It seems easier to get more fine tuned motion tracking adjustments this way since your primary target is made completely still. For example, being able to really line up your elements to the target makes for a better effect and possibly less reliant on things like motion blur to hide any inconsistencies. This can be especially true if a project is shot with much looser framing/handheld.
Considering their track record both critically and financially, clearly they are doing something right. Do you feel that it's not that way and how so?
Group color is possible with Adjustment Layers, but I guess if the clips aren't next to each other on the timeline, a GROUP COLOR option would be nice. Or even LINK COLOR where you adjust a clip from a source footage, the additional use of that same footage will also adjust.
I mean, the Alan Gordan Mini Viewfinder is about 180 bucks, not so expensive to have really.
Am I the only one who's thinks the "finger frame" thing is easily the most pretentious act ever?
"This is a service industry." Wasn't the main issue with the Force Awakens was that is just FAN SERVICE?