And now, we are starting to see things that really did look like magic a few years ago, and one of them is the subject of this article: digitally correcting lens aberrations so that you end up with a better image that you could expect through optics alone.
A day in the life of a 3D artist | CreativeBlog
Actually no, the life of a freelancer is fraught with the dangers of missed deadlines, angry clients, an ever increasing workload and non payments. So why do it? Why not remove the stress from your working life and go corporate.
The Camera's Cusp: Alfonso Cuarón Takes Filmmaking to a New Extreme With Gravity | Vulture
“We are not editing our life. It’s only when we remember our life that we edit it. Alfonso is interested in this point of view where the audience’s point of view integrates with the characters’ point of view in a way that there are no interpretations. It’s more pure.”
KEEP YOUR EYES ON THE TALENT WITH THIS QUICK FOCUS PULLING TIP | The Black & Blue
Have you ever been pulling focus and found yourself off the mark during that split-second in which you glanced between the actor in a scene and your marks on the follow focus? It only takes a split second for the focus to go soft. By that time, the camera operator mutters, "Buzzy" and you know you're going to need another take.
Exclusive Webinar: The Anatomy of a 4K Feature | ProVideoCoalition
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Listen to a discussion that comes out of the "How we make movies" event from RED Studios, Hollywood. Recorded in front of a live audience, Director Jeremy Torrie & Gary Jackemuk, colorist and DI Artist, discussed the benefits and challenges of creating a 4K workflow for their film, Path of Souls, while adopting the latest technologies to finish the film remotely. Path of Souls, a Cannes 2013 La Marche Du Film entry, was shot with RED Epic and finished with ASSIMILATE SCRATCH in 4K.
FREE REPORT: THE ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO BUILDING A HOME STUDIO | VideoMaker
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There are many reasons why building a home studio could be right for you. Perhaps you want to make your interviews look more professional with a variety of backdrops or a chromakey setup. Or maybe you need more lighting control for product shots.
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Business Skills for Artists Series, Part #2: Crowd Sourced Funding
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