With cameras such as A7S and the likes, we can now push ISOs upto 50,000 and yet get a clean workable image. Whenever I'm doing that, I always wonder what the likes of Kubrick and Hitchcock would have done with the tools we have today. I have no doubt that this is truly the greatest time to be alive as a filmmaker.
Tried searching for a bit, but can anyone tell me what's this 'Blue Only' thing? I just ordered one today and I'm wondering if this is something important.
Bong Joon-ho - Of all his films, I liked Snowpiercer the least. It was good filmmaking but not a great film. I'm excited to see Okja and see what it'll be like.
I don't see an argument compelling enough for me to make a switch. Especially since I have to invest time in learning a new tool whose function is more than met by my current tools such as FCPX and Premiere. Except of course "It's a gateway to Hollywood" stuff. But I think I'll download and try it out anyway. Never know what one might discover I guess.
Dear Adobe, please add audio lanes to premiere. I've been using it on FCPX and I love it.
I'd have to agree with Curtis here. I know that premiere is doing the big push everywhere. But you guys should do articles on FCPX once in a while. I cut my teeth on premiere and I love it to death. But I've been editing on FCPX these past few months and I feel the software really gets out of the way between the editor and the edit. I never worry about clips getting out of sync somewhere down the line because I did something earlier on. And more importantly it encourages me to find alternate (read creative) ways of cutting. If nothing, the audio lanes are a godsend.
Before I get bashed for this, I still use premiere as a finishing tool. Neat video doesn't hold up too good on FCPX yet. And yes, the export options, the lack of it, is disappointing. But come on, you guys should really do some articles on FCP. Especially since you can buy it once and have an updated version for the rest of your life.
Damn. Things were not easy back in the day.