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The Camera Cage for Blackmagic Cinema Camera 4K/6K
provides a formfitting base for attaching accessories, handles, or grips to your camera. All controls, ports, and slots remain accessible when the cage is mounted to your Blackmagic Cinema Camera 4K/6K. It gives you easy access to the memory card, the battery door, the lens release button and all other controls and outputs. The cage is designed with one cold shoe at the top to mount accessories like a microphone, magic arm, LED or Top Handle. There is also multiple 1/4"-20, 3/8"-16 threaded holes with ARRI anti-twist threads to strongly secure the camera and accessories in place. Constructed from lightweight yet sturdy CNC-machined aluminum, the cage includes a left-side clamp to prevent your HDMI cable from accidentally disconnecting. A padded hand strap adds comfort when grasping the right side of the camera.
The 3D Design and Motion Tour 2019
Learn 3D production techniques from professionals. Get inspired. Coming to a city near you - this one-day event is for designers who are interested in learning in-demand 3D production techniques. The event will cover basic 3D skills and a step-by-step breakdown of processes used for creating a state-of-the-art animation. Includes presentations by celebrated 3D artists sharing their work and techniques.
All attendees will receive licenses of Cinema 4D, Adobe Creative Cloud Suite, RedShift, and Linkedin Learning, and free resources from Kitbash and Sketchfab – a $1,000 value. To receive these goodies, you must be present at the event. Use the Coupon Code "STUFILM" for 50% off the $95 ticket.
Register Now. Seating is Limited.
The Sekonic C-800-U
is the perfect Color Meter to help you Correct lights for proper white balance and tint. It also gives you the best match for two or more light sources by recommending gels, measuring your lights (x,y) chromaticity coordinates, and measuring the Hue and Saturation angles of RGB LED's in HSL mode. The Sekonic C-800-U also enables you to measure the quality of your lights using CRI, TLCI, TLMF, TM-30 and SSI. The C-800 is the ideal tool for correcting lights for filmmakers and photographers.
Pocket-sized and exceptionally accurate,
the Sekonic Flashmate L-308X-U light meter is a compact tool for metering both ambient and flash lighting as well as working in video with dedicated Cine & HD Cine modes. Equipped with a sliding lumisphere, the L-308X-U is able to measure ambient light as well as reflected light via a lens with a 40° reception angle. This meter also has a wide metering range; from 0 to 19.9 EV at ISO 100, and can work with flash within a range of f/1.0 to f/90.9 at ISO 100.
With its 2.7" color touch screen and sophisticated features,
the Sekonic Speedmaster L-858D-U leads the way to the next generation of light measurement control for photographers and filmmakers. The first meter of its kind capable of measuring flash duration, while also being able to achieve an accurate ambient exposure reading in dimly