Our creative director has been getting… well, creative (!) and taking advantage of the beautiful Summer light in London has been playing a lot with a Canon 7D and a Polaroid intervalometer. Click the link below to learn a bit about the technique and equipment used [Instagram https://www.instagram.com/p/BIGjZCcgzal/%5D Advertisements
If you feel like making STOP MOTION MOVIES you may want to see this great product by PES. Enjoy! REF Pez Films 2008, ‘Western Spaghetti by PES’ [online], Youtube, 5 july, Available from: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qBjLW5_dGAM [Accessed: 26.7.2012].
DSLR Lighting Techniques from Eve Hazelton from Realm Pictures on Vimeo. REF: Realm Pictures 2011, ‘DSLR Lighting Techniques from Eve Hazelton’ [online], Vimeo, Available from: https://vimeo.com/33672808 [Accessed: 26.7.2012].
In Camera H.I.T. Infographic “Infographic explaining the concept of controlling convergence of 3D footage shot with parallel cameras- By using over sized sensor’s and adjusting the H.I.T. of the region of interest.” Nathan Clark REF: Clark, N. 2011, In Camera H.I.T. Infographic [online], Vimeo, 1, Available from: https://vimeo.com/channels/stereoscopy/30916121 [Accessed: 23.5.2012].
Tips: depth of field, posted with vodpod BBC is always a reference for those who want to learn about the media industry. Sam Bailey from BBC College of Production gives us some basic but powerful tips to get the most out of your camera. ¨Depth of field relates to how much of your image is… Continue reading Understanding ¨Depth of Field¨
Last year Leica released this sort of “Behind-the-Scenes” about the manufacturing process of their lenses. Sometimes, if not always, we complain about the price of technology but truth be told we are lucky to be seeing a drop in the price of professional media equipment over the last 10 years, specially when we see such… Continue reading Do you know how lenses are made?
“In this video I give a basic explanation of ISO in digital photography and video. I explain why a higher ISO results in more noise.” Bennet, D. 2012, A Simple Explanation of ISO for Digital Photography and Video [online], Youtube, 1, Available from: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WEApLA-YNko [Accessed: 21.4.2012].