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  • WHAT’S IN MY BAG? KIT FOR THE ROAD « Wide Open Camera
    irritating for widescreen So prepping my kitbag I had to be very precise about what to take and what to leave behind as we were having to sneak into the city a little bit and not draw too much attention to ourselves Everything was to be on sticks which I haven t done in ages as everyone wants me to shoot handheld these days Keeping me company was the Vinten Vision Blue a pre release model I ve got on loan at the moment and holy is it good For the money it s a very special piece of kit I humped my camera bag with the tripod slung over my shoulder up and down hills in 28 degree heat all day and really wasn t troubled by the weight Lens wise I ve gradually come to a place where I know I have most bases covered I m sponsored by Canon so unfortunately Zeiss glass is a no go area for me but I do have one non regulation lens in the bag that has proved invaluable Camera is the 5Dmk2 I shot all the interviews on the 50mm L f1 2 just a straight up simple lens that gives you everything you need for an interview You do have to give yourself a bit of room to get the framing you need but it s just clean and makes people look great 24 70 L f2 8 normally the go to lens for this kind of work but 24mm really wasn t wide enough most of the time and 70mm wasn t long enough so I used it a lot less than normal 70 200 f4 IS now this was invaluable I love this lens because it s so user friendly Unlike the 24 70L it doesn t extend it has great big chunky rings on the zoom and the focus ring and it s not too heavy IS is so useful and it handled all the long lens panning I did for details of buildings without any problem at all It s beautifully sharp too and not that expensive for what you re getting The joker in the pack is the Tokina 11 16 actually an APS C lens but at 15mm it s fine on the 5D and it enabled me to get almost all the insane architectural shots I needed looking up at the sky and capturing the full height of a building The final piece of the puzzle was a Fader ND I have a 77mm thread version as it fits the 24 70 and the 11 16 but obviously you need step rings for the other two lenses In the bright sunlight of Beirut this was absolutely essential keep checking this site for some great deals With that selection of lenses there was pretty much no situation I came up against that I didn t have covered At a push I would always like to have a really really long lens like a

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  • A Break From HDSLR « Wide Open Camera
    have been working on a documentary for them showing their sponsored riders work on the very first prototype and following their journey to the roll out of the production model I thought it would be cool to intercut high speed film footage with the rest of the project that has been shot on HDSLR 800ft of 7207 and few phone calls I was able to secure an ARRI SR3 camera package Check out the short vid below on this very cool camera Jared Abrams Visit My Website View My Other Posts Jared Abrams is a cinematographer based in Hollywood California After many years as a professional camera assistant he switched over to still photography About two years ago a new Canon camera changed the way the world sees both motion and still photography He just happened to be in the right place at the right time http www briantroy net Brian Troy Looks great Chris how did the footage turn out I guess my big question is what did you think of the lenses Sponsors Projects New Product Recent Posts Four Foot Soft Light Wand By Michael Sutton DIY Under 70 Red Announces Red Raven A Sub 6K Camera That

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  • Get Paid On The Spot With Square App. « Wide Open Camera
    phone via the headphone jack and swipe away Square charges a flat fee of 2 75 15 for card swiped sales and 3 5 15 for keyed in sales It takes between 2 4 days for the money to transfer to your bank account That s it No other charges Get paid on the spot Here is a rip from their site The process is very simple you simply open the app plug in the reader enter the customer sale info and amount into your phone You then swipe the credit cards through the reader and have your customer sign with their finger on the touch screen The sale authorization is shown on the phone and the receipt is sent electronically Done Jared Abrams Visit My Website View My Other Posts Jared Abrams is a cinematographer based in Hollywood California After many years as a professional camera assistant he switched over to still photography About two years ago a new Canon camera changed the way the world sees both motion and still photography He just happened to be in the right place at the right time Related Posts Nasty Clamps Nasty Flag Quick Take Video Posted on 29 February 2012 Kickstarter Responds It Begins The Board Of Education Doc Posted on 26 August 2011 Zac Majors Flying Zippy Hang Gliding With HDSLR s Posted on 27 July 2010 Quick Take Video Test Of The New LCW Digi Pro HD Fader ND Filter Posted on 04 January 2012 GoPro Announces Hero3 Black Edition With 4K Resolution Posted on 17 October 2012 Storage asset management and archive Where does it all go Posted on 23 April 2012 Sponsors Projects New Product Recent Posts Four Foot Soft Light Wand By Michael Sutton DIY Under 70 Red Announces Red Raven A Sub 6K Camera

