High-end cinematic images on low-end DSLRs. This video goes very in-depth into how the DSLR works – I cover everything you need to know about formats, codecs, and dynamic range in order to get the most cinematic images. I’ll be explaining how I creatively worked around the limitations of this low-end DSLR with a pretty bad codec and pretty bad dynamic range.
Be sure to check out its companion article as well: philipbloom.net/2013/09/06/part2/
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This is the second in a series of videos which go in-depth explaining how to use simple, affordable equipment to make high-quality cinematic films.
The first video was all about the gear: vimeo.com/71180315
The third video was all about Magic Lantern: vimeo.com/74376376
The fourth video was all about Postproduction: vimeo.com/80641925
The fifth video was about how I built my slider: vimeo.com/82504107
The film that I discuss in the video can be seen here: vimeo.com/46762697
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