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This 90 second short film was produced for the Shadows & Light Film Competition in Brighton, UK with Philip Bloom and Vincent Laforet. Camera: Black Magic Pocket Cinema Camera Lenses: Rokinon 24mm T1.5 Cine Lens and a Canon 70-200mm 2.8 Metabones Canon EF Lens to BMPCC Lit with Westcott Ice Lights Used DJI Phantom 2 and Glidetrack HD for supplementary shots Edited in Final Cut Pro Story written by Clayton Vaughan and Than Owens Music: "Hitchcock" by J Blank. Licensed by The Audio Jungle+ More details
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At the moment I'm testing my Canon5D Mark III with the Magic Lantern software. Have done some reading on Vincent Laforet Blog and also bought Andre Read's book EOSHD Shooter Guide. Vincent states that you should use 160 ISO instead of 100 ISO. So I tested it shooting some bamboo trees:) As you hopefully can see in the test, the 160 ISO has less noise than the 100 ISO image. (Best seen if you download the original .mov file) Vincent Laforet (http://blog.vincentlaforet.com/2012/03/12/setting-up-your-canon-5d-mkii-and-mkiii/) __ While shooting you will want to shoot at multiples of ISO 160 (only available if Highlight Tone Priority is disabled) or the closest available number (as 1250 is not a multiple of 160, but the closest there is to 1280). I recommend this is because the 5D mk II uses digital noise to step between ISO’s. Technically, the camera is native on the ISO’s that are multiples of 100. For the ISO’s in-between, the camera digitally pushes or pulls one of these native ISO’s. For instance, ISO 125 is really ISO 100 with a digital exposure push, and ISO 160 is really ISO 200 with a digital exposure pull. As a result, 160 and its multiples look the "cleanest" because its really a native ISO rating with the exposure pulled down, which hides more of the digital noise.+ More details
Film Riot creator Ryan Connolly(http://www.triunefilms.com/) shares his thoughts on the work of cinematographer Shane Hurlbut, Vincent Laforet, and filmmaker Philip Bloom, and explains why it’s critical to move beyond the technical aspects of film production, to become an expert storyteller. Directed | Filmed | Interviewed | Cut in Adobe Premiere = a.a. productions(http://albertayzenberg.com/)+ More details
Let's say you wanted Vincent Laforet to come to your house and personally train you on filmmaking. That would be the coolest thing ever, right? Well, here's the next best thing. Check out the Directing Motion Tour Videos - priceless. Vincent Laforet Links: Directing Motion Tour: http://directingmotion.mzed.com/ Directing Motion Tour Dates: http://directingmotion.mzed.com/dates-cities-and-register Directing Motion Videos: http://directingmotion.mzed.com/streaming Vincent Laforet Blog: http://blog.vincentlaforet.com/ Vincent Laforet Web Site: http://www.laforetvisuals.com/ Vincent Laforet on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/laforet/ REACH THE BASIC FILMMAKER: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Blog: http://www.thebasicfilmmaker.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheBasicFilmmaker Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/basicfilmmaker YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/thebasicfilmmaker Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/channels/thebasicfilmmaker ABOUT THE BASIC FILMMAKER: I post videos, short films, DIY build projects you've never seen before, After Effects tutorials, and cover cameras, gear, sliders, makeup, DSLRs, cranes, jibs, dolly's, stabilizers, shoulder rigs, rail systems, green screen tutorials, and answer any question you ask about filming. ETHICS STATEMENT (these seem to be all the rage, so here's mine): Any product I review is because I want to, because I like it, because I think it would be useful to someone, and is something I would use and buy. I am not paid by anyone for doing product reviews. In other words, no one owns me, and I cannot be bought. GEAR USED. Canon DSLRs and lenses. Rode mics and Zoom recorders. Edited in Premier Pro CC. MUSIC, FOOTAGE AND GRAPHICS LEGAL: Some music licensed from Footage Firm. All music, footage and graphics are either created or licensed by me. Don't steal! It kills your brains! :) BUY STUFF HERE: If you use these links it throws a few pennies my way, and costs you absolutely nothing. I know you're a filmmaker, so you buy stuff. We all do! :) AMAZON YOURSELF HERE: http://tinyurl.com/ntxn4y8 ADORAMA GEAR HERE: http://adorama.evyy.net/c/72663/37879/1036 TRAINING HERE: 7 DAYS UNLIMITED FREE ACCESS: Lynda.com training: http://tinyurl.com/l32tfwz RENT GEAR HERE: Borrow Lenses: http://www.borrowlenses.com/?blpid=bfmborrowlenses GET FOOTAGE AND SOUND HERE: http://videoblocks.evyy.net/c/69880/72779/1928 GET 50% OFF VIMEO Vimeo: http://www.jdoqocy.com/click-7168208-11319345 GET GRAPHICS HERE: http://GraphicStock.evyy.net/c/69880/91712/2238 THANKS. To YouTube and Vimeo for giving filmmakers a home and to Andrew Kramer, Freddie Wong, Film Riot, The Frugal Filmmaker, Knoptop, Indy Mogul and Corridor Digital for trail blazing. #vincent #laforet #filmmaking #directing #motion+ More details
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From the front row of the Vincent Laforet Directing Motion Tour stop in Nashville, TN. This is a short segment demonstrating motion in a TV Episode. Used by permission. Created using Cameo for the Vimeo weekend challenge "Cameo" #weekendchallenge.+ More details
Sample clip I produced from our third test shoot during the Director Motion Tour held in New York City on July 13, 2014. Vincent Laforet had the students shoot this action scene using Canon C100 and C300 cameras on both steady cam rigs and Movi Freefly systems. This 45 sec. clip was produced by capturing video from the monitors (using my BlackBerry) and editing in Premiere.+ More details
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