I’ve tweaked the audio, given the video punchier blacks, used the new comic book effect in Final Cut Pro sparingly, reduced the duration of a couple of clips, added new footage of Phuong shot a couple of days ago and removed the green tint in some of the clips. “Evening Forever” by KieLoKaz License
A screen shot from this afternoon’s shoot with Phuong at Saigon Life Cafe.
A screen grab from today’s shoot with Phuong at Saigon Life Cafe. Sony a7 III, 85mm f/1.8.
A new feature in the effects pane allows you to turn your live action video into animation at the click of a mouse. It’s pretty cool!
We met up yesterday morning and took a taxi to the Fine Arts Museum (formerly a private villa designed by a French architect and constructed in the early 20th century) but because of the heavy traffic, instead of the usual ten minutes, it ate up a precious thirty minutes of the two hours I normally… Read More
I’m getting superb color rendition as usual with Sony’s new 24mm f/1.4 GM lens, but serious AF issues. Even when the subject is framed by the face detect box, the images are blurry. I’m going to compare it to the Sony 16-35mm f/2.8 but whatever the results, I think I’ll be returning the prime. I… Read More
At long last, I think I’ve found a model, so hopefully this will be the last cat screenshot I post for a long, long time. I still need to find some assistants for sound and lighting though. And I’m hoping to be able to try out my newfangled fog machine.
Since switching over to the Sony a7 III, YCImaging‘s YouTube channel looks dramatically better. The clean image and excellent detail is achieved by downsampling the 4K image from 6K and there’s the wonderful full frame shallow depth-of-field, along with pleasing skin tones. Meanwhile, though I dig his meticulous attention to lighting and the orange and… Read More
“War” by Shaolin Dub License
The online forums are brimming with opinions on what constitutes a good lens. And many of those commenters would have us believe that lens reviews, which consider factors like extraordinary resolution and an absence of aberrations and vignetting to be the hallmarks of good design, as entirely misguided. In sum, they prefer vintage lenses with… Read More