I'm curious how you would number the intercut scenes in a shooting script, for instance, for a phone call. You start with person A in scene 1, the phone rings, then switch to person B in scene 2. Then the intercut, which I presume is unnumbered. Then when the call is over, we stay with person A. Is this still scene 1, or now scene 3? With a lot of phone calls to person A, it might look like scene 1 is now scenes 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9...
Curious about frame rate. I shoot lots of live dance with the two-camera wide/full-body close-up approach, but I've been wondering about shooting in 30p rather than my usual 24p. I like the slightly more blurred look (and greater light) of 24p, but I'm coming around to thinking that 30p better captures and portrays the actual movement. Thoughts?
Also, I shoot in 4K, which gives me more "wiggle room" to shoot a bit wider and then crop during editing, to make sure I don't miss the feet!
Luke, any observations about rolling shutter? It's a big drawback with the A7s.
15 cents per hour sounds similar to YouTube payments, which are less than a penny per view (not sure how that compares by length). Instead, you can charge for your movie and then get 50% of net. So, a $5 movie with 30,000 views could yield that same $75K... if people were willing to pay for video...
I'm curious what kind of rates Amazon pays for scripts. Anyone here have any experience selling a script to them?
I agree. I wonder how hard they looked for a solution for the 7Q.