Tip of the Week: the proper way to wrap cables
In this relatively brief 4,000 word video essay John lobs a metaphorical bomb into the cottage industry of “Exposure Triangle” Videos. It really is time to move on, or at least put some perspective on the Exposure Triangle as an outdated tool in Filmmaking pedagogy.
I forced myself to watch Gemini Man in High Frame rate 120fps and then again in 24fps
In this #IQBiTS video, John responds to 7 myths that are commonly brought up by folks on our Frame Rate Video who hate 24 FPS. He further give 2 concert objective arguments on why 24 FPS is here to stay. If you dig the music, check out our music library at Artlist.io using our affiliate […]
Consider supporting us on http://Patreon.com/FilmmakerIQ Everybody’s talking about Avengers: Endgame but you have to be careful how far you draw the analysis. Endgame is not just “another movie”
Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/FilmmakerIQ I’ve gotten so many comments on my Frame Rate videos that I had to do another one address all the false analogies people keep writing… Show notes on our site: https://filmmakeriq.com/2019/12/busting-high-frame-rate-cinema-myths/ #FrameRate #HFR #24FPS #Cinema #HighFrameRate History of Frame Rate https://youtu.be/mjYjFEp9Yx0 A Defense of 24FPS and Why It’s Here to […]
When I saw Disney Pixar’s Coco for the first time, I couldn’t stop thinking about it. The movie struck me hard as few movies have in the past. As an experiment, I went to see it again about 3 months after the initial viewing – and I found that my first reaction to the film – that […]
Please consider supporting us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/FilmmakerIQ John Hess demonstrates how to wire up an inline dimmer to help control the strength of your lights. Keep in mind that most lights “warm up” when you dim them and unless a CFL says it’s dimmable, you’ll have weird results when dimming those bulbs. As always with […]
John Hess describes how to mechanize the indiSlider. For full write up and specs check out http://bit.ly/aII7WA
Consider becoming a patron on Patreon! https://patreon.com/FilmmakerIQ What does dual ISO mean in relation to Dynamic Range? We take the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K and demonstrate the unique strategies that emerge when shooting Dual ISO. Diving into Dynamic Range https://youtu.be/2sshGdMgJxQ The Science of Exposure and Metering https://youtu.be/-BHbY9p4BgI The Science of Camera Sensors https://youtu.be/MytCfECfqWc #DynamicRange, […]
With Extension tubes you can get up close and personal with your subjects – turning any lens you have into a macro lens. For a Link to the Lens Extension Kit click on the article below: http://filmmakeriq.com/2012/10/getting-upclose-to-the-money-shot-macro-with-extension-tubes
Well there’s really no answer but we’ll look at the average Oscar Winning Short film and then break down short films into four categories of general lengths to get some perspective on how long a short film should be.