by Film Riot
A picture is worth a thousand words. So watch this picture, and learn…
Cinecom is a video production company founded in 2012 by Jordy Vandeput. Started as a local business producing commercials and corporate films, it took a new turn in 2014 by focusing on the international market with educational videos.
Creative PREMIERE PRO Tutorials, CAMERA Tips, LIGHTING Techniques and CINEMATOGRAPHY lessons. Hosted by Jordy Vandeput.
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Created using real handheld motion, this free video pack gives your videos more a more dynamic real-feel.There are 4 focal lenghts; wide angle, normal lens, tele and super tele. Every focal length has a normal and heavy motion variation.
The movement was created with the effect ‘Transform’, which allows you to enable or disable motion blur on the camera movement. Enabling this, makes the handheld movement more realistic on your footage.
Check out the rest of Cinecom’s tutorials here.
Learn how to attach videos or any object compositions to the wall or ground in your footage in Adobe After Effects CC 2017 in this tutorial. We will be using the 3d Camera Motion Tracker tool along with track solid compositions to create our final result!
Many shooters will stress that investing in good lenses is more important than buying fancy camera bodies. In general, lenses have a longer lifespan than camera bodies, because while new video cameras are being made every year, the technology in optics just doesn’t advance as fast. There are lenses made decades ago that, with proper adapters, can be mounted to modern cameras and still produce stunning results.
So where do you begin in buying lenses? This article will help you understand some of the features that separate lenses as well as get a feel for a sampling of lenses on the market today.
The mount type is the first thing you need to consider with lenses. Every camera manufacturer has a different system for connecting lenses to their cameras. This connection is known as the mount. When you get a new lens, you need to make sure it will attach to your camera. Some of the most common mount systems for DSLR and mirrorless systems right now are: Canon EF, Nikon F, Sony E mount, and Micro Four Thirds (MFT).
Another important factor of your lens purchase is the sensor format of your camera. The main types of sensors to consider here are, from largest to smallest: Full Frame, Crop Sensor (APS-C) and Micro Four Thirds. MFT is both a sensor size and a mount type. Since full frame sensors are the largest, lenses made to cover a full frame will provide an image large enough to cover a smaller sensor, meaning they’ll work fine. But, if you use a lens made for a crop sensor on a full frame camera, the image will only cover a portion of the sensor, creating heavy vignetting of your image. Unless you very specifically want this look, avoid using a lens made for a smaller sensor on a larger format camera.
The main types of sensors to consider here are, from largest to smallest: Full Frame, Crop Sensor (APS-C) and Micro Four Thirds.
Some manufacturers use different mount subsystems that represent the sensor size as well. For example, the Canon EF mount is a full-frame mount, while the EF-S is for Canon crop sensors. EF mount lenses will work on an EF-S cameras, but EF-S mount lenses will not even attach to an EF mount system.
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One of the challenges we face as filmmakers and videographers is learning how to use a new camera. With the hundreds of features associated with mirrorless and DSLR cameras, the staggering amount of new information and capabilities can be overwhelming.
Fortunately, YouTube is loaded with tutorials that put these cameras in the hands of the best in the business. Let’s take a look a few informative tutorials and demos for some of the most popular mirrorless and DSLR cameras on the market.
See them all from Logan Baker on Premiumbeat.
Digital cameras are getting more powerful and smaller each year, with mega pixels counts and other features increasing at a breath taking rate but step away from the consumer devices and there are some truly amazing cameras being used.
In this video we’ll look at some of the most amazing cameras in the world today and coming soon.
Digitalglobe Worldview-3 0:26
Highest resolution surveillance camera ARGUS-IS 1:55
The most powerful camera, the LSST 3:57
Fastest camera’s in the world 5:19
Smallest camera in the world 7:19
More detail on each camera can be found here.