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Tim Crowe

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May 12th 2012
4 Posts
Cinestyle or no?
by Stephanie Joan 7 years ago
I'm reading about Technicolor's Cinestyle, and I'm thinking I might give it a try. Question - are there any reasons why I wouldn't want to use it I'd like to be aware of any caveats before I jump in.
Re: Cinestyle or no?
by Tim Crowe 7 years ago
Hi Stephanie, I've used Cinestyle on a number of occasions and one thing to be mindful of is the fact that it adds noise to the footage. If you use it, it becomes crucially important to use the native
How can you minimize exposure "pumping" when going between indoors and outdoors?
by Shaun Kendall 7 years ago
We've got a shoot coming up that will have a Panasonic Lumix GH2 DSLR camera shooting one continuous video shot using a stedicam and we'll be going from outside to inside, back outside and then inside
Re: How can you minimize exposure "pumping" when going between indoors and outdoors?
by Tim Crowe 7 years ago
Hi Shaun, We had a similar problem on a shot we did going from the bright and sunny outdoors to a heavily shaded front porch, then into the lower light of the entry way and house. You can see it here:
What lenses was this video filmed with?
by David Smimble 7 years ago
Hi Im told this video was filmed with a Canon DSLR (5D or 7D). Im interested to find out what lenses you experts out there think it might have been filmed with. Im trying to replicate the same sort of
Re: What lenses was this video filmed with?
by Tim Crowe 7 years ago
Hi Richard, My best guess would be that they used a combo that's popular among professionals. The first one would be a Canon 24-70mm f2.8. This is perhaps the best lens for DSLR videographers. It allo
Wireless video preview from 550D?
by Kryštof Jankovec 9 years ago
Hello, does anyone know or have any idea how to achieve a wireless video transmission from an EOS 550D T2i Id like to see what my camera is recording, from a distance on an external display. Certainly
Re: Wireless video preview from 550D?
by Tim Crowe 7 years ago
You can use the Teradek Cube in a number of ways. First, you could attach the Cube to your camera, stream to a wireless router of some sort, then send the signal from the router to an iPad. This solut
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