Film School - Filmmaking

  1. i thought of it in a few minutes, just to help someone out, so i dont care if mine sucks, but if u build one, make sure you do a bit better than mine

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  2. This was part of a presentation called "Adventures in self distribution" I describe the journey I took with my animated feature film "We are the Strange" From my bedroom to Sundance and beyond and back to my little studio again after turning down Hollywood deals and deciding to self distribute and make my films my way.

    Thanks to Arin Crumley for shooting the video!

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    This is a time lapse filmed in the city of Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic, in HD with the Canon HV20 Camcorder at 24p, with a shutter speed of 1 /6 in TV mode, the video was then accelerated to a 1600% to give the effect of time lapse.

    Español: Este es un lapso de tiempo filmado en la ciudad de Santo Domingo en la República Dominicana, en HD con una cámara HV20 a 24p, con una velocidad de opturador de 1/6 en TV Mode, el video luego fué acelerado a un 1600% para darle el efecto de lapso de tiempo.

    Française: Il s'agit d'un laps de temps filmé dans la ville de Saint-Domingue en République dominicaine, en HD avec le Canon HV20 Caméscope à 24p, avec une vitesse d'obturation de 1 / 6 en mode TV, la vidéo a ensuite été accéléré pour un 1600% pour donner l'effet de laps de temps.

    日本語:これは、撮影時の経過は、市のドミニカ共和国サントドミンゴでは、キヤノンHDでhv20カムコーダで24p 、シャッタースピード1 / 6にテレビモードにすると、ビデオが加速して入力し、 1600%時間の経過の影響を与える。

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  4. This are HV20 footage at 24p and whit the Lentus35 Mini and a Tamron 28-80 MM f/3.5 in a Cavison Rood Support. This video is brought to you by: cinemacuteo.com and tommyrodriguez.net

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  5. I'm sick and tired of messing around with mixed lighting so I'm gradually moving over to daylight-balanced fluorescents instead. Can't afford Kino Flo's right now so I'm playing around with worklights and rigging them together similar to Kino banks. This is just a simple test using two worklights for a total of 4 fluorescent daylight-balanced (6500) tubes @ 40w each. I also used a tungsten-balanced Pro Lite 250w with a snoot for a hair light.

    I love the look of fluorescent light and it easily mixes with light coming from any open window.

    Shot with a Canon XHA1, no adapter used.

    There is no sound on this test, just quick and dirty.

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Film School - Filmmaking

Tommy Rodriguez

This is the free Film School of cinemacuteo.com/content/blogsection/9/80/ which are published videos tutorials to make your film projects, from the special effects, to the steadycam, lights, cranes. Filmmaking demystifies. Also visit the free Film


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