GRCADE Filmmakers Thread

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PostRe: GRCADE Filmmakers Thread
by DML » Fri Feb 08, 2013 12:33 am

Green Gecko wrote:And then graduation happened.

I know that feel bro.


Its been hard I won't lie, but I did a few things. Worked on Tony the Tiger commercials, did a animated museum tour, and started working at Framestore. It was only when they started handing out the P45s at the company that I had a complete re-evaluation.

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PostRe: GRCADE Filmmakers Thread
by Exxy » Fri Feb 08, 2013 2:41 am

Made a short film for my first year Scriptwriting module. Decent fun. Filmed on two Canon 60D's at 1080p with a Maranz recorder hooked up to a Rode mic for audio. Few different lenses used, can't remember specifics, 50mm and 24mm were definitely used though. Amazing how much difference some basic lighting (reflectors) and a nice camera made to the look of the film. Looked far more professional than we expected.

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by Mr Yoshi » Fri Feb 08, 2013 6:48 pm

Exxy wrote:Made a short film for my first year Scriptwriting module. Decent fun. Filmed on two Canon 60D's at 1080p with a Maranz recorder hooked up to a Rode mic for audio. Few different lenses used, can't remember specifics, 50mm and 24mm were definitely used though. Amazing how much difference some basic lighting (reflectors) and a nice camera made to the look of the film. Looked far more professional than we expected.


Exactly what I'm hoping to do.

Anyone here had any experience with Glidecams? I want to do a few moving shots with a DSLR but not sure whether I should go with a simple rig or one of these.

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PostRe: GRCADE Filmmakers Thread
by Mr Yoshi » Mon Mar 04, 2013 3:37 pm

Folks! Bought the D600 and messed around with it, Premiere and some grading at the weekend. Basic stuff, feedback welcome.


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PostRe: GRCADE Filmmakers Thread
by Bacon » Mon Mar 04, 2013 4:55 pm

Quality is nice and crisp man! congrats. Loved the dancing sax man! :P

A bit dark in places and the ISO could have done with being bumped up a bit in a few parts, that's my only bit of criticism - but good framing all around- particularly love the shot @ 3.55

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PostRe: GRCADE Filmmakers Thread
by Mr Yoshi » Mon Mar 04, 2013 5:15 pm

Bacon wrote:Quality is nice and crisp man! congrats. Loved the dancing sax man! :P

A bit dark in places and the ISO could have done with being bumped up a bit in a few parts, that's my only bit of criticism - but good framing all around- particularly love the shot @ 3.55


Thanks! And yes, the darkness was exaggerated a little too much in post. But kind words. Wouldn't mind having a crack at something with a narrative next and messing around with indoor lighting.

Still, relieved that it came out as well as it did. Some of the shots we're really sharp, and I was taking a gamble choosing Nikon for video.


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