This video tutorial shows you how to make a very simple stop motion animation video using Adobe Premiere Pro CS6. I believe it should be roughly the same workflow for CS4, CS5 or CC. The 25 images used in this tutorial can be downloaded here (6MB ZIP file). Right click and choose “Save Link As…” Please note that the cute […]
I have a chance to test the AC90 video camera as my organization is looking at purchasing new cameras to replace the existing ones. My usual way of testing a camera is to put it to a real world shoot and see how it would fare and also if I am comfortable with the handling ergonomics. Lens and Sensor I […]
There are some movies that make you feel like staying on in the cinema and wish the film never ends. The Teacher’s Diary is one such feel-good movie. The plot of the romance comedy is pretty simple with two teachers sent to a rural boathouse school to teach the kids. The twist is that Song (Sukrit Wisetkaew) was sent a […]
From Adweek: The Boston agency posted this job listing online for a “director of operations” position at a company called Rehtom Inc. The requirements sounded nothing short of brutal: • Standing up almost all the time • Constantly exerting yourself • Working from 135 to unlimited hours per week • Degrees in medicine, finance and culinary arts necessary • No […]
An inspiring documentary about a neurologist who gives up the rat race and skates all day.
Daniel Yam’s inspirational short film was featured by Huffington Post and reached over 160,000 views as of this writing. Well done!
Like the world of fashion where designs change every season, the web landscape also sheds its old skin and wears a new one periodically. These changes typically occur due to triggers, which could be updated nomenclature, stagnancy or change in overall design trends. Whatever may be the reason for this switch the fact remains that the basic functionality of the […]
How can you tell if a lens is good? Malaysian photographer Ming Thein shares his thoughts in this in-depth discussion: Part 1 http://blog.mingthein.com/2014/03/13/what-makes-a-good-lens-part-i/ Part 2 http://blog.mingthein.com/2014/03/15/what-makes-a-good-lens-part-ii/Read more ›
Camera techniques have come a long way and becoming increasingly more sophisticated to allow a more immersive experience for the audience. This amazing behind the scenes of a ski shoot involving top-ranked American slopestyle skiing phenom Nick Goepper shows how ultra-stable footages can be done with a MōVI freefly system combined with a mini Phantom Miro high speed camera. The […]Read more ›
Snowpiercer (Korean: 설국열차) is a South Korean science fiction action film based on the French graphic novel Le Transperceneige by Jacques Lob & Benjamin Legrand and Jean-Marc Rochette. It is directed by Bong Joon-ho, best known for his cult monster film The Host (2006). The story happens in a post-apocalyptic world where earth has frozen over due to an unexpected […]Read more ›
Like the world of fashion where designs change every season, the web landscape also sheds its old skin and wears a new one periodically. These changes typically occur due to triggers, which could be updated nomenclature, stagnancy or change in overall design trends. Whatever may be the reason for this switch the fact remains that the basic functionality of the […]Read more ›
Nowadays, with the rising influence of social media and internet, companies are no longer relying on traditional media alone to reach out to their customers. Wacoal Thailand, for example, has created a series of short films to sell more bras. These short films do not market Wacoal bras directly but rather try to win over their customers subtly and subconsciously. […]Read more ›
How time flies. It has been 30 years since Mac was introduced. To commemorate the 30th anniversary, Apple has created a video clip with just iPhone 5s. This is quite brilliant since it goes to show how much technology has evolved since the early monochrome computers. To all the gear fans who keep chasing after the best cameras, it is […]Read more ›
In a time when almost every conceivable idea has already been made into a film or TV show, director and writer Spike Jonze still manages to come up with an incredible and original premise of a lonely man dating an operating system. And make a critically acclaimed film out of it that now stands at 93% approval ratings on Rotten […]Read more ›
The Coen brothers’ latest film, Inside Llewyn Davis, won the Grand Prix during Cannes Film Festival 2013. Oscar Isaac, the lead actor playing a fictitious down-and-out folk singer in the 60s, was also nominated for multiple best actor awards. The plot is relatively simple, as we follow the character Llewyn Davis for a week of his life. What makes it […]Read more ›
From Andy Baker: This sizzle reel, produced for my Masters in Motion filmmaking workshop presentation, features some of my personal favorite/coolest shots from NGC promos over the past 2 years. The work on this sizzle reel is the result of some incredibly collaborative partnerships with some of the most talented directors, cinematographers, DPs, designers, compositors, and creatives in the industry, […]Read more ›