I make a living by making websites, but am learning the trade of filmmaking.
Someone's using you for a project when you don't have a camera, sound, or light equipment? And you're not organized enough to post where in the world, country, etc this gig is in to help with your question.
I'm all for volunteering time and helping others. But it requires me to be excited. And your post is not exciting.
would help if those vimeo links showed a video for me. They just go to vimeo's pricing page.
But if I copy/paste the link, it'll load the videos.
Hey, Andre - I couldn't get over the sheer volume of "film effects". It was just so distracting.
I love the colors of A Blue Light.
And Jackie & Jane was neat. When they were sitting at the cafe, there was a lot of camera shake as they were just sitting there. And it felt like a consistent (same) camera shake.
Nice work! Keep it up.
Can your characters hold flashlights in the scene? Or check their cell phones with screen at full brightness?
Resolve is free to download and use. So give it a try on your next project and see if it works for you. I only have limited editing experienced, but I just dropped my Adobe sub and will be using Resolve and Fusion going forward.
It's like when someone has an opinion about Ford or Chevy trucks. Pick whichever you're more comfortable with. You can run into issues with anything. You could even go Linux depending on your workflow. Resolve (editing), Fusion (effects), Paint Net (image manipulation), Audacity (sound editing), and more all run on Linux.
This was great. Thank you!