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Hey folks, I developed a free director's viewfinder app for iPhones / iPad (poor man's Artemis? ? ) The suported cameras are ARRI, Red, Blackmagic, Sony, etc. It lets you see exact framing for your favorite camera just where you stand with an iPhone in your hand. So you can plan your next shoot on location even if you don't have a camera or a lens with you. The app features support for: - optical adapters (boosters) - anamorphic lenses - LUTs (M31, Teal+Orange, etc) - frame guides The app has ads but I tried to make them non-intrusive. Besides, you can turn them off. Feel free to check it out and let me know what you think.
Hi Guys! Hey Andrew! Nice to finally be on EOSHD. I'm from Sydney, Australia and this is my first post! So we'll see how this goes. This is my first music video shot on a anamorphic lens (KOWA B&H). Any constructive feedback, criticism, tips, advice etc or just a chat is welcome and appreciated! Would be cool to our share knowledge and experiences from all over the world. Hope you like the video (and hopefully the music aswell loll). Lana Lyric - S.W.A.G. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uzVw6ZcgwbM Talk soon guys. Ray Ayos.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cTUQi8HBlg4&feature=player_embedded This film is the biggest folly in the history of cinema. And here is why... Cinema is not meant to be real, is meant to be an illusion of reality. An illusion of reality is more effective than actual reality. So to go and film all those fake beards and costumes and Hobbit holes and sound stages in glorious 4K 3D will give the feel of a live stage show, not a film. I'd go so far as to say that The Hobbit is not filmmaking any more. It is theatre with a camera crew. Nothing is implied, nothing is hidden, it is all on show. The made up world is laid bare for all too see - those cameras will capture the actual world in which the set is constructed, and the costumes made, and the makeup glistening in the artificial glare of a theatrical set of lights. What Peter Jackson is doing, is theatre and you will be watching a stage version. Just look at the set and costume design in the video above and tell me the illusion is going to stick when you film it in glorious 4K. It just won't. Especially not with that crazy fill lighting they have in every shot. I feel distraught. Perhaps I should have a sit down and a cup of tea.