James Tonkin - shooting with RED Epic
Register to attend the Movie Machine Digital Cinema Festival and see James's cinema presentation, featuring footage filmed with RED Epic, on the big screen.
London based filmmaker, James Tonkin of Hangman Studios, tells why he purchased a RED Epic.
James has worked with some of the hottest acts in the world, including Robbie Williams, The Rolling Stones, Coldplay and many UK and international companies. James shoots with many different cameras; he is the proud owner of a RED Epic which gives him the resolution and quality to work at the highest levels.
Den Lennie - on location with the Sony PMW-F5
A preview of the Den Lennie's Cinema Presentation to be shown at the Movie Machine Digital Cinema Festival, Dec 4, at the Prince Charles Cinema, Leicester Square, London.
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Shooting S-Log 2 to SxS 2 cards, recording XAVC at 100mbps. On the front of the camera is a Zeiss 28-80mm compact zoom, priced at $20 000 USD. The graded images are spectacular and we will be showing these on the big screen, with interview content with Den, about why he chose the PMW-F5, his choice of lenses, and what you need to know to capture cinematic images, regardless of which camera you choose.
Den is the force behind F-Stop Academy
F-Stop Academy offers filming workshops around the world, online training, and is a valuable resource for anyone looking to further their filmmaking knowledge.
LED Lighting with Dedolight
Dedo Weigert, Cinematographer and inventor of the Dedo lighting system, explains why the big push towards LED lighting for the mobile crews.
There has been a revolution in lighting in recent years. LED lighting, once seen as inferior to traditional lights, has made huge advancements. Many mobile crews today shun powered lights choosing only to use low power LED lights.
Dedo explains the range of Dedo LED lights, the advantages the bring, and developments in this technology.
RICK YOUNG: WHY WE NEED RAW, WHY WE NEED COMPRESSED
07/12/2013 - Recorded live at the Movie Machine Digital Cinema Festival, Prince Charles Cinema, Leicester Square, London, December 4, 2013.
Featuring footage filmed with: Blackmagic Cinema Camera; Blackmagic Pocket Camera, Sony PMW-F3; Digital Bolex; Canon 5D Mark III recording RAW with Magic Lantern hack.
In the this presentation Producer/Director, Rick Young, runs through the reasons of when to shoot RAW and how this can be used to enhance the filmmaking process. However, there is a cost to RAW - and for many productions compressed formats are the most suitable acquisition format.
Rick explores the reasons to use both workflows, backed up by many visual examples showing the tremendous grading potential which RAW offers, and the high level of quality which compressed images provide, when shot well with the right camera in the right hands.