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  1. Hi Guys, How they made this effect, should be a spot light but as it has so much power and the line is quite clear. Can you help me ? Thanks
  2. Hi! I'm from Russia and my English is not that great, so if you see any mistakes, just let it go) Lil bit about the work. I really wanted to shoot a music clip, because I love watching them and it's a cool spot to start developoing cinematography skills. We had no budget and because of that I decided to make a street video. So I just rented a GH5s and a 12-60 mm lens for it and that's it. Of course I had an idea! 1) to make the color contract between bright blue and yellow and make these colors the main colors for the work. 2) to shoot the video against the background of post-war Soviet architecture as a way to emphasize the lyrics. (The song is about achievements that are usually based on pain and post-war architecture is a great example of it) Obviously, I was inspired by Dexter Navy's works and it's not a good thing, because my main reference was in the same creative field as I am! Also, I'm a newbie and it's literally my first experience. So I decided to take a piece that I could swallow. It was the reason why I decided to make the video without plot, because it would bring a new level of difficulty for which I was too greeny. I mean for me it's better to take a challenge that it's difficult enough that you would grow and learn, but not that difficult that it would crush you. And you know, I've learned alot! I did mistakes in shooting and editing, that I will never do anymore and I've learned something about my self, so overall It was a great experience! I will glad to hear any feedback from you. What you like or don't. What I could do better or just give me your thoughts about it! Aslo you can check the project for this work on behance))
  3. You read that correctly. For a limited time, I am producing custom soundtracks for FREE for (inspired) Filmmakers and Game Developers. Click the link for more details. https://jordanwinslow.me/free-music-soundtrack-for-film-video-game/
  4. Hello Cinematography lovers! I hope you're all well! I recently shot a music promo using all natural and golden hour light! Filmed on location in the UK, where normally it's not like this! Hope you enjoy & thanks for watching!
  5. Hey Everyone, I'm an experimental composer and sound artist from Utah. I produce in a similar vein to Trent Reznor, Mica Levi, Radiohead, and other sort of esoteric artist. If anyone is looking for a score or music for your project, I'd love to talk with you. Reels, credits, and other info is available on my website. Thanks for looking. Hope to hear from some of you. Devon
  6. Hello I am a composer who is looking to be part of film and video game projects. My main genres are orchestral and pop Here is a link to my website http://neilparker.weebly.com/ Here are links to trailers I have scored for promotional use https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZfXGXKjX3As Link directly to my soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/neilp1111/sets All tracks on my Soundcloud can be used for free, if credit could be given that would great Feel free to contact me if you are looking for custom music, let me know what your budget is and I will do my best to accommodate it All the best Neil
  7. I mixing audio for a party scene inside of a house but having some trouble making the atmosphere seem believable. I have party-goer noise, dialogue, feet, but im unsure how to balance the music? Which frequencies should I remove/enhance for the music/dialogue?
  8. Nancy Sinatra - Son of a preacher man For me, this is one of those cover-versions that are better than the original. Although I don´t hate the Dusty Springfield version, I´m not a fan of her voice, I don´t really like the way she digests syllables at the end of words or single letters like “S” or “N” or “M”. Also, the arrangement with the electronic organ(?) is a little bit too “cheesy” for me. But the Sinatra-version is great! The original was in E-Major, the Sinatra version was transposed down a major third to C-Major, the feeling of the song is more relaxed in my opinion, and the arrangement with the brass sounds better, not so “soft”. And of course her interpretation! She sings it more self-confident and more interesting, emphazising different lyrics in a different way, with a little bit more erotic then the original; I also like the way she sings words like “mine” or “time”: it sounds a little bit like “time-a” or “mine-a”. (A little bit like Eartha Kitt used to pronounce some endings of words) And I think the American accent adds more to the song too. (I wonder how they managed to make that photo on the video. Seems like a very strong key- and fill-light, because there is no nose shadow at all) What songs, what music are you listening too? Greetings, Sandra
  9. Who can tell me about the lighting of this music video? Speceficly what did they use to get that soft white look? It seems like they used a decent amount of haze. Anyone have any info they can share? Thanks! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUC2EQvdzmY
  10. 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
  11. Hi there, I am composer who decided to give away 12 piano solo tracks to public domain. You can use these tracks even commercially. All you need to do is to give credit (a link) to http://www.oceanicpiano.com Link must be with "http://" To listen to all the tracks and find out more about this just visit http://www.oceanicpi...c-domain-music/ All 12 tracks are Attribution 3.0 licence type.
