dancer turned actor turned writer/director/one-man-movie-maker:so many stories,so little time...
July 25th 2010
San Francisco, CA
Reconsidering FCPX in Hollywood by Oliver Peters 2 years ago One of the Lumaforge NAB presentations: http: www.fcp.co final-cut-pro articles 2070-josh-beal-reconsidering-final-cut-pro-x-in-hollywood Direct link to the video here: https: www.youtube.com watch ti
7D firmware upgrade by Michael Locke 7 years ago Just in case you missed it elsewhere, Canon has new firmware for the 7D. Not huge for video, but finally manual audio levels (but no meters, and not adjustable while recording). Still better. http: ww
Re: 7D firmware upgrade by Mark Dobson 7 years ago I've installed this firmware and have not had any issues. It all went smoothly. Great photographic firmware but lean pickings for us filmmakers. Having said that audio control is pretty big.
When to apply LUT by David Bitterman 8 years ago I'm starting to use the cinestyle picture style and it's look up table (LUT) and am wondering, when in the production pipeline would I apply a LUT Would I just use it as a root level effect (LUT Buddy
Thunderbolt, really? by Michael Locke 9 years ago Gentleman; I'm more often in the field or traveling and therefore Apple laptop based. With your long-time industry perspective, should I be crazy excited about the new laptops connection. 10Gbps trans
Canon d7 filming time by Bridgid Dineen 9 years ago Hope this isn't the most stupid question asked. Please answer in the most basic language as I have extremely limited technical knowledge. I have recently bought a Canon d7, as I am a photographer, but
Re: Canon d7 filming time by Michael Locke 9 years ago Hi Bridgid, any Canon DSLR can only record 12minutes (+ if you're lucky) per file. You can immediately press record again, but there will be that slight break. If you're in a warm locale, continuous s