So, at $2,299 this is your recommended camera for video. Shall I sell my Ursa Mini 4K and get the Canon R instead? I am worried I made the wrong choice.
Exciting stuff. The only thing I think is incorrect is that you mention the Ursa Mini. As far as I can see this is only available to the Ursa Mini Pro (which is a shame as I only have the Ursa Mini)
The problem with this is that photoshop just isn’t the best tool for the job, it’s not designed as a typographic layout tool.
Something like adobe illustrator would be more suited to the task. Yes photoshop can do it, but beginners should be aware it’s not the go to tool for this kind of work.
Adobe seem to be just tweaking and sharing features from app to app. When are they going to pay attention to the core issues. I am a fairly new user of Premiere (but fully versed in photoshop etc). Where is the colour management settings in Premiere for example, why spend ages in Lumetri when you can’t be sure if it’s going to look right on the output side. Rec709, P3, sRGB. I use DaVinci Resolve, it’s simple and clear and not cluttered with bits from this and that. Adobe is starting to feel like working on a PC rather than a Mac, with bits of software implemented everywhere, patched together. I have been an adobe user for 20 years but I am now moving over to the likes of DaVinci, CaptureOne etc. Tools built for the job, not this mediocre consumerism crap. Does anyone agree? Feel the same?
Just don't forget the people who helped you create along the way, who also didn't have the time or money but did it anyway. (This is not a comment about Casey Neistat; I don't know him) just a thought to bear in mind that success is rarely a singular thing, the joy in making comes from collaboration.
I bought a HP. And very happy with it, I just wish it could run OS X.