of the film used to date a video editor, so she's decided to edit the film herself. And it's really not going well. She's calling it a grassroots film when she describes it to others, and...
I am looking for a (cheap) camera with a clean HDMI output to capture this output with a computer / capture device. Any advice here? I do not mind DSLR or mirror less.
I am looking for a little criticism on this reel. I am not sure if this is the right place for it so I will delete it if it is mis-categorized.
Hey guys and gals,
I'm new to the group and wanted to introduce myself. I am a director and cinematographer with over 15 years of experience and I'd love to share stories and get into some really great conversations here! I figured that I could start with my take on Insert shots.
Let's talk about David Fincher. He is an all around...
Welcome to the new group, would love to hear about your favorite video set-up that you use! And of course, many of us use DSLRs!
Here in the office we usually set up two Nikon D750s with a 24-70mm and a 70-200mm lens. Personally I shoot with a Canon 7d and my nifty 50 1.8 (I lovingly call it my bouncy ball lens), or...