Color grading tips for photographers venturing to video


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In today’s digital age, it has become common for photographers to venture into creating videos as content creators. As with photography, color grading is also a major component of the video workflow. If you’ve just started, chances are, you’ve already taken on the hard road to learning the craft and made some mistakes along the […]

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Searchie – a New Tool You Want to Think About Using


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Why Searchie?

Searchie is amazing.

Searchie is new… well, it’s over a year old, but it still has that new car smell.

Searchie will change the way you manage your content.

Really.

So why am I so excited about searchie?

And why have I created not just one, but two sites about searchie called searchiepro and searchiehubs?

And how the heck does it apply to filmmaking?

Let’s start with that question.

Searchie is:

Working with video and your mirrorless camera


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A very popular use for mirrorless cameras is to use them for recording video from interviews to long-form content. What are the settings that you need to know when recording video with a mirrorless camera? In this chapter, instructor Richard Harrington walks you through how to work with your mirrorless camera to shoot video. Want […]

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Working with video and your mirrorless camera


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A very popular use for mirrorless cameras is to use them for recording video from interviews to long-form content. What are the settings that you need to know when recording video with a mirrorless camera? In this chapter, instructor Richard Harrington walks you through how to work with your mirrorless camera to shoot video. Want […]

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48 kHz Alliance Warning label is born


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Just as in the past, we have seen enslaving practices from video camera and mobile telephone manufacturers, now we see it with software developers and even some hardware manufacturers. I have published plenty about segregated cameras (which artificially limit available framerates by region for strategic marketing reasons) versus worldcams (which freely offer all of their available framerates despite the region). I have also written about locked (enslaved) cellular phones which (often artificially) restrict their use to the original mobile telephone and Internet data provider. In 2019, I created the 48 kHz Alliance, and today I am launching a virtual

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48 kHz Alliance Warning label is born


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Just as in the past, we have seen enslaving practices from video camera and mobile telephone manufacturers, now we see it with software developers and even some hardware manufacturers. I have published plenty about segregated cameras (which artificially limit available framerates by region for strategic marketing reasons) versus worldcams (which freely offer all of their available framerates despite the region). I have also written about locked (enslaved) cellular phones which (often artificially) restrict their use to the original mobile telephone and Internet data provider. In 2019, I created the 48 kHz Alliance, and today I am launching a virtual

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FIELD NOTES FOLLOW-UP: BEHIND THE SCENES


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Looking back on the 8-episode documentary series I made for the Luminous Landscape. Over the last eighteen months Luminous Landscape has published a series of documentary shorts about some of North America’s most inspiring landscapes and the photographers that specialize in capturing them. We started with a profile of Charles Martin in the bayous of [Read More]

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FIELD NOTES FOLLOW-UP: BEHIND THE SCENES


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Looking back on the 8-episode documentary series I made for the Luminous Landscape. Over the last eighteen months Luminous Landscape has published a series of documentary shorts about some of North America’s most inspiring landscapes and the photographers that specialize in capturing them. We started with a profile of Charles Martin in the bayous of [Read More]

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FIELD NOTES FOLLOW-UP: BEHIND THE SCENES


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Looking back on the 8-episode documentary series I made for the Luminous Landscape. Over the last eighteen months Luminous Landscape has published a series of documentary shorts about some of North America’s most inspiring landscapes and the photographers that specialize in capturing them. We started with a profile of Charles Martin in the bayous of [Read More]

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EVOLVING YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY INTO CINEMATOGRAPHY. Episode 04 (of 5). – Camera Support


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 The goal of this educational series is to provide inspiration on how you can successfully transition your photography into cinematography.  Often, when photographers start working with a video camera, they can misplace the voice they’ve worked so hard to develop in photography.  The energy of their typical practice somehow gets lost in the translation to [Read More]

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EVOLVING YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY INTO CINEMATOGRAPHY. Episode 04 (of 5). – Camera Support


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 The goal of this educational series is to provide inspiration on how you can successfully transition your photography into cinematography.  Often, when photographers start working with a video camera, they can misplace the voice they’ve worked so hard to develop in photography.  The energy of their typical practice somehow gets lost in the translation to [Read More]

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FX6 Q&A LiveStream (recording) with me Alister Chapman.


