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  1. Hi, i have a travel job coming up where we're shooting on 16mm. Since i've never done a travel job with film before i'm wondering how it works with the security and x-ray scanners. Can i ask security to hand-inspect the rolls in the dark bag or will they understand that it's film and have some kind of procedure for it? It's a 2 day shoot and we have 8 rolls of film.
  2. Hey, I have 2 travel films here, one from Vietnam and another from Sicily. Whenever visiting foreign places I like to shoot as much as I can to practise framing etc. I like to go for this documentary style while still trying to be artistic. I am also a freelance illustrator so that's where that's coming from Basically, not 'real' cinematography practise which would include lighting, blocking etc. but more about finding composition/moods and then editing Hope you like, they are both short Vietnam: Sicily:
  3. I'll be traveling from LA to Berlin, Zurich, and then back to LA and I was curious if y'all could tell me about the restrictions/regulations of traveling with gear. I'm trying to put together a small camera package that can be put in to the overhead compartment, I know there's some business with lithium ion batteries so that's definitely a concern. Also, any recommendations for cameras of the 4K variety that are compact would be amazing. Thank you in advance!
  4. Hi everybody, I was hoping to get some advice over here, as I'm just getting into the world of Super-8 cameras. I'm on the hunt for a Super-8 camera with the following features: Lightweight and not too big, since it will mainly be used to document my travels around the world Not too fragile, as again I will bring it on hikes and the likes. So it will have to be able to endure a life in a backpack. Split-image focusing Recognizes the 64 ASA speed Easy to operate. Although I'm in the animation business myself, I'm actually not aiming to use this camera for professional productions. So ease of use is an important factor, as I would like to be able to hand the camera to my girlfriend and her being able to operate the camera without having to give her a detailed 'workshop' :) After doing some research I'm leaning towards the Nizo 561 Macro. I would love to hear your thoughts and are open to any suggestions/alternatives! Kind regards, Joris
  5. To end the year of 2016, my friend Mark and I decided to head west on an adventure and to shoot some beautiful Californian landscape footage exclusively on the DJI Mavic Pro. See where we've been. Song: "Mountain Game" by Animal Collective Follow me on Social Media: http://instagram.com/photo.corey http://www.coreymachado.com Check out Mark's Channel: http://bit.ly/2ir4May
  6. A short montage video I did from the famous "artists district" in Paris, it includes Woody Allen music and reflects the bohemian feeling of this painters-filled part of town. https://youtu.be/Ca5jI4ESJQA
  7. https://vimeo.com/155044768 Few shots from California, Arizona & Nevada take with DJI Phantom 3 Professional. Editing: FCPX + Color finale. Cinematographer - Oleg Zayanov Season: January - February 2016.
  8. I currently don't have much knowledge at all regarding video, but am looking to get in to it. I have a very limited budget but will be going to Thailand at the end of the month and hope to get some footage. I know someone selling a Leica V Lux 1 for cheap, it seems to be a good choice. A sample of the type of footage I hope to achieve is linked here: I realize that this is made on film and to achieve that myself will require lots of editing work. I just wanted some opinions on how viable this is with the Leica V Lux, or any other entry level camera. If it isn't, I'm fine to hear it, I just am having trouble finding information. Any advice is much appreciated.
  9. hey all, posibility of traveling to Haiti with small crew by the end of the month to do some doc style/ live music filming. Was wondering if anyone had done any work or had speant any amount of time in haiti or filming in a similar country. Any crew support? security & health concerns, things in general to watch out for.... anything will help Thanks in advance!!
  10. I have recently been accepted to participate in the Canne Film Festival filmmaking program with Creative Minds Company. In the filmmaking program I am put into a group of fellow filmmakers and given a computer, camera, mic, and 7 days to make a film which will then be screened and judged by industry professionals. With this program I will be able to attend in the Canne Film Festival screenings, parties, and its beautiful location. Mingling with A list filmmakers and fellow students as well. http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/canne-festival-funding/x/2847880 Along with my Cinematography reel https://vimeo.com/55330379 and Vimeo account Vimeo.com/capsules Thank you guys so much!
  11. Please take a look at the cinematography of this film and let me know if you have any advice on how to get better shots or how to tell a better story visually. Thank you. https://vimeo.com/54423274
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