1. Basic Video Making Course

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    To watch the original video on YouTube click on this link: https://youtu.be/lGdX4Pwslkg Subscribe to this channel to see other videos: http://vid.io/xqjj In this episode, the first Lesson from our new course - the basic Video Making course. Sign up to our blog newsletter to get the source files for this episode at http://www.make-your-media.com/free-registration/ SUBSCRIBE FOR OTHER VIDEO TIPS AND TUTORIALS : ========================================­==== http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?gl=CA&hl=en&add_user=MakeYourMedia GET ALL THE PODCAST SOURCE FILES (FOR FREE): ========================================­==== http://www.make-your-media.com/free-registration/ BUY OUR PREMIERE COURSE: ========================= http://www.make-your-media.com/premiere-video-editing-courses/editing-the-weekly-show-intro/ Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/ErFw/

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    • Sony a7S + Movi M5 + Atomos Shogun = Pure Video Bliss!

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      Movi M5 - http://store.freeflysystems.com/collections/movi/products/freefly-movi-m5-essentials-bundle Sony A7s - http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1044728-REG/sony_ilce7s_b_alpha_a7s_mirrorless_digital.html Atomos Shogun - http://www.atomos.com/shogun/

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      • Sony A7s - Movi M5 - Atomos Shogun 4K Footage

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        Went out to film a bit on a beautiful Saturday afternoon. All shots except the drone shot were with the Sony A7s and Atomos Shogun with the Movi M5 for stabilization. I used Picture Profile 6 with Cine4 Gamma and Pro color mode. Color corrected with Film Convert.

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        • Sony A7s Philip Bloom Hint of blue no grain

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          Sony A7s Philip Bloom Hint of blue no grain I would love to hear from you guys and gals follow me: Website: www.aronjanderson.com Twitter: twitter.com/aronjanderson/ Facebook: facebook.com/aronjandersonAJA YouTube: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UC4OgiF3Affx8sYShaZXfVzw Other Grade Test of this clip: More Aggressive Grade/Green-ish: vimeo.com/100333378 Sony A7s Philip Bloom Skin Tone Color Test: https://vimeo.com/100274017 Cinegama 2 S-Gamut ISO 100 Sigma 35mm f1.4 I will add a still frame of my After Effects project on my web site so you can see how many layers it took to grade this. One thing needed fixed was that skin color competing wall behind Philip. Those are one of those things you need to remember when filming. In a real production we would paint that wall. FYI: I know Philip was in a hotel room doing this quick test so I know he couldn't do such a thing. I choose Colorista2 over resolve any day. redgiant.com/products/all/colorista-II/ Since I do not have the Sony A7s and still deciding if I should get it, the best thing I have is the footage people put online for download. I would like to thank Philip Bloom for letting us download this clip for testing. This is just the first part of the video he download, I just wanted to test the skin tone. You can find the original clip here. vimeo.com/99739214 I did transcode the clip to Cineform 444 film scan 2. Not sure if it was needed because I did not have time to try the original. I just always did this to my DSLR clips. My goal this time around was to go for a grade that I might do on an actual project. I added some film grain because I happen to like that look. I know I can tweak all night long but I ran through this just to get something I was happy with. Let me know if you have any question. Also check out Philip bloom web site and his review of the Sony A7s here. philipbloom.net/2014/07/03/a7s/

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          • Sony A7s Philip Bloom More Aggressive Grade/Green-ish

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            Sony A7s Philip Bloom More Aggressive Grade/Green-ish I would love to hear from you guys and gals follow me: Website: www.aronjanderson.com Twitter: twitter.com/aronjanderson/ Facebook: facebook.com/aronjandersonAJA YouTube: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UC4OgiF3Affx8sYShaZXfVzw Other Grade Test of this clip: Sony A7s Philip Bloom Skin Tone Color Test: https://vimeo.com/100274017 Hint of Blue no grain: vimeo.com/100342727 Cinegama 2 S-Gamut ISO 100 Sigma 35mm f1.4 I will add a still frame of my After Effects project on my web site so you can see how many layers it took to grade this. One thing needed fixed was that skin color competing wall behind Philip. Those are one of those things you need to remember when filming. In a real production we would paint that wall. FYI: I know Philip was in a hotel room doing this quick test so I know he couldn't do such a thing. I choose Colorista2 over resolve any day. redgiant.com/products/all/colorista-II/ Since I do not have the Sony A7s and still deciding if I should get it, the best thing I have is the footage people put online for download. I would like to thank Philip Bloom for letting us download this clip for testing. This is just the first part of the video he download, I just wanted to test the skin tone. You can find the original clip here. vimeo.com/99739214 I did transcode the clip to Cineform 444 film scan 2. Not sure if it was needed because I did not have time to try the original. I just always did this to my DSLR clips. My goal this time around was to go for a grade that I might do on an actual project. I added some film grain because I happen to like that look. I know I can tweak all night long but I ran through this just to get something I was happy with. Let me know if you have any question. Also check out Philip bloom web site and his review of the Sony A7s here. philipbloom.net/2014/07/03/a7s/

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            • Sony A7s Philip Bloom Skin Tone Color Test

