#fail WTF?! :/
To me you guys missed the most obvious and iconic use of cinematography in the classic horror film John Carpenter's "Halloween". The lighting, the angles, the subtle use of all these tools along with the DOF, LEGIT! Dean Cundey absolutely crushed it in every way, and ruined every Halloween since for me. I'm going to copy everything from that movie in some way with my own stuff. Amazing.
Hey man, great stuff. Totally appreciate the work you put in, so I don't have to! ;)
First off, where are the links to click on to help you out? I may be just blind and stupid but I didn't see them. Second, I'm trying to light night scenes on interior of cars. Going for a very subtle moonlight rim look or something thereabouts. That last one looked great from a size perspective, but leaning towards the Yongnuo. Or are there better options in your upcoming videos? Def gonna gel with 1/2 CTB and prob diffuse. Thoughts? Thanks again man, great stuff!
HOLY F'n GOD! Thank GOODNESS for YOU! I thought I was crazy and losing my mind hearing all the massive geeked out phrases, terms, acronyms, and abbreviations. Much more clear on whats going on still fuzzy Bit Rate's and Temporal Compression. But breathing much easier now. Look forward to next installment. Thanks! Where's the "tip jar"?