I have been shooting a lot of podcast episodes for the Home Film School Student series and thought I would share how we shoot and put one of them together.
A Simple solution to removing those nasty brown horizontal band lines from your DSLR video footage using Final Cut Pro’s 3 Way Color Corrector.
Excuse my cold. I see this problem a lot online in forum posts, Vimeo videos, and even Jem Schofield runs into it. While the best way to deal with it is not to shoot under older florescence lights, there is a way to fix previously capture footage.
The HDSLR Mobile Hybrid Rig is a response to the HDSLR revolution combining stills and video in production. This rig was conceived for the shooter who desires a quick and mobile solution for both DSLR video and stills. The idea was a rig that would offer stabilization for video while still offering a small form factor for photography.
Below are links to where you can find the gear and accessories mentioned in the podcast.Read More…
The Digital Cinema Society recently hosted a HDSLR event in Hollywood where several experts shared their knowledge on using these cameras. You can view the Quick Time files on there website here.
Here is the event descriptionRead More…
I have recently been following the SCENEBLOCK gang, and have really enjoyed their work and projects. Recently they shared a great little DIY project to improve the quality of the tiny built in mics on Canon DSLRs. I am definitely going to give this a shot and would like to see how well it performs in several different sound environments.
Check out this video showing some results of the muff being attached, then check out the guide.Read More…