Principal at Stenbakken Media and always looking for ways to tell the story better.
This is the stuff that takes film making from a hobby to a profession -- professionalism. Sure, anyone can shoot video (my phone does that!), but to be a PROFESSIONAL comes with a load of responsibilities. And these are just a few (and good ones at that!).
Good tutorial. But wow, what a clunky interface. Still, easier than making titles and using them as subtitles.
Honestly, I don't know who (except di-hard fanboys) will go for this. I'm not interested. And I shoot Canon DSLRs! (and Sony FS7 for video). Zero interest in this body.
Bummer. I was eagerly awaiting the Mk IV and since I shoot stills and video, hoped this would be an incredible thing. Meh. I have other options. We have LOTS of other options.
Lock on the market? All I can say is our production company sold all of our Canon gear last year when Canon decided not to include 4K in any of their cinema gear for less than $16,000. We didn't cry much. We now have four 4K cameras capable of everything from full frame to slow motion to incredibly wide cinema gamut. All for the same price of one single Canon C300ii. We now have FS7, FS5, A7sii, & A6300. Even Cannon's newest DSLR that has 4K capability does not have a cinema gamut. That lists for $6000.
I love seeing the "it's impossible" happen. And in one take (granted, a really long one with some boring parts dropped out). Huge kudos to everyone on their team.
Imagination + technical = this.
Lessons from 2015 for me: plan, shoot, edit, repeat.
Really, just doing it is the most important thing. Yes, after every project there are things I'd do differently. But I can only work through those "I'd do it differently" if I DO IT the first time (even if it's wrong). Damn the procrastination, full speed ahead.