  12. This simple tutorial will teach you how to use markers to edit to a beat of a song in Adobe Premiere Pro and CC. Please like and subscribe for more tutorials. If you have any questions feel free to ask.
  13. Hi im Gareth formerly working within the electronic music industry having music featured on some prestigious labels and major radio stations. now moved into the film/video game scoring area so im seeking projects to take on to build my portfolio money negotiable dependant on the project and i prefer to have some synth base to the score but am very flexible. please get in touch via violationmusic@yahoo.co.uk thanks little demonstration track im working at the moment for xbox/ps4 game https://soundcloud.com/warmachinednb/exo-exit-explore/s-knQFY
  14. Hey, My name's Francesco, I'm an artist and music composer currently working in London. I've been reading this forum for a year now, always been a fan of cinematography and lightning even if I work in a totally different branch in the film industry. I have a window of time this February and March and since I'm looking to expand my IMDB credits, I'd like to do a small pro bono work in exchange of a music composer credit. So if you're a director and your short movie is now in the editing process, consider taking five minutes and listen to some of my tracks to see if my style suits your work. http://bit.ly/147mjKT You can send a private streaming link and contact me here: info [at] francescoberta.com Many thanks Francesco Berta http://francescoberta.com
  15. Hello guys, I'm music video clipmaker (beginner). I like k-pop MVs. I want to shoot my MVs like that. I've got Red One MX camera and Zeiss 35mm CP2 superspeed t1.5 lens only. Which lens (mm) do you recomment to buy? (sorry, I don't know english very well)
  16. I’m sort of new to cinematography. I’m hoping to achieve a certain look or at the very least come close it. I plan to upload this mainly online for now (like youtube and vimeo). I know what I’d like to have as an outcome, just not sure specifically what I might need to do to get there. I’m looking for more of a style used during the 90’s for music videos. They, I assume, were filmed with film camera and not digital, so I’m aware of one part of that solution. I figured if I shoot digital in 24 fps, somewhere around 720, that I might be able to get close to the look I’m looking for (plus whatever sony vegas or premiere can provide me for filters). I have examples so that anyone with sound advice can understand what I mean in a visual sense. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SWDazyPyjts (Redman “I Can’t Wait”) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CMJH2XWBQGU (Nas “The World is Yours Tip Mix”) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ehT_R-Vd6Nk (Da Youngstas “Mad Props”) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOppDnMIIak (Extra Prolific “Brown Sugar Directors Version”) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DIWH2xc9yKk (Camp Lo “Luchini”) I put up a couple of links to give a better view of what I mean, from mid 90s to late 90s. I’m aware I’ll need a dolly, tripod or some kind of stabilizer (I don’t plan to get any of the big production cranes). Other than that, not sure exactly what I would need to do to get the closest to that quality (besides lighting techniques).
  17. I am DPing a music video in the near future that will be shot entirely at night in a forest. The concept is to have an industrial yet gothic feeling rave taking place in the forest with numerous people dancing and milling around. We are going for a very abstract and neon look, reminiscent of "Only God Forgives". Saturated colours are important and it's not important to have a sense of realism with moonlight or anything. I am hoping to light the scenes with Arri M18 1800W HMIs and KinoFlo 4 banks as well as various practicals in the form of industrial fluorescent lights and festoon lights. The practicals will be gelled red and yellow and dotted about the clearing. I am planning on rigging the HMIs above the clearing on our tallest stands as the budget doesn't allow for a condor or similar. I am hoping this will give a nice toplight and was wondering what I should be diffusing these with? I will bring in the Kinos with egg crate and diffusion for close ups and may also use small battery powered LED panels for background interest and tight spots. I would just appreciate any general advice or suggestions on this.
