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From Geishas to Shrines: Travel to the Heart of Japan – a BTS Interview with AmnesiArt
“Through genuine moments of Japanese lifestyle, this film shows the harmony of coexistence between tradition and modernity.”
How to Shoot Beautiful Wedding Films
Doing the double dip, shooting photos and video of a wedding, is no small task. We talk all the time about wedding photos and how to create beautiful images that your clients will love. But we don’t cover wedding videos nearly as much, so today I have some great tips for you on how to shoot beautiful wedding films that your clients will cherish for the rest of their lives.
How to Edit RAW Files for a Film Look Using SLR Lounge Preset System
Earlier this week I showed you the outcome of my film vs. digital experiment comparing skin tones in straight out…
Why Film? An Interview with Film Photographer Sara Story
Spokane Film Photographer Sara Story’s portraiture caught my eye some months ago when I began seeing her work in a…
What is best for your film? Sliders, Jibs, or Stabilizers?
What type of camera movement is best for your film? Is it more conducive to a running handheld shot? Maybe a slow slider pan, or maybe an advanced jib/crane shot? or how about a silky smooth running stabilizer shot!
Backup your Film Archives with this Smartphone Film Scanner
This new device called the Lomography Smartphone Film Scanner allows users to “scan” old 35mm film negatives into their iOS or Android smartphone. It’s a really neat idea for a way to one up your instagram friends, post lomo shots of actual film negatives.
Film Making App Highlight: Shot Lister
Are you a Filmmaker? Are you tired of constantly needing to write down shot lists on paper and scribbling around them as you need to make changes? Well then you need to check out this app, it is called Shot Lister and it is going to save you a lot of time.
The Absolute Game Changer in Video Stabilization: MōVI 3-Axis Stabilizer
In the world of camera and videography, there are only a handful of true game changers. According to Vincent Laforet, the MōVI 3-axis video stabilizer is definitely going to be a game changer that can revolutionize the way film is shot from Hollywood down to the Indie cinematographers. Very exciting!