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If you work in post-production (or just love great movies), chances are you’ve come across Vashi Nedomansky’s work. He an acclaimed ACE editor who has not only cut 11 feature films, but was also tasked with creating the post workflows for Deadpooland David Fincher’s Gone Girl.
Throughout our conversation, Vashi and I cover a whole lot of ground – Starting from the very first few jobs he booked after retiring from professional hockey, all the way through to lessons learned after two decades in the business. We touch on the common pitfalls that plague many editors today, the critical importance of sound, philosophical and career advice for filmmakers, and so much more.
This one is a must listen for all filmmakers!
This is Episode 68: Editing Hollywood Feature Films With Vashi Nedomansky, ACE
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How to find the STORY in ANYTHING [Beware the zombies]
If you are coming to NAB I am doing 3 live talks for FUJI on the Monday at 1030 am and 4pm and on Tuesday at 12pm. I am also doing talks for Atomos on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday all at 230pm, plus a panel at 11am on the Wednesday. This edit downloadable in ProRes […]
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4K Slow Motion Backdraft
How to Rack Focus Your Camera Lens – 4 Methods Showing the Basics
OK so on this one let’s start with a little theory!
There are two terms used when referring to changing the focal length of the camera during a shot and subsequently what is or is not in focus.
The first is “Rack Focus” and the second is “Pull Focus.”
These two terms tend to get used interchangeably…
Creative Cinematic Shots Made Easy
Great camera goes only as far as the lenses you pair it with. The amazing Blackmagic Design Pocket Cinema 4K camera is no exception.
I have previously tested and showed how different lens adapters work on this camera, specially when you plan on using full frame cinema lenses and APS-C lenses. Now I want to show you what you can expect with various native lenses that have the micro four thirds lens mount. Some lenses I think are a must but others I would say skip if you don’t want to spend money on something that will just take up space in your camera bag but will almost never get used.
Here are the lenses I show:
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Is your live stream all that you want it to be? If it’s not, it is very likely that budget is part of the reason why. Here, are some simple (cost effective) improvement measures.
It’s probably easy to think of reasons why your stream is not everything you would like it to be. Most of them are likely financial. When that is the case, it can be easier to ignore the things that you can do because of what you can’t.But it is always a good idea to ask what could improve, given the same circumstances.
So, consider this article just that—a list of things to consider. Maybe, they won’t all be applicable, but something on this list will definitely make your live stream better. Who knows, maybe a little improvement will free up some finances for some. So, with that in mind, put all the reasons why these ideas won’t work aside. Try them, because nearly every house of worship has room to grow, even if there isn’t capital to buy new equipment.
1. Make better use of what you have
Let’s start by taking a close look at your stream and possible changes that don’t involve money. Are you using your equipment as a pro would? Where have you said, “That doesn’t apply to us?” Reconsider it if you have.
2. Ensure better shot selection
Remember who your audience is and where they’re viewing your stream. They’re not sitting in the seats in your sanctuary. They don’t have the advantage of seeing the “wide shot” in person. All they have is the stream. Click here to read the full article.
Editing Tricks: Reaction Shots