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  1. A refreshed RED Tools app from RED Digital Cinema® is available now from the Apple App Store and available for the first time on Google Play for Android devices. RED Tools is a multipurpose toolkit designed for use by filmmakers and cinematographers with RED’s DSMC2® and DSMC® cameras. Within the free app, camera operators will find Light and Dark modes for different shooting environments plus a selection of convenient tools that aid camera set-up for: Crop Factor, Recording Time, Flicker-Free Video, Depth of Field, Panning Speed and Exposure in 11 languages including English, Simplified Chinese, German, Japanese, French, Spanish, and more. For more information, visit www.red.com.
  2. Several days ago, I asked Satsuki about how they knew the Sun will appear at a particular spot in one of the scenes in Satsuki’s reel. I was aiming to find out if Satsuki was using any of the Sun-tracking apps. There are a few which seem to be really popular, especially with photographers. One of them is PhotoPills, currently available only for iOS, but there is an Android version in the works (if I remember correctly, by the end of the year it will hit Play Store). The app is $9.99 in the App Store: http://www.photopills.com/ It looks gorgeous. Its competitor is the Sun Surveyor app, available both for Android and iOS. It’s $7.99 in the Play Store: http://www.sunsurveyor.com/ Looks great, too. Another similar one, available on both platforms is The Photographer’s Ephemeris, which also has a free Web app: http://photoephemeris.com/ Satsuki mentioned Sun Seeker. http://www.ozpda.com/ Then there's the Set Lighting Technician, $5.99, which provides specifications for most frequently used lights on set. Available for both platforms, though one commentator in the Play Store says that the iPhone version has more information. So I was wondering are there any other apps, of any other type, which you use and which are useful in your job?
  3. I'm having trouble understanding the difference between Filmic pro and Artemis viewfinder. I know that they are perfect apps for filmmaking on the iphone but don't know how to use. Plus I want my film look to be baroque and colorfully artistic looking that giallo can accomplish. I'm into the Italian cinema because of their lack of perfection of cinema. I just want to know which is the best app for the iphone 4s can make a perfect giallo, and baroque look on film?
  4. Hi All, I'm a newbie when it comes to cinematography. I just bought an app called Light Source and was hoping someone could explain "Min Throw Distance" and "Min Beam Spread"
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