Channeling my inner ‘Raging Bull” from today’s shoot. Test graded screen grabs from rushes. Very happy! FS100. Can’t wait to edit!
This is amazing! Crowd sourced remake of Star Wars EPISODE IV #fb
I have met Kentucky native Randy Noland two times, once at the Amsterdam meet up last December then at my Brussels workshop even though he actually lives in the US. He is a wonderful guy and I have kept in touch with him ever since. He runs a successful software company but also creates all the video content as he loves to shoot. He has a huge passion for filming!
I knew he was expecting his second child but I was devastated to learn that she died a few days ago. Bonnie had a rare condition, Pontocerebellar Hypoplasia, and lived just under 3 months. The only comfort was that she died in her parents’ arms.
No parent should ever have to bury their own child and I ask if you can take a moment to think about them at this time of year and or course cherish your loved ones as they are the really important things in life. I know I will.
Randy made a lovely video for all his family and friends to mark Bonnie’s short life. My thoughts are with Randy, his wife, his daughter and all his other family.
This bugs the hell out of me!!
The very simple reason why I love 5K. Not because I am “future proofing” myself or showing in 5K…REFRAMING!!! #fb
last collection of frame grabs from today’s Epic shoot in Amarillo Texas using Canon L glass (love that 85 F1.2)! #fb
VERY happy with footage from today’s shoot on the EPIC for @therealturinbrakes #fb
Just a rough little demonstration of the crop on the RED EPIC and therefore applicable to the Scarlet. All shot at exactly same spot with same 50mm lens.
The Epic can record up to 96 FPS in full frame 5K (which is slightly larger than S35), as in using the whole sensor and at a 2.4:1 crop of that up to 120FPS. To get higher FPS you need to drop to 2k.
The highest resolution the Scarlet can do 24p in is the 4K crop, It can do up to 48FPS in 3K (not shown), 60p in 2k and 120FPS in 1K which I have guestimated here.
When underexposed as I am on this shot here, noise in the 2K crop is substantial. When using spot on exposure is essential.
Last set of frame grabs from Soren Bryce Martin #riven music video. Shot on Epic with Canon lenses
first 4 screen grabs from RED Epic and Canon lenses for Soren Bryce Martin #RIVEN music video. Lit with practicals, daylight and one lone Switronix Torch LED
Photoset one from “Host” directed by Danny Lacey. Shot on Epic by me
Photoset two of “Host” Directed by Danny Lacey. Shot on Epic by me!