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Hi everyone, I've one those searcher of the holygrail, searching for the filmlook without using stock. The film below was shot on 60d and I thought the image texture was astounding. I contacted the filmmaker and he wouldn't respond to what factor helped in acheving such texture from such camera. I was wondering if its the L-series lens that contributed that? Thus I came to you professionals to help me answer this question, How to get texture organic image from a DSLR?
Gents (and ladies), My brother in-law over in Vietnam is foaming at the mouth over this package... http://www.ebay.com/...984.m1438.l2649 The basics of the package: Canon EOS 60D +6 Lens Pro Kit: 18-55 IS, 55-250 IS, 50mm, 500mm Preset telephoto, 58mm Wide Angle + lots of bundled stuff. Now they claim a USA warranty. They claim no grey market. Their feedback is quite good (nearing 38,000 at this point and 99.7% +). My bro has exactly $1300 to spend, so this fits right in there. In Vietnam, Canon will only service Canons purchased in Vietnam. But those cameras have a huge tax that makes them double priced. Hence the need for a foreign purchase, which I will hand deliver in January when I visit. I have not found any bundles that are anywhere near this and would appreciate it if anyone who knows of trustworthy stores with bundles can let me in on those places. I'm in no way a DSLR expert. I have T3i with kit lens purchased from New Egg that I barely use (and I may sell it in Vietnam). Thanks to all for your help. Oh and if your opinion is, just go ahead and pull the trigger, say so. I have the money. And I certainly can test everything out when it gets here.
Hi. You're making a movie with a 60D (1080p FULL HD at 24p) and you want to blowup it to 35mm. What resolution would you use in FinalCut? Full HD (leaving all the hard and expensive work to the LAB)? 2k (resizing the 1080p FULL HD material to 2k size)? OR 4K (resizing the 1080p FULL HD material to 4k size)? Any additional tip will be much appreciated! MR
Good morning everyone J I am new to the idea of making a feature film and especially trying to make it look professional. I have played with video work and editing for many years but my photography skills in terms of manual use are at the moment beginner, I’ve been told to make a film by a uk film maker I know and really excited about the prospect of giving it a go. If it’s possible I would really love some guidance, I would like it to look as professional quality as possible but of course budget is really tight (same as everyone I would imagine!), I’m considering between the Panasonic HC-X900EB-K HD Camcorder or a Canon EOS 650D Budget is a big issue, and that is probably the best I can stretch as a I will have to get other accessories as well, I’m sticking to a mixture of Cinematic & found footage style mainly for the more forgiving nature of it, thought it was wise for a first attempt. Not being a pro the Panasonic seemed wise with the better auto modes if I found manual too hard to get it right, but my big concern is the 50p mode, I will be editing in Premiere / After Effects, with the final render going to Bluray & DVD, the primary format will probably NTSC ideally, but it will all be filmed on UK PAL equipment (I know, I know), the Panasonic doesn’t have a 24p native mode, the primary format will be NTSC for the reason if I manage to pull it off and its all watchable and ok my film maker friend has said he would distribute it (has a few independent film distribution companies) but of course this means a hell of a lot of video conversion going from the 50p format to NTSC DVD, after editing, I’m worried this will also effect the pacing of the final edit, I have never converted files that drastically before. The problem with the Canon is I feel while it has the 24p recording mode, I’m worried about the lack of stabilization with the idea of a newbie film maker and especially found footage style, and especially my lack in experience of manual use of cameras, I just keep going around and around in circles changing my mind constantly :/ I don’t want to make the process too complicated for a first time hence why the film itself will me very small production and if it makes a difference quite a lot of it will be night time footage. Sorry for the long rang, I would appreciate anyone else’s experienced input if I haven’t put you to sleep J what do you guys think ?.