An original musical composition created by cutting together existing sounds from within David Fincher's films. There is NO outside audio, sound effects, or music. David Fincher is an Academy Award nominated director.
Both on and off the set, the Gaffer or Chief Lighting Technician is one of the most important positions around. Though the average movie goer most likely has no idea the job even exists, they probably don't know what 99% of the other crew is/does either.
This is a video interview how the movie star C. Hemsworth was able to gain a dramatic muscle gain for the movie Thor. just in case you did not see the movie, the actor speaks about his character in the movie and how muscular he needed to be so he can play his role in the movie.
Hi, I'm excited to share with you a professional android application for Photographers and cinematographers called "SunPhos" helps users to get lucky with sunlight and enhancing their photographs' quality and sensation through predicting the location of the sun before the photo shoot.
Kirsten Lepore's deceptively simple animated short Bottle has been making the festival rounds this winter with screenings at AFI Film Fest, and just winning the Grand Jury Sparky Award for Animated Short at the 17th annual Slamdance Festival.
A complete TV series shooting with Canon 7D in my country (YEMEN) , I played a role of a cinematographer using canon 7d , and shooting for more than 60 hours on only one 7d camera , shooting for 28 days , after we finish , editing is another story ...
The visual style of this trailer looks like not only the amalgamation, but also the perfection, of all the great visual pieces that have been popping up on Vimeo lately. Handheld, dynamic natural lighting, you name it; ironically, this film makes Terrence Malick look self-reflexive in the best way possible.
Sending a Go Pro Hero HD and an iPhone to space = Father/Son science project. I doubt your dad is this cool.
Lozzless demonstrates how to make a diy cheap macro lens with working aperture for his Canon 5D Mark II, coined the "SuperMacro".
There are plenty of ways to create decent looking special effects on a budget. You can use basic, inexpensive materials to make ground explosions or realistic looking alien landscapes. But nothing says Hollywood quite like your own green screen.
Below, the latest from Cyriak Harris. This one's called Baaa, and it's just as mystifyingly odd as Cyriak's past work. Lamb conveyor belt? Multiplying ovine spewing from a gaping, undefined sheep orifice? You will never look at the ovine race the same way.
Day for Night courtesy of Videomaker.com
Mike from thesubstream's "Film Lab" have some tips regarding a few in-camera trick shots, specifically... the dolly zoom.
Filmed at the legendery Hippie Hill by J0N Z0MBIE, Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, California, USA.
A friend of mine sent this site to me a year ago. And if it were updated more often, it'd be my home page. Designer/Developer Jarred Bishop curates this jaw-dropping collection of epic-light photos. Seriously, a lot of these photos look like stills from the most visually important films you've never seen. Here's a smattering: Light Boner
Can't help but love that visual, who knows how much longer this possibility will be around. The film gets jammed in the gate, the intense heat of the bulb begins to melt the celluloid.
An amazing price for a full featured wireless micro-remote, using the iphone or ipod touch as its brains.
The Job Board is a weekly entry of the most ridiculous Cinematography related jobs posted online. Note: This posting was from a year ago.
I hesitate to even post screengrabs from this piece. The storytelling by this creative team (dir. David Altobelli & DP Larkin Seiple) is so perfect that taking stills out of context doesn't do it justice. At first, I was disappointed that the automatic thumbnail Vimeo chose was so nondescript but ultimately it's for the best. Here's just a tease:
Panolapse is a simple and easy way to add rotational panning motion to timelapse videos. Video: .
In this 3 part series, we show you what exactly the Manfrotto Fig Rig is, how to use it and a super cool compact lighting package that will help all of you DIY filmmakers. It's super easy and will make your DSLR films look awesome. Check it out and let us know what you think!
For all of you DIY filmmakers out there, our friends at William F. Whites interactive have recently launched this SUPER handy tool is guide to all their gear that includes diagrams and specs to make your lives easier. In this How To video, Bruce Dale of Whites shows you what it is and how to use it:
Charles Bukowski's Nirvana revolves around a young man traveling to an undetermined destination, questioning his purpose in the world. Along the young man's aimless journey, he encounters a moment in time at a charming diner. In just that moment something is awakened inside of him, but even with a sense of purpose, sadness follows. "Nirvana" is a melancholy postcard from memories long past.
My brother and cousin produced, shot, and edited this music video for the band Ten Man Push. I'm trying to get them to produce a short how to video on some of the techniques they used. Anyone interested?
I entered the 2009 Crash the Superbowl Contest with this entry. It was a tremendous amount of fun to make. The fractal dorito was made from about 75 lbs worth of tortilla chips (about 12000 chips total) and was 64 ft on a side.
More than often, lawyer commercials tend to be the butt of many jokes. Fact is many lawyer commercials are just plain awful. Is it because the style is heavily commercialized? Is it because the end product is what the client wants? Or is it a combination of two factors-- the client does not know what s/he wants and the producer is afraid to explore possibilities outside of the "parameters" (for fear of being sued)? What if someone had balls to explore the possibilities?
There was a fantastic compilation of best film moments shown at the Oscars in the late 1980's or so. I had thought it was an ASC or ISC production. As I recall it was set to music and both opened and closed with short segments from Citizen Kane, then proceeded to several hundred other short items more or less grouped by topic (falls, laughter, kisses, etc). It had a title something like Precious Moments or Precious Images or something like that about 5-6 minutes long and really excellent. If ...
Watch this beautifully shot film and try to guess what the product is.
Here is a great tutorial on creating stunning moving timelapse shots with this relatively inexpensive piece of equipment.
I filmed this before moving over to HD so I'm afraid this isn't as high of quality as other videos posted here. I was trying to capture the intensity and destruction of a storm and also how nature always makes a comeback.
Legendary rap-rock-electronica crossover pioneers Senser celebrate the release of their slamming new single, “2, 3, Clear” with a video competition open to all budding video creators! The winning entry will receive great exposure on many top music websites and TV, and the winner will receive a copy of the awesome Magic Bullet Looks plug-in set worth $400, plus some sexy Senser merchandise.
Music video shot in Orlando, Fl.
Curious is a short movie that will compete in several film festivals around the country.
Responding to the inexplicably rampant use of faux-documentary techniques in "Battle: Los Angeles", Matt Zoller Seitz of Salon eloquently and hilariously lambastes the "played-out" fad of the shaky cam. Here are just a few nuggets:
Shrink down the magic kingdom is this amazing clip.
First batch of cinematography reels are up! Watch with headphones, no distractions, and go fullscreen HD.