Marvel doesn’t need Spider-Man since they rolled him into Civil War, Infinity War, and Endgame; that story is told. With two more Spidey movies, Holland will be able to retire the suit and Marvel will get the IP back for Phase 5.
Great film! Thanks for being bold and sharing your film and insights. We're all hungry for affordable alternates to the Reds and Arris. Even though the Blackmagic products are great, I've been curious about Kinefinity and what they're offering.
What was the experience on the post-side? I'm assuming KineRaw wasn't out. Did you cut in Premiere with ProRes? Did you shoot in 6K and reframe for 4K?
This article really resonated: I had playback issues onlining a 4K project in Avid-the most recent software updates slowed things down to a crawl. I opted to move the project to Premiere, but never made it past the "Import AAF" dialogue box. After reading that Resolve would "fix" the Avid AAF for Premiere, I found that Resolve not only loaded the AAF but the project played back great in 4K. So I'm going to cut my next project in Resolve!
How is this better than Filmic Pro which Soderbergh used for "High Flying Bird"?
Would you build your own car? Your own refrigerator? How about a camera?
Why is everyone trying to save money on the one thing they need to get their work done? Apple builds the whole thing and programs the OS; if something goes wrong it's not them, it's the software we put on there. Adobe Premiere is prone to crash on everything. When was the last time Photoshop crashed?
Can’t wait to buy the 27” iMac. I recently went with a $4k Ryzen-based machine with a 1080ti and 64GB of ram, after years on the MacBook Pro. Not a great decision for me. The computer is awesome, but the Windows OS isn’t transparent like on a Mac. That’s why people prefer iPhone over Android. This can be debated forever but sometimes it’s a trick-I thought I could have Thunderbolt 3, but no, not on an AMD system. Apple gets the good stuff and sticks it in a box and people like me who make money with video, don’t want to hassle with building a system that might be awesome some of the time.