  18. Hi all, I've recently finished shooting a music video on 4-perf 35mm, 5219. I'm about to send the film off for processing/transfer and I'm sort of stuck as to whether I should get an HD telecine or a 2k scan. The price difference given the amount of film I'm working with is not that large of a concern. My lab of choice (the wonderful Video and Film Solutions in Maryland) uses a Spirit for both. Now obviously, as it's a music video, it'll only ever be viewed on computer screens, so I'm sure the difference won't be too drastic between the two, but there are still some factors to consider. First off, a solid amount of the video is shot in a city (Richmond, VA) at night, with only available light, meaning I was basically consistently rating the film at around 2000 ASA, sometimes higher. So grain will definitely be an issue, and on top of that, I plan on pushing a few of the rolls 1 stop. From my previous experience with 2k scans, it seems as if the higher resolution relative to HD makes grain seem even more apparent in scans than it does in telecine, so would the combination of the thin negative, the push, and the 2k scan make the grain way too intense? I understand that "way too intense" is a vague quantifier, so I guess to put it a bit better, would I be better off in terms of keeping the grain at a manageable level (given the negative that I'll be working with) with an HD telecine or a 2k scan? And I guess in a more general sense, what would be the advantages (or disadvantages) of going with 2k in this situation? Also, this may be a stupid question, but just to clarify my understanding, it's definitely possible to maintain the 1:33 aspect ratio with an HD telecine, right? Any time I've previously had HD telecine of 35mm it's been automatically cropped by the lab to conform to a 1920x1080 frame. But theoretically wouldn't it be possible to maintain the full 4-perf frame with no cropping if I specifically instructed the lab and just have bars on the left and right of the frame? The film was framed for and always intended to be presented in that format. Any help is greatly appreciated! Thanks, Dylan
  19. Hey folks, Newbie, and enjoying the wealth of info here. I'm wondering if you can tell me what you look for when you're licensing music for your projects. I'm a professional music producer now for about 15 years, but only recently getting into music for film/tv/ads. I have 2 separate projects going at the moment. I am working on a portfolio of music for license, and/or to represent my abilities for bespoke projects over here: https://soundcloud.com/whitesploits I am also uploading corporate motivational type stuff for the Royalty Free site AudioJungle over here: http://tinyurl.com/secretpony (decided to use a pseudonym to avoid confusion between the 2 projects) Both projects are only about a month old, but so far so good. The SoundCloud (more varied and in depth music) has gotten good response but I haven't felt ready to pitch it to libraries and production houses quite yet. The Royalty Free site is seeing a few sales per upload, which is good for a young account. I want to find out what sort of attributes you look for so I can take this into account as I compose for these 2 projects. I'm sure there are a million different approaches and types of usage that video producers work with, but I'm also sure there are many things I can think about at this stage. I want to develop my skills in a valuable way... Thanks so much for your input, -EW
  20. Hello everyone! This is my first time posting to the forum. I use the site for reference all of the time, but never became a member until now. I'm hoping to gain insight as to the best way to execute the music licensing process as a 26 year old independent filmmaker. The project is funded entirely out of pocket, so as terrifying as it seems, I plan to try and tackle the endeavor on my own. I know that a copyright attorney or clearance company could greatly expedite this, but again I'm trying to keep my costs as low as possible, because I know licensing the music itself won't be cheap. Here is some background information: The song I intend to use is a cover of a popular song from the 1960s. The band that covered the song was a group no one has ever heard of. It was recorded by a company that no longer exists (A1 records [a division of Trans Canada]). The company was sold, sold again, renamed several times and I guess now is a relic of the past somewhere in a basement filing cabinet. I traced the company from the 60s to a large Canadian conglomerate (Quebecor Media) whose subsidiaries control a good portion of the media and entertainment industry in Canada. The company I believe who owns the rights is called Distribution Select. Even if they don't own the rights, hopefully they will be able to point me in the direction of the person who does. I digress. From what I have learned from reading about the subject I have gathered the following: - I need both synchronization rights and master use rights >synchronization to use said music in tandem with my visual imagery >master use to be able to use the specific recording of the song in general - I need to obtain rights for the physical recording of the song, as well as the intellectual property rights. These are usually separate from each other. >contact person who owns the recording (artist or label) >contact intellectual property owners (publisher/songwriter/entity/entities) All of this is still a tad confusing to me, so if I am wrong on any of this, please correct me. Because my song is a cover, which by the way is recorded in a foreign language (French), what rights do I need and from whom? I assume it would be something along these lines… I would need to get both the synchronization rights and the master use rights. Synchronization, I would get from the Canadian company that I hope still has records that they in fact own the song. For the sync rights I would also need to contact the publisher/representative to the party that owns the intellectual property rights to the original song that is being covered. So contact the owner of the recording of the cover, then the covered song's original composer? Who then would I contact for the Master Use rights? Would I need to contact multiple sources, as I did to acquire the sync rights? Sorry, I know this is getting lengthy, but I'm almost done. Lastly, which party do I contact in order to obtain a film festival license, which if I remember correctly has a two year cap? Also I would be interested in looking into some kind of limited use license (for internet and possible small scale future distribution)? Are these licenses' processes ones which involve obtaining rights from multiple parties as well? I know the basic formula is the more exposure the film gets, the more royalties you have to pay out. I also read it is pretty imperative to negotiate all prices for all licenses needed upfront if possible. This is why I am asking so many questions. I'm merely trying to cover my bases and proceed in a correct and educated manner. I apologize if reading all of this made your brain hurt. Thank you (:
  21. Hi everyone, my name is John and I'm an aspiring composer. After spending a few years with machinima films and standalone projects of my own, I’d love to start working on regular short films and get as much experience as possible. I'm not picky genre-wise, I would like to expand my horizons and stretch my skills to their limits, I'm willing to learn and try new things with my music. So any genre is fair game. Payment is not an issue, since I know most student films are made on low/no budget. However, if the resources permit it, a fair compensation is always welcome. I'm looking for filmmakers who know what they are doing and are serious about their projects. Therefore, I'd prefer films that are either in production or in post-production. However, you can also send me your script and if it is really good, I can make an exception I don't want to waste your time with words, since it's all about the music anyway. So please, head over to my website: www.johnscigulinsky.wix.com/composer Here you can find more information about me, samples of my music, a showcase of my previous projects and contact information. I hope you’ll like my music and I’ll get to work with many of you. KThxBai! John contact information: e-mail: john.scigulinsky@gmail.com facebook: www.facebook.com/JohnScig twitter: www.twitter.com/JohnScig
  22. Hi I am empop. I am a singer/songwriter, producer, and recording studio manager from London, UK. I am writing to offer my music for free for film projects! I expect no royalties! If you would like to use my music I just ask that you send me a link to your final film, credit me at the end and also Follow me on Twitter: @empop89 and like my facebook page: www.facebook.com/empopmusic. ;-) My music is quirky, different, happy, catchy, melodic, fun and would work well for TV/Film/Adverts etc! I own all the rights to my music. I have instrumental versions of all my songs too if needed. MAGICAL, UPLIFTING songs: 'The Garden' 'Let It Go': DARK QUIRKY MUSIC: My track 'Night Poem' has the right feel for shows like 'Vampire's Diaries' etc Night Poem: My album was produced by Britney Spears' Musical Director Simon Ellis. You can hear all my music at My website is at https://www.empop.co.uk and my Facebook page is www.facebook.com/empopmusic December 2012 - The 1st song from my new album - 'The Garden' was played on BBC RADIO 6 by Tom Robinson. July 2012 - My song 'Let It Go' was played on BBC RADIO 6 by Tom Robinson. 25th June 2012 - My song 'French Riviera' was played on BBC RADIO 6 by Tom Robinson. In May 2012 I was invited on BBC Introducing at BBC Three Counties Radio to talk about my music and they played 'Whispers In The Night'. Cheer up your day with some empop ;-) Thank you for listening. Love empop xxx EMAIL ME: empop89@hotmail.com SAY HELLO: www.empop.co.uk Twitter: @empop89 www.facebook.com/empopmusic Youtube: empop89 www.soundcloud.com/empop89 email: empop89@hotmail.com
  23. Hi All, I'd love to hear peoples thoughts on my latest music video. It was shot on a 5d, with a budget of $25, which was spent on pizza (.....yippie). http://youtu.be/b6VPlSfFREY
  24. I'm Sam Foster - I score games, films, and animation. I compose in all genres (orchestral, ethnic, electronic, jazz, etc.). I scored a regional Emmy Award winning PSA campaign. And, I've scored a documentary. For further information (rates, demo reels, credits, contact info, etc.), visit my site: http://www.samanthafoster.net/html
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