Another month and another cool set of top ten posts. Please check them out and comment. I was surprised not to see the Athlone Towers post in the top 10; it outshone every other post in the last 2 months – what an awesome video – it still remains top overall, as you can see in the sidebar.
I am hoping that next month my Movember posts will be in the top 10 – perhaps you can help me out.
- The Panasonic AF100 is not an HDSLR Killer
- Win a Canon 60D
- Vimeo Awards Winner: Documentary
- Anatomy of an HDSLR Rig
- Production and Workflow : The Enemy God
- Filmmaking Facebook Group
- Get it made Competition
- The #HDSLR Daily
- SAVE Blue Like Jazz – the movie
- Vimeo Awards Winner: Motion Graphics
Lets face it, the Panasonic AF100 is not an HDSLR killer in general. Maybe if the Canon 5D Mark2 was a little more expensive and the AF100 a little bit cheaper then yes. But the reason why HDSLRs are here to say and not be threatened by the likes of the AF100 is it’s affordability even inspite of all the accessories that may be needed.
Jumped the gun on this one. It seems that this competition is for peeps from the Asian continent. Oh well. I’ll keep looking for a truly international contest so that I can share it.
Very well filmed documentary that was certainly tear jerking. Deserving winner.
Getting into HDSLR is not just a simple body buy with a cheap lens; there are other factors involved. This diagram helps you identify the components that could find their place on your rig.
Great movie. Here is a well detailed discussion with the Producer and editor of the film about the equipment and the workflows employed in the film.
Created a Facebook Filmmaking Group. Please stop by, be nice, and take part in the shaing and discusion of all aspects related to filmmaking.
I love film contests, this is a cool one – check it out.
I set up a Daily gathering of all twitter messages and media with the tag HDSLR. It’s kind of like a daily newspaper.
So cool that they finally raised the money for this film. It is based on a very good book by Donald Miller that I read and enjoyed. They in fact raise double the amount intended. A great example of crowd funding done right.
Wow, a crazy motion graphic sequence that looks a bit more like animation, Almost eerie.