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For anyone shooting with Canon DSLRs, there’s no reason NOT to shoot flat.  Here’s a video explaining why. (Source: http://player.vimeo.com/)

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Where my head is at right now. . .

Creating DCP Packages Color profiling your own DSLR, redux ProRes 422 Explained New portable Ninja 10-bit field ProRes recorder with HDMI for under $1000 Shooting with the Canon 7D (5/27) – Experimental Forum Build – 0.8.64 (SELECTIVE SYNCING THAT WORKS!!) … Continue reading

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Everything you were afraid to ask about Tilt-Shift.

Plungercammed: Tiny Fishermans Wharf from Bhautik Joshi on Vimeo. Here’s a cool guide to Tilt-Shift Photography, from Soup to Nuts. I can’t wait to see a REALLY COOL short film that uses this. 🙂 From the website: Have you ever … Continue reading

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“You mean I can’t just Cut my 7D Footage in FCP?”(From PvC)

Staying Native or Going Intermediate? Transcoding and Premiere Pro CS5 from Jason Levine on Vimeo. Here’s an interesting video talking about the What, Why, and When of transcoding footage. It’s got kinda a Premiere slant (trust me, don’t buy Premiere, … Continue reading

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40 Minutes on DSLR Filmmaking with Shane Hurlburt (The Christian Bale Freak-Out Guy)

I stumbled across this over on PvC… I haven’t watched it yet, but I figured it was totally up our alley; here’s the tag from PVC; Cinematographer Shane Hurlbut and his collaborators at Bandito Brothers in LA have been shaking … Continue reading

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Canon Video DSLR Workflow

UPDATE: There’s a New Canon FCP Plugin in the works… here’s a link to the news item LINK Will update my instructions/workflow once it’s out. With so many projects shooting vDSLR, there’s been some confusion with how to treat the … Continue reading

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