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I recently did a 90 minute long livestream Q&A in association with Visual Impact. Lots of topics covered from AF to S-Cinetone.
Topics covered:

S-Cinetone,   Differences between the FX6 and FX9,   interlace output, AF zones and touch screen,   using it in low temperatures,   the LCD screen,   3rd party lenses and AF,    differences between FS5/FS7 etc,   Dynamic range,   image quality,   raw output,   tuning the AF,    Eye AF,    Scan modes and crops,   SD cards and recording media,   changing the custom mode look using LUTs,   Adjusting the knee to make the FX6 broadcast safe,   High base ISO and noise,   Scene Continue reading “FX6 Q&A LiveStream (recording) with me Alister Chapman.”

FX6 Q&A LiveStream (recording) with me Alister Chapman.


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I recently did a 90 minute long livestream Q&A in association with Visual Impact. Lots of topics covered from AF to S-Cinetone.
Topics covered:

S-Cinetone,   Differences between the FX6 and FX9,   interlace output, AF zones and touch screen,   using it in low temperatures,   the LCD screen,   3rd party lenses and AF,    differences between FS5/FS7 etc,   Dynamic range,   image quality,   raw output,   tuning the AF,    Eye AF,    Scan modes and crops,   SD cards and recording media,   changing the custom mode look using LUTs,   Adjusting the knee to make the FX6 broadcast safe,   High base ISO and noise,   Scene Continue reading “FX6 Q&A LiveStream (recording) with me Alister Chapman.”

A Look at the NEW Sigma 35 and 65mm Contemporary DG DN f/2 Lenses on a Panasonic S5.


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A Look at the NEW Sigma 35 and 65mm  I series f/2 Lenses on a Panasonic S5. By Steve Huff My video look at the new 35 and 65mm f/2 full frame lenses from Sigma […]

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A Look at the NEW Sigma 35 and 65mm Contemporary DG DN f/2 Lenses on a Panasonic S5.


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A Look at the NEW Sigma 35 and 65mm  I series f/2 Lenses on a Panasonic S5. By Steve Huff My video look at the new 35 and 65mm f/2 full frame lenses from Sigma […]

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A Look at the NEW Sigma 35 and 65mm Contemporary DG DN f/2 Lenses on a Panasonic S5.


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A Look at the NEW Sigma 35 and 65mm  I series f/2 Lenses on a Panasonic S5. By Steve Huff My video look at the new 35 and 65mm f/2 full frame lenses from Sigma […]

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Devices To Make a Photographer’s Life Easier (Podcast 725)


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RØDE VideoMicro Mic with Windshield
Occasionally I find things that once I own, I can’t imagine being without, so today I share five devices that make what we do that little bit easier.
 

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Devices To Make a Photographer’s Life Easier (Podcast 725)


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RØDE VideoMicro Mic with Windshield
Occasionally I find things that once I own, I can’t imagine being without, so today I share five devices that make what we do that little bit easier.
 

FX9 Guide Videos


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Here are the guide videos I produced for Sony about the FX9.  These videos cover most of the key features of the camera whether that’s shooting using S-Cinetone or S-log3 and Cine EI. Each video includes instructions on how to use the different modes as well as some guidance on things to watch out for. 

 

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FX9 Guide Videos


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Here are the guide videos I produced for Sony about the FX9.  These videos cover most of the key features of the camera whether that’s shooting using S-Cinetone or S-log3 and Cine EI, farme rates and scan modes. Each video includes instructions on how to use the different modes as well as some guidance on things to watch out for.  Some of the videos were produced with version 1 firmware so there are now some changes to the base modes, previously you had Custom  Mode and Cine EI, now you have SDR – HDR – CineEI where SDR Continue reading “FX9 Guide Videos”