I laughed myself sick.
Found this on LiveForFilms.
I laughed myself sick.
One can already do this with the Canon software bundled with their DSLRs. Having it available on the iPad, however, is quite novel. Not sure what Nikon has in terms of Software – they probably have something.
OnOne Software has this really cool iPad app called DSLR Camera Remote HD – it looks very useful.
Now all that is needed to make it better is to pair wireless access to the DSLR Camera Remote HD with Okii’s USB Follow Focus then it will be beyond awesome.
Imagine a preview of Live View on the iPad – fullscreen – with overlay controls that you can dial in through the touch interface.
For now you can get this OnOne iPad app for just $50 – pretty much a no brainer if you have an iPad – especially with that Auto bracketing feature.
Early January there were some Final Cut Pro rumors going around, the talk has been around for some while. Lets face it – Apple are a bit behind in their maintenance of Final Cut Studio – FCS 3 was not much of an overhaul.
This quarter of 2011 looks to be set to see in an amazing an spectacular release of Final Cut Studio. March seems to be the likely month – although with only 2 day till Steve Jobs’ birthday (25th Jan) it would be cool to see a release then.
TechChruch has the inside track from editors who have previewed the product and have stated that the changes are “dramatic and ambitious”.
Wow, this is awesome. Not just the types of films he was involved with but the very well done VFX sequences.
And where oh where is the much needed Final Cut Pro update?
If I had the money I would switch to Media Composer. Hell, I’ld go with MC, Nuke and Maya. Perhaps I’ld throw in in Photoshop and After Effects, hmmm.
Anyway on to Media Composer.
I really like the fact that they have a presence in Social Media Channels and that they have momentum in their updates.
So what is in the Update…
Have you ever walked down the street, sat on a bus or even in a food court in a mall and seen someone who intrigued you for no particular reason? You asked yourself questions like “I wonder what they do for a living or where they live, or what their family is like?”
An interesting question.
Do yourself a favor and ask yourself that very question. Perhaps when you see someone sitting alone on a park bench, someone begging or maybe just someone walking by. What is their story. It is probably a question we don’t want answered when we see someone in need because it personalizes the situation too much and we don’t want to be that involved – hmmm.
This is the question that the filmmakers of Jane Doe are looking to answer. Not just arbitrarily, but in a relevant way – addressing social issues like drug addiction.
Something I would like to do for myself.
I love Visual Effects Reels, check out the last one I highlighted: VFX Demo Reel 2011 : Guadalupe Ruiz Sanabria
I have heard lots of good reports on Black Swan, as well as the idea that it’s one of those love it or hate it movies. I think I might watch it, bassed on the reports and this VFX Reel.
If you are in the Visual Effects Industry or just enjoy it, I’ld love to post who Reel here, send me a link
Lenses come in all shapes and sizes; some small, some large, light, heavy, white, black. Great glass, adequate glass. For different uses and different applications.
That is why it is important to know what you are needing the lens for and to perhaps try before you buy.
In this case I was lucky to borrow the lens from my boss
Here are my thoughts, from my hobbyist filmmaker point of view, and if you want to by the lens from Amazon then please click on the picture below – in so doing you be contributing to this block through the Amazon Affiliate program.