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Even before a lens, we tested how we were going to deal with the IR pollution problem when shooting Into the Badlands.
Welcome to the Hurlbut Visuals Blackmagic Cinema Camera Tiffen Variable ND test.
The Tiffen Company manufactures filters that filmmakers trust from discerning amateurs to Hollywood cinematographers. Over the years, Filmmakers Academy’s cinematography mentor, Shane Hurlbut, ASC, reviewed the quality and value of Tiffen Filters. He even worked alongside the Tiffen Company to create filters for a feature film designed to meet precise specifications. Shane’s filter reviews are […]
When you’re just starting out as a cinematographer, understanding filters can seem a bit tricky. With all the different kinds of filters out there, it’s easy for filmmakers to slip up and use the wrong kind — or worse yet, fail to use one altogether. Especially when it could have enhanced your shot. Neutral Density […]
Shooting in IR is actually very easy to do, but only after you have learned some of the basics and thought about why you want to use it. Like with all rules there’s a time and place to break them for creative purposes.
There’s a million and one ways to rig a camera, here I go into detail on how I rig my cameras for “Studio Mode”
All of these rules of engagement mean being obsessed with the subtleties. In a 2 hour (plus) feature film, you’re not going to see it. Rather, you’re going to feel it. That’s what the emotion is all about. You want to feel it in some way and not be taken out of the film because of camera work.
I will take the URSA Mini to its breaking point and show you what it can do so you can make informed creative decisions in your storytelling.
This article focuses on the Panasonic GH4 and its performance in the Latitude. This is incredibly important to have a solid understanding of what your latitude means and what it does for you.
@shanehurlbutasc Today we are doing a XEEN lens comparison test with the newly added 14mm and 35mm XEEN lenses. We’re going to compare these lenses with the Canon CN-E, Zeiss CP.2, and our Cooke S4 lenses. To do this, we rigged it up so that we have all four cameras rolling at the same time, […]
RED has released a Standard OLPF filter and the results are shockingly great. The Standard OLPF filter enables the RED color space to fall in like the Alexa, which has become the benchmark of our industry.
The workflow I show you can be a guideline for how you can create your own setup at your new or growing company.
The master builds a camera design with forethought. They make it future proof; they think out of the box, providing a size that can intensify creativity and a workflow that doesn’t require terabytes of storage. The Dragon sensor has done this for the Epic. There is another camera that takes all that I just talked about and makes it even better. Your WEAPON of choice will be just that – the RED WEAPON, revealed at NAB. It is my camera of choice for my next project
Going inside the New Blackmagic URSA 4K Camera for Cinematic Capture
These extensive tests between the Red Epic and the Canon C500 were conducted over three days with seven other cameras.
This week we take you through Canon C500 and Arri Alexa tests of IR Filtration, Interior Latitude, Night ISO, and Night Driving.
We all have seen the documentary style and how it looks and feels with real people. The director, Xander over at Backyard Productions, had a different idea and it was so unique and fun to shoot that I wanted to share it with all of you.
Episode III “Carnival” was on Day two of our four day shooting schedule. This day was a very ambitious one because we had four company moves. We started at the ranch house location, moved to meadow location, then on to the main street location for the street fight.