I'm a twenty-seven year old commercial filmmaker working in Central North Carolina.
Another ridiculous politically-biased article...one more you lose me.
Aaron Sorkin is too full of fresh premium Sushi & $100 steaks to be thinking straight. You know what - and more power to him. He's a very talented man. Down those $40 cocktails…but don’t you DARE tell the salt-of-the-earth populous how to think (and how to vote).
Also, I'd suggest you keep nofilmschool.com apolitical. I don't...and don't think anyone comes here for their news. You're setting yourself up to loose visitors.
That comparison shot had to be with the 6K Dragon at ISO 2000 with the Skin-tone Filter in. I've shot my Epic Dragon at ISO 2000 before with the Standard/Low-Light OLPF's and never received something as noisey as that image.
Great video but not a great comparison.
Awesome video from the Academy! Regarding the best approach - I think it REALLY depends on the person. I personally find far more success when I'm slow & methodical. When in a slump - I often read everything I've written from the beginning and the next scene or piece of dialogue just comes naturally.
I think the flow of a screenplay and writing with the emotional context of previous scenes is incredibly important.
I edit in a very similar way. Take it from T.E. Lawrence (An absolute master of the English Language)
"All the revision in the world will not save a bad first draft: for the architecture of the thing comes, or fails to come, in the first conception, and revision only affects the detail and ornament, alas!"