I wonder when adobe is going to have a complete overhaul of its softwares, because adding functionalities and create more and more new softwares that could be just part of existing ones is not going to last forever.
It's been 25 years adobe, it's time for drastic changes.
I bought two juicebox battery for my BMPCC4K. Each last 2h30 of continuous shooting. Most of the time, one battery last the whole day.
The BMPCC4K is such a wonderful camera, it feels like Blackmagic could very well be on the verge of creating one of the best camera in history next.
In my country it's mandatory to have covid "supervisors" in shootings (ones with budgets and a lot of people though) The more there is people on set, the more "supervisors" is requested on set too. They obviously make sure the protocols are respected and have to have some medical training too, they can be doctors or nurse or medical assistant.
But it's actually the insurance companies and production companies that pushed this too. And I have to tell you, those protocols are kind of crazy and seems really hard to respect. I can't say if they really are or not.
But you tell me that the US don't anything like that? Production companies went "fuck it, the assistants can do this", and insurance companies went "alright let's roll baby!".
Watched it twice already, waiting for my citizen kane blu ray to watch it again and then watch Mank a third time.
Fincher didn't make just a movie about the writing of Citizen Kane, he made it to be like Citizen Kane and Mank are the two sides of the same coin.
Magnificient movie, and for the first time I hope they'll release a netflix movie on Blu Ray.