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Posts Tagged ‘Filters’
My cinematography interns and I set out on a mission to showcase the many uses of a polarizing filter.
We demo the power of the glass filter, including the ones that I use and their wonderful benefits.
Using stockings to add a glow, a pearlescent quality, to transport you to a time period that had a sense of glamor, when movie stars were king.
Using the right filtration to impose a mood, create a style, encapsulate a time period or just to cream a woman’s skin can be a very powerful visual tool. The first diffusion I go to time and time again, whether it is film or HD, is smoke.
After completing the Navy SEAL movie Act of Valor, my team and I created a workflow and camera [...]
When I was doing a Canon 5D film test in January of 2010, I put eight 5D’s in a line for this cool action camera array.
Making HD look like film has a cocktail and one of the essential ingredients to this flavorful recipe is Neutral Density. You have to keep your exposure on a 5D around a 5.6 to get that beautiful shallow depth of field. The 7D should be around…