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  • Litepanels and Swtronix LED Lights On Set. « Wide Open Camera
    with the iPhone 4 Updated the video a little after the shoot Thanks for checking it out Jared Abrams Visit My Website View My Other Posts Jared Abrams is a cinematographer based in Hollywood California After many years as a professional camera assistant he switched over to still photography About two years ago a new Canon camera changed the way the world sees both motion and still photography He just happened to be in the right place at the right time Related Posts The Blackmagic Pocket Camera Review By Philip Bloom Part 1 Posted on 25 August 2013 Lenzhound Wireless Follow Focus For Under 400 US Posted on 12 January 2015 Thunderbolt 2 Are Your Peripherals Obsolete Posted on 27 June 2013 ZOOMS VS PRIMES DAMMIT Posted on 29 December 2010 Shooting in Senegal Part 1 Talent Comes First Posted on 14 July 2011 Sony Announces NEX F3 Camera 600 With 18 55mm Lens Posted on 17 May 2012 Sponsors Projects New Product Recent Posts Four Foot Soft Light Wand By Michael Sutton DIY Under 70 Red Announces Red Raven A Sub 6K Camera That Shoots 4K Up To 120 fps Zeiss Milvus Nikon Mount Lenses First Look Video SmallHD

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  • Candles Project One Year anniversary. Long Cool Trip So Far. « Wide Open Camera
    85mm at f1 4 800 ISO I did not try to pull focus I simply let the actors drift in and out The only light source is the candle shown in the video Jared Abrams Visit My Website View My Other Posts Jared Abrams is a cinematographer based in Hollywood California After many years as a professional camera assistant he switched over to still photography About two years ago a new Canon camera changed the way the world sees both motion and still photography He just happened to be in the right place at the right time Related Posts First Look LCW Helmsman USB Follow Focus For Canon DSLR Cameras Posted on 07 August 2011 10 Tips To Better HDSLR Video Posted on 01 January 2011 New Sony a7RII Announced With 4K Internal Recording 3200 US Posted on 10 June 2015 Tattoo Documentary Promo Posted on 21 October 2010 The Extra Mile DSLR Video Posted on 22 May 2012 Basic Data Management With Evan Luzi From The Black Blue Posted on 30 August 2011 Sponsors Projects New Product Recent Posts Four Foot Soft Light Wand By Michael Sutton DIY Under 70 Red Announces Red Raven A Sub 6K Camera That

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  • 90 Minute Lunch – Pre Production « Wide Open Camera
    all lend to your arsenal These are key steps to give you the confidence to show up at call time and know exactly where and how you ll shoot a specific scene Please take a look at the videos below to see some more info on how we relied on the pre production process to solidify the vision of our short before any camera ever rolls 90 Minute Lunch Pre Production from Chris Marino on Vimeo http www wideopencamera com ChrisMarino DP 90 Minute Lunch Lens Selection from Chris Marino on Vimeo http www wideopencamera com ChrisMarino DP Jared Abrams Visit My Website View My Other Posts Jared Abrams is a cinematographer based in Hollywood California After many years as a professional camera assistant he switched over to still photography About two years ago a new Canon camera changed the way the world sees both motion and still photography He just happened to be in the right place at the right time Related Posts Seiki 4K 50 Inch Monitor For Under 1500 Posted on 18 April 2013 Marshall Electronics Announces A New Wireless Transmitter NAB 2013 Posted on 28 March 2013 Sony Announces the PMW 300 Posted on 12 June 2013 Cine Gear 2011 Tom Howie of Glidecam Posted on 05 June 2011 Get Lit The LED Lights We Travel With Posted on 02 December 2011 Redrock Micro Announces Release Date For Micro Remote Follow Focus System Posted on 13 June 2011 http YourWebsite Ryan Jesus dude hate to say it but wtf I hope to God that you and your buddy s attire isn t like that on the shoot That and you know him lighting up in your video isn t so classy I may be old school but presence and presentation are kinda big in the industry

