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I use Fade In and just wanted to give it a vote of confidence.
I saw Rian Johnson post a screenshot on Instagram of his, in progress, screenplay for Star Wars using some software I'd never seen before. Looked it up and gave it shot. Very happy and don't see myself using anything else ever again (especially since a one-time price means lifetime free updates).
Surprised you haven't been upvoted a ton... I nearly stood up and applauded after reading your comment.
Yeah, this is a simplification for beginning filmmakers. Except, if you learn cookie-cutter, boring, flowchart filmmaking right at the beginning you risk a(nother) generation of filmmakers with bad, lazy habits.
Yes, editors need coverage and options. But your shot list should be motivated by how best to tell the story. Don't settle for this "eh, lets get the master some mediums and some close-ups and we'll figure out how to tell this story visually in the editing room" bs.
For sure. Really enjoyed the comparison. Especially how you could synch up multiple lens videos and play them simultaneously. Really well done.
The Cooke anamorphics look sexy!
How about we all share?
I got: Kodak Portra 400
-Superb skin tones
So what is the answer?