We suggest writing a shorter biography.
Indeed. I try to do that too. However, I'm not that experienced in terms of editting so for me its more about I can't do it in another way but my own way. I never learned any roles or standard. But I wished I had those tools too, if only to rely on at times.
Long time ago they counted the LPs out - they're still here, more present than ever. I guess the same goes for film-stock. Kodak or another brand will surely re-release a stock or two. No matter how far they'll push the digital cameras in terms of image quality and (rental) costs, some filmmakers will stay true to film stock anyway.
I aint got a $10K machine but a $700 which runs BMC 2,5K RAW in real-time.
You might need SSD disk though.
Nice reading. I thought of an electric powered bike too. I'll try the el bike version with lavalier and see what comes out.
Am not sure yet but probably on tarmac or gravel surface. On cycle line or similar. But not on dirt trails.
Nice article. Since I never used to be directly involved in the post work, I've only done one trailer so far. With slight modifications, my thinking very much echoes that of the thoughts by you guys here. In my case music sets the tone and pacing and the trailer follows the music - rather than the other way around.
Instead of dividing into three acts I went with the following pieces: intro, establishing, 1st act, slow-down, crescendo, 2nd more intense act, slow down, outro.
I guess I should emphasis this is a docudrama, which of course may differ from a pure drama - or a pure documentary too for that matter.