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              Sony A7s Philip Bloom Skin Tone Color Test I would love to hear from you guys and gals follow me: Website: www.aronjanderson.com Twitter: twitter.com/aronjanderson/ Facebook: facebook.com/aronjandersonAJA YouTube: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UC4OgiF3Affx8sYShaZXfVzw Other Grade Test of this clip: More Aggressive Grade/Green-ish: https://vimeo.com/100333378 Hint of Blue no grain: https://vimeo.com/100342727 Cinegama 2 S-Gamut ISO 100 Sigma 35mm f1.4 I will add a still frame of my After Effects project on my web site so you can see how many layers it took to grade this. One thing needed fixed was that skin color competing wall behind Philip. Those are one of those things you need to remember when filming. In a real production we would paint that wall. FYI: I know Philip was in a hotel room doing this quick test so I know he couldn't do such a thing. I choose Colorista2 over resolve any day. http://www.redgiant.com/products/all/colorista-II/ Since I do not have the Sony A7s and still deciding if I should get it, the best thing I have is the footage people put online for download. I would like to thank Philip Bloom for letting us download this clip for testing. This is just the first part of the video he download, I just wanted to test the skin tone. You can find the original clip here. https://vimeo.com/99739214 I did transcode the clip to Cineform 444 film scan 2. Not sure if it was needed because I did not have time to try the original. I just always did this to my DSLR clips. My goal this time around was to go for a grade that I might do on an actual project. I added some film grain because I happen to like that look. I know I can tweak all night long but I ran through this just to get something I was happy with. Let me know if you have any question. Also check out Philip bloom web site and his review of the Sony A7s here. http://philipbloom.net/2014/07/03/a7s/

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              • Pushing The Sony A7s slog-2-Color grade

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                Pushing The Sony A7s slog-2-Color grade I would love to hear from you guys and gals follow me: Website: www.aronjanderson.com Twitter: twitter.com/aronjanderson/ Facebook: facebook.com/aronjandersonAJA YouTube: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UC4OgiF3Affx8sYShaZXfVzw I added the lens flare at the end of the video in After Effects. I forgot to take it out before rendering. But I guess its ok because this is something I might add in a real project. I was just testing. Im still debating witch camera to get, the Panasonic GH4 or the Sony A7s. I ordered the GH4 and its on back order at B & H. So while I wait I have been color grading GH4 and A7s footage from Dave Dugdale over at www.learningdslrvideo.com. Dave has been nice to take the time and upload this and other clips for me to color grade. He also nailed the exposure so the footage is perfect to work with. Thank you Dave. I really pushed the slog-2 to get super vibrant colors to the point that the sky was not holding so I ended up transcoding the video to Cineform 444, that help quit a bit. So check this Sony A7s color grade out and let me know what you think. Also check out my video on "How to get the video look out of the Gh4". http://aronjanderson.com/gh4-and-gh3-getting-rid-of-the-video-look/

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                • GH4 and GH3 Getting rid of the VIDEO look

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                  GH4 and GH3 Getting rid of the VIDEO look I would love to hear from you guys and gals follow me: Website: www.aronjanderson.com Twitter: twitter.com/aronjanderson/ Facebook: facebook.com/aronjandersonAJA YouTube: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UC4OgiF3Affx8sYShaZXfVzw Go to my web site to see JPEG still frames. Also The screen capture don't make the video very flattering. FYI. I noticed watching Vimeo with Google Chrome on a PC washed out the video. Edit: After doing this video I see people are getting lots of noise in their footage using Cinelike D picture profile. If this is the case then I may just use what I use on my GH3 and that is Natural profile turned down. I will need this camera in my hands before making any judgments on different profiles.  Their is a rumor that Panasonic will add gamma Log in a firmware update, Who knows. I have had many DSLR cameras in the last six years, and in the last 4 or 5 months had been using the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera. If you never uses raw you will be amazed at how easy it is to get great exposure. Unlike DSLR with their compressed codecs where you really need to know what your doing to get great exposure. Out of all the cameras I have owned or used I love my Panasonic GH3. And now I have my eye on the Panasonic GH4. One issue people usually point out is that the GH series camera look to digital or video like. They have an amazing picture quality and resolve so much detail, far batter than any other camera in my opinion. But they can have that digital video look, if you don't expose properly and don't know how to treat the clips in post. So I wanted to test the GH4 video before purchasing the camera to see how differently it reacts from the GH3, and if I can bring some of the great filmic Pocket Camera looking mojo into it. Since I don't have the GH4 I asked Dave Dugdale who did an amazing job on his Panasonic GH4 camera review ( http://www.learningdslrvideo.com/gh4-review/ ). I also asked Emmanuel Pampuri (http://www.pampuri.net/) if I can have a crack at color grading his great video shot on a pre production GH4. They bother were kind enough to send me their clips.  So in this video I will take you through the steps I do to take out that digital video look from the GH4 and GH3 footage. This is not a detailed tutorial, perhaps I will do a more detailed tutorial if people want me to. Below are some screen shots of before and after color grading the footage. Go to my web site to see screen shots of the before and after.

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                  • Canon 16-35mm II vs Tokina 16-28mm Lens Review

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                    http://www.learningdslrvideo.com/canon-16-35mm-ii-tokina/

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                    • D7000 Drivelapse I: School Night

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                      I got the inspiration for this video from Dave Dugdale's D800 timelapse tutorial, and also Alan Morris' timelapse here on Vimeo. I've been learning a lot about DSLR videography and photography in general over the past year and felt like throwing this little project together. I still have a lot to learn :) Video footage and timelapse shot with my Nikon D7000 and Nikkor AFS 50mm f/1.8 G prime lens. The parking lot scene was shot with street lamp for lighting with ISO 400-800. I used a Gisteq F198C Flashmate LED light for the driveway and in vehicle scenes at ISO 320-640. No noise reduction was used in camera or in post. Timelapse was created using Dave Dugdale's method in Adobe After Effects, video edited in Sony Vegas Pro 11. Timelapse: 1 second intervals, 1/4 Shutter, f/9 Aperture, ISO 320, taken in two segments. Music track is a personal recording from several years ago. Enjoy!

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