So for a second time i’ve had the opportunity to work alongside the band “doll” (local band from Ottawa Ontario) and help them create a music video for one of their new tracks. So as of today it is finally finished.
So a little bit about the video…
Firstly this video was entirely shot with Canon dSLR cameras. We used both a T2i and 7D. In regards to our lens choice we used what i had available… which was a Canon 50mm f/1.8, a Canon 24-85 f/3.5-5.6, and lastly a Sigma 17-70 f/2.8-4.5. Both cameras were always hand held to give it the shaky look. We then imported it into Final Cut Pro X and did the color correcting with Red Giant’s Magic Bullet Looks plugin (we ended up having some problems but i do explain that in the video). The little girl in the video is my daughter and this was completely out of her element which makes me so proud. Pretty hard song to memorize so that she could lip sync along with the song.
Here’s the video …
Here is the video that I previously did with them (about a year or so ago). Be warned that this video has very strong language. So watch at your own discretion.
So yesturday I posted a video review of the iOS app Filmic Pro. Once of the features that I really liked was the stabilizer. Now since the video i was showing was being screen captured there was a fair bit of quality loss. So today I went and hooked my iPhone to my mount in my car. Drove around and recorded it, to see how well the stabilizer within Filmic Pro worked. Pretty good indeed. Anyways take a look and let me know what you think.
So I came across this cool app called Filmic Pro for iOS (iPhone and iPad) and I must say that it is pretty cool. If you use your iPhone or iPad to do video recording this may turn into your ‘GO TO App’. I must say that this will probably be the app that I use most for video recording on the iPhone.
So check out my video review. Hope you like.
So I just received a much faster SDXC card and decided to do some more speed tests with the new card. Seems the actual adapter is actually quite fast and in my previous tests it was the card that was the slow part. Check out the video to see the results with the new card.
So im sure a lot of us shoot SLR cameras that require CF cards. I know that I do. I have a Canon 7D and 10D which both use CF cards, and I have a Canon T2i which uses SD cards. Plus a lot of little Point and Shoot cameras as well as mini camcorders, which also shoot on SD cards.
Now I also have an iMac and a Macbook Pro (+ an iPad) which all support SD cards and not CF (unless of course i use a card reader).
Also SD cards are cheaper. And saving money is always good. So how can you use your SD cards in your CF style cameras?
Well I came across this adapter. You take a little bit of a performance hit, but the real question is how much of a hit?
Watch my video to find out …
Let me know what you think. Is this something that you would use?