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  • Top 10 Tips for making post a lot easier « Wide Open Camera
    Cut Pro using H264 without needing to render believe me it s possible but it s sketchy For Final Cut Pro users out of preference use the E1 plugin MPEG Streamclip shifts the gamma and gives you an incorrect file too dark But be careful with the E1 plugin because occasionally it will import only part of the clip Solve this by setting an in and out point in the log and transfer window No more problems Other solutions include Magic Bullet Grinder decent but you have to pay for it and 5DtoRGB High quality for visual FX work but takes forever to do the transcode Thumbnail view Non Linear editing programmes normally allow you to switch the browser where you keep your clips to a thumbnail view rather than a list view It s much much easier to see what you re editing with than working from a list where all the files have nearly identical names MVI 1000 etc just gets confusing Thumbnails are invaluable when working with tapeless formats Rough cuts are your friend Throw clips in the timeline in the rough order they re meant to go in then start to refine the sequence One of the best things to do is make a sequence called selects go through your clips and pull out clips you like throwing them down in the selects timeline This will now become your source for the skeleton of your edit Pulling clips randomly out of the browser is never usually that fast or efficient Be organised Projects are like houses The better organised they are the easier they are to manage Make folders for footage capture cutaways audio images gfx sequences and music then start organising your footage Go through every clip once marking points that you like with markers I cannot stress how important it is to run a tight ship when you edit Projects can get out of hand really quickly Learn the keyboard shortcuts Editing is mechanical but it s also evaluative The more time you spend watching and evaluating your edit the better it will be The mechanical side of editing is always getting in the way of that The faster you can crank through the mechanics of the process the better your edit will be because you can simply try more things and spend more time watching the flow of the cut V important Park your edits make new ones regularly It s a very good idea to make multiple copies of your edit as it progresses When working with clients each time I send a copy for approval I park that version of the edit When I receive notes from the client I duplicate the sequence and make the amends to that sequence When you do the amends you will normally be given timecodes to work from Do the amends in reverse order working with the ones that refer to the latest timecode first When you change things earlier in the sequence it will

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  • HDSLR Camera Prep For Cinema 5D. « Wide Open Camera
    hand on all of the equipment we will use for the shoot Leaving something behind is a real pain A camera prep will save time during the shoot and ultimately money on the day Here is our camera prep gear breakdown Jared Abrams Visit My Website View My Other Posts Jared Abrams is a cinematographer based in Hollywood California After many years as a professional camera assistant he switched over to still photography About two years ago a new Canon camera changed the way the world sees both motion and still photography He just happened to be in the right place at the right time Related Posts CINEMA Picture Profile Worth the money Posted on 13 September 2011 RED Scarlet Test Video With Three Hot Models In Lingerie Posted on 04 February 2012 New Zeiss Batis Lenses Announced 25mm f2 and 85mm f1 8 Sony E Mount Posted on 22 April 2015 AJA KI PRO MINI ON MY DESK Posted on 24 March 2011 New Marshall 5 6 Monitor Available Now Posted on 29 May 2012 Wide Open Camera Prep For Africa Shoot Posted on 05 July 2011 Sponsors Projects New Product Recent Posts Four Foot Soft Light Wand By

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