Max C. Ariel
In the future, please mark advertisements as such.
I'm not sure what's more offensive here, that you're shamelessly pimping a shady link on a film forum or that you said Skyrim is the best Elder Scrolls.
Probably not, no.
slimy work as usual nfs. way to make a buck off a tragedy without even addressing it.
Literally an advertisement disguised as a filmmaking tutorial. I know it's hard to tell sometimes because 90% of the tutorials posted on this site are the same sort of generic, self-evident advice but when the first line of the video description is a link to buy their $100 pack of stock lens flairs, all you're doing is enabling this cancerous online filmmaking culture where it's all about ways to generate the easiest possible internet income and any actually helpful filmmaking and storytelling advice coming as an afterthought, if at all. It's preying on those who know little about the subject to get clicks and giving them confused, inconsistent guidance on their path forward, constantly dangling things that they can buy in front of them as solutions to their crippled skillset. It's pretty gross, honestly.
Also, hot tip: never use stock lens flairs, it always looks bad and obvious. Yes, always. It's distracting from the things you're doing well and you don't need them. Please stop.
Yeah, well editors, makeup professionals, and cinematographers aren't jedi, they're hardworking, essential professionals whose efforts are being overlooked explicitly in favor of others in their same field, simply because less people know their names. For you to expect them to take it on the chin like some fantasy ascetic is actually pretty insulting.