August 9, 2016 at 9:09AM

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Educational Resources for Cinematographers and Filmmakers

Hey I'm looking for opinions on the best educational resources for cinematographers and filmmakers. I know masterclass has some good information but I also recently came across Shanes Inner Circle.. Anybody ever use shanes inner circle and could give some insight on it? I see that it's only 17$ a month which is not bad but are there any other classes like this out there that are worth mentioning? Trying to weigh all options before I subscribe to the inner circle. Thanks.

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While you're waiting for the reviews to roll in, you can't go wrong in retaking Trial and Error With What You've Got 101. Come back here for some honest criticism after fishing something and I bet you'll have probably learned quite a lot.

August 9, 2016 at 8:06PM

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Gordon Byrd
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I know this is a "plug", but i've dedicated much of my blog to sharing information about cinematography. Check it out...

https://acinematographersjournal.wordpress.com/category/instructional-se...

August 10, 2016 at 12:29PM

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John Dimalanta
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rogerdeakins.com

August 11, 2016 at 12:08PM

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I am rather new to video, but I love it. Not a pro, like others here. Perhaps a beginners perspective will help you.
I found Alastair Chapmans videos on xdcamuser.com to be helpful for understanding Sony cameras and log footage.
Wolfcrow.com has many helpful videos.
https://www.youtube.com/user/LearnColorGrading/about has some great videos on color correcting and grading on youtube. Really clear and easy to follow.
So does Matt Johnson, https://www.youtube.com/user/WhoIsMatt, especially if you like Sony.
Phillip Blooms reviews are fun and I learned a lot about cameras from them.
Those really helped me get started with color and shooting.
Even though many are about resolve, which I am not really using yet. I find Premiere Pro is great for many cool features, but it is hard to navigate.
I have been using the new Sony Programs catalyst prepare and edit. I really like them they are very easy interfaces and handle the Sony formats easily. I have been color correcting in them easily and having a great time.
Here is a summer sunset over SF, https://vimeo.com/176332211,
and me doing tai chi, https://vimeo.com/174369506.
You have already found one of the best No Film School! I check it everyday and often get inspired. Thank you to No Film School!

August 15, 2016 at 11:22AM

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Scott Jensen
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Ah very nice. Yes in a matter of fact I shoot on the Sony A7sii so I'm really looking forward to checking out the Sony Program catalyst, never heard of that one. I have been watching Wolfcrows videos on youtube but will also check out matt johnson. Yes I also use premiere pro and find a lot of people using resolve for color correcting which is unfortunate. Awesome videos!

Scott Oswald

September 7, 2016 at 8:24AM

Cinematographers and Filmmakers so many students interested in this field but some of the resource affordable for the student.But student use latest technology use in different channel and learning some of the online australian assignments help for student pay for affordable assignment and some of watching video learning etc.

October 4, 2017 at 7:46AM, Edited October 4, 7:46AM

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November 9, 2017 at 2:07AM

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