- Style of Northeastern New Territories – That’s What We Call Life Exhibition
- The Basics of Time Lapse Photography with Vincent Laforet from Canon
- 10 Important Lightroom Library Shortcuts and Tips
- Introducing the Phottix Mitros TTL Flash for Canon
- Better Color from LED Lights
- Video Tutorial – How To Shoot A Beverage Shot With Rob Grimm
- DC Home 12 周年站聚相片精華
- First Look at Annie Leibovitz’s New Disney Dream Project Featuring Taylor Swift
- Behind The Scene Video on Jameson Whiskey Product Shoot
- Behind The Scene Video On A Magazine Shoot
Those were the days
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A month ago, Joachem de Vet did this piece showcasing other filmmakers on Vimeo using the Sony A-77 (just like I do). His story:
This video contains work from various filmmakers.
As a former Canon user I have made the switch to the Sony A77. Soon I began noticing that there was little talk on the web about the Sony Alpha A77′s video/film capabilities. The A77 is not embraced by the videographing community. My idea is that it should be, because it is one the most powerful hdslr’s on the market. To showcase the power and beauty of the A77 I’ve selected a few clips from talented filmmakers on Vimeo who had the guts to switch and try something new.
Julian van Buul
Rebecca Peake – Super Bowl Infinity
Source – Joachem de Vet
Now this new Sidekick Follow Focus from Jag35.com looks really interesting. A simple design with no bells and whistles, fits the bill when you want to go lean shooting off a monopod with no extra weight. A bit hefty though as this baby is going for US$199.99. More information can be found on Jag35.com’s website, link here.
Source – Jag35.com
Scheimpflug Employees Jason Kolsch, and Jayson Jordan unboxed the Nikon D4 and made a quick movie, capturing it using the Phantom Gold with Zeiss CP2 Macro lenses. The scene was lit with a K5600 Joker 800, and two 400’s. Colby Moore was the Phantom Technician and editor.
Too lazy to read the manual or finding the manual a bit to dull or not enough when it comes to explanations for different functions, wishing there’s more examples to demonstrate the new features, well, this book might just be for you.
The Canon 5D Mark III Experience – The Still Photography Guide to Operation and Image Creation is an e book user’s guide that goes beyond the manual to help you learn the features, settings, and controls of this sophisticated, powerful, and highly customizable camera. Most importantly, it explains not only how but also when and why to use the features, settings, and controls in your photography.
For Experienced Photographers to get up and running with the 5D Mark III:
For experienced photographers coming to the 5D Mk III from the 5DII, 7D, 60D,etc., this guide explains the new and advanced features in order to quickly get you up and running and taking advantage of these capabilities, including the sophisticated new 61 Point Autofocus System and all its Modes, Area Modes, Menu options and AF Case Presets. Plus it explains the new camera controls, the in-camera HDR and Multiple Exposures features, introduces the new video capabilities, and guides you through all the 5D MK III Menu and Custom Function items in order to help you best set up the camera and its controls for your specific shooting needs.
Example images from Canon 5D Mark III Experience:
Metering Modes, Autofocus Area Modes, HDR Shooting Mode, Comparative Playback.
You can preview Canon 5D Mark III Experience at the following link. The preview shows the Table of Contents and Introduction, sample 5D Mark III Menu Settings pages, Custom Functions pages, Camera Controls pages, and sample text pages from the PDF version:
click to Preview Canon 5D Mark III Experience ……. more after the jump
The best comparison video made to-date in my opinion, funny as hell. A must watch video this Easter. Biased? a bit.. find out yourself.
Source – Crisislab
This past week, Joe Marine over at NoFilmSchool had a 2-part review on the Canon EOS 5DMKIII vs the Nikon D800 out where Joe looked intensively at the design and operation side of both cameras in another different aspect, one from HDSLR shooter’s view. The links to his review as follow -
Source – NoFilmSchool
Back in November we showed you a quick preview on the Edelkrone Rigs. Got a note from the guys over at Edelkrone saying that their new site is up instead of the old eBay product page. Prices are lot lower now and the new product line are just simply awesome, you have to check it out to believe it. The above video shows their Modular 7 system, simply AWESOME. You can check out of of their product video over at their Vimeo Page.
Source – Edelkrone
What can you buy for US$50? how about a follow focus for your DSLR? The 50-Dollar Follow Focus is one of the more innovative camera gear project following the CineSkates Camera Sliders on Kickstarter. The project is fully funded already and with another 13 more days to go until launch date. Check it out on their Kickstarter page here. I pledged mine already and sure looks like a good deal, international shipping available.
The DSLR Cinematography Guide from NoFilmSchool is truly the ultimate guide to cinematography on a DSLR. The 114-pages guide can be download free from NoFilmSchool, link here. There is also an online version here.
This from the Introduction of the Guide, “Digital cinematography is changing so rapidly these days that a printed book on the subject will likely be outdated by the time it reaches store shelves; this is especially true when it comes to the rapid release cycle of DSLRs. Up-to-date information can be found on online forums, but forums lack the organizing principles of a book, and as a result it can take a ludicrously long time to piece together reliable information (I spent months forum-surfing to assemble my own camera package). Thus, this guide: I hope it saves readers money they would’ve otherwise spent on an out-of-date book, and I hope it saves forums from so many newbie — sorry, “n00b” — questions.”
Check it out.
Source – NoFilmSchool