Sound design and filmscoring.
Why isn't there a premiere pro for ipad (not adobe rush)? Lumafusion offers a working NLE on Ipad, not on the same level of functionality as premiere, but far better then adobe rush. Adobe, where are you? The Ipad pro with lumafusion is far more powerfull (or better optimised) then an old Imac with i7 3.1GHZ quad core with première... I have to render indefinitely.
hopefully it comes with a speedbooster, because I want to film the moon sand in 16K when there is an eclipse from earth. I have heard there is a special kind of moon worm that shows itself, hopefully the IBIS works in tripod lock mode, and the skin tones of the special moon worm aren't too green saturated.
It isn't laziness, it is about versatility. For a Carefull planned shot in narrative cinema making you can use the best camera's so why don't you rent arri for that kind of jobs? For non narrative filmmaking a weather sealed body with battery power can frame the snow storm in your city while your hands don't freeze holding a cold tripod or monopod. On top of that the so called lazy people are maybe old or invalid or bankrupt spending thousands to SSD's and are able to tell their stories with Ibis technology.
Coming from canon dslrs I am very pleased with gh5 in iso 400 until 1600. It has a certain clarity that is good for documentary. The internal 400mbit all i codec is great for editing I do think and having a 4992x37xx (dont know the exact number) recording mode, allthough in h265 and gop 420 , allows for reframing. 10 bit works better for editing than 8 bit, no banding for picture in picture effects without the need for transcoding in premiere. But yes, I didnt notice any difference between prores 422hq recorded by atomos and the internal 400mbit h264 codec, except better performance on mac. Which other camera do you think has 10 bit internal and can output 10 bit prores 422 or prores RAW at 1800 euro?
Blackmagic is doing that allready for years, not? Blackmagic pocket cinema camera... under 1000, cinema DNG recording.
As a master student in music composition, with special interest in soundtrack composition, professors tell me that teaching is one way out to have an income. However, someone I know who has two masters, one in film directing, and another in medieval singing, told me even teaching in a school isn't always good for an artist. In Belgium it involves a lot of bureaucracy and stupid work, not related to teaching. So as an art student in composition and cross-over (interested in camera work and editing) I don't have perspective to actual live in a country that is supposed to be the center of Europe. If you work, you can't make compositions. Passive income is the only answer...