Wedding cinematography is a very challenging business. The responsibility to safely/artistically capture such an important day is surely not for everyone. The number of ways to approach wedding cinematography comes close to the number of “newly married couples”… that is why it was truly encouraging to meet and talk to Alejandro Calore, who is a master at filming weddings. Carefully listening to his personal story and valuable advice in the interview above. If you are in this competitive business it might help you fine tune your strategy and workflow.Read more
After the really really enjoyable first episode of the Zacuto SCCE they have finally released the second of three episodes. Once again I cannot stress enough that if you’re a camera person you really shouldn’t miss the chance to see this beautifully edited piece of well done camera comparison!Read more
Filmmakers around the world have mentioned the Great Camera Shootout 2011, hosted by Zacuto many times this year, and while some people got the chance to see the resulting footage in full resolution in a theatre the rest of us has been waiting for Zacuto to publish it on the web.
And finally, the first episode is here and I cannot stress enough that if you’re a camera person you really shouldn’t miss the chance to see this beautifully edited piece of well done camera comparison!
by Jared Abrams | 10th March 2011
Here is a little Time Displacement video sent in by C5D Viewer Berkan Is. This is some very cool VFX. There was not a ton of info about the process. It was shot using a Canon 5D Mark II with a Canon 17-40mm f4 Zoom Lens.Read more
by Jared Abrams | 27th February 2011
Zack Mctee shot this video with a JAG35 handheld rig and a Canon 5D Mark II in NYC traffic. I grew up in New York and I can say first hand that it took some big stones to shoot this video. Here is a rip from the emil I received.Read more
by Jared Abrams | 20th February 2011
by Jared Abrams | 19th February 2011
Jason Ano sent me this link to an audio interview he did with film director Quentin Dupieux. According to Mr. Oizo, he used the inexpensive Canon lenses to shoot his film “Rubber”.He seems to think it is more about the camera and less about the lenses. The film looks pretty good. Here is a rip from Jason’s site.Read more
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