In a documentary shot 2012-2015 I am working on, there is all sorts of footage: Nikon, Canon, Sony various cameras. One thing stands out though, that's the Canon C100 colour.
I made a decision to continue with only Canon. The specs of other Cameras (Sony ) look far better, but there colour technology is inferior to Canons Clog.
I agree completely with you.
The film should have been darkened in post to create the night feeling. Too bad it hasn't. You see this on many films on YT. People show the quality low light techniques, by making everything too bright.
That's exciting technic. The only thing I wory about is, that the result does not give a night feeling. It more looks like dusk or dawn most of the times.
To give an example of night feeling, Taxi driver with Robert de Niro lets you breath the night. A 400 Iso film pushed to 800 or 1600 Iso was all that was needed.
A very meaningful contribution. Too bad the speed of narration makes me feel old.
Nowadays people do not only work in one app. Learning keyboard shotcuts for various apps can be confusing for a lot of people. I use a Wacom tablet and a stylus for a number of reasons:
1. evading the risk of RSI (e.g. rotoscoping in After Effects, Mocha)
2. ease of use in any app
3. nearly as fast as the use of shortcuts
Working with a stylus on sliders can be inaccurate though. Worst case, you can type in the number.
Great Halloween post. Hilarious video on blood production!