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So you’re a filmmaker entering post-production on your film, a game developer working on music and audio triggers or perhaps a YouTuber wanting to enhance your videos. You need SFX and a music soundtrack but you might not have the budget to hire a professional composer or audio engineer. Can you still have a great commercial soundtrack and great SFX for your project utilizing only free resources? Definitely. Quick story about why I am writing this article: I was producing my first video game 2 years ago: an interactive horror visual novel. I was designing everything in-house: m
Very hard to find Arriflex Tilt-Shift lens system in excellent condition. In the fitted case there is: Tilt-Shift lens mechanism with Arri PL camera mount. Four (4) special medium format tilt-shift lenses: 24mm T4, 45mm T2.8, 90mm T2.8 & 110mm T2, flexible control shaft/knob, bridge supports for 15mm & 19mm studio rods. Rare system made by Arri Austria; no longer manufactured. This unit is in very fine shape. Allows focal plane to be tilted for placement of focus emphasis. Optical axis can be shifted on X, Y or Z axis for perspective correction or distortion, extreme macro close
Greetings, First off, my apologies for not writing a shorter and more concise piece. I will revise this post as time permits - Think of this as a living document. During a recent creative meet for an upcoming short, the idea emerged to simulate parts of a living room appearing on fire during a dramatic dialogue scene The thought is to simulate fire illumination and smoke and composite pyro physical effects plates in during post. We will be shooting this in 8K anamorphic at low compression ratios Think of the end sequence of "Barton Fink" and some scenes from "Synec