Independent film maker and producer. Fuck big budgets.
Just a thought. You can edit your 1080p footage on a 4k timeline and deliver the final product in 4k. Your client probably won't be able to tell the difference, they'll be happy their video is in "4k" YouTube. Placebo effect at its finest.
This right here...
Forgot to mention, my friend who has seen Arrival did not know about La La Land until about an hour ago so the trailer is the most he's seen
Slightly off topic but.. I have not seen La La Land or Arrival yet (Too many projects I'm working on, saving them as a treat for finishing) but my friend who has seen Arrival says it will take the Oscar for Cinematography. I told him I think La La Land will take it from the behind the scenes and clips I've seen.
Between Arrival and La La Land, who do you guys think would take the Oscar for Cinematography? (Maybe neither of them but lets say they were the only 2 contenders)
Love the clickbait title and the fact that it wasn't bullsh*t
My first thought was he should have skipped that second angle all together. Too much fancy for a youtube tutorial. TBH I just skimmed through this video to see all the tips. Didn't really listen to him explain why