The old era of doing things is gone. You no longer need to set up a crane for an overhead shot – just pop the MōVI on a stick. Don’t get stuck in the past, embrace the present, and think about the future.
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Freefly has been instrumental in flipping the whole paradigm on how I shoot movies. It’s not about the trick shots, it’s more about figuring out how we can use this incredible device that Freefly has created, the MoVI, to shift the paradigm of how we make movies and how it change the dynamics within the movie making industry. Welcome to the future.
“How do you seamlessly stitch a one shot sequence together using multiple shots?” This is a great question because not many cinematographers break it down. These are just a few of tips from Shane Hurlbut, ASC to get you in the pocket for the perfect “oner.” Shane’s Inner Circle members received his full in-depth guide to one shot sequences as part of their monthly subscription in June 2017. Sign up today and never miss articles like this to enhance your filmmaking!
It is incredible how just one light that is not direct, but bouncing off something, changes the mood and tone of your image. It doesn’t have to be from a bounce card; it can be a wall, a floor or a ceiling. Indirect light is one of my favorite lights to use. I feel it mimics what your eyes see because it is natural, soft, forgiving and beautiful.
Greetings! It is with great pleasure that I accept the opportunity to guest blog with Hurlbut Visuals on the topic […]
The first job that I ever shot with the Canon 5D was as Director and DP on a webisode series that Director of “Terminator Salvation” McG asked me to do. We produced these webisodes as part of the “Terminator Salvation” marketing campaign to be used…
We are going to give you a special treat on this blog. When I travel around the world, many people come up and ask me about the one shot helicopter crash in Terminator:Salvation. So I thought this was a fitting place to talk about all in one shot sequences…
My first experience with the 5D DI color correction was for the Terminator Webisodes produced by the Bandito Brothers through Wonderland Sound and Vision. McG asked me to be the Director/Cameraman for these alternative marketing shorts that were going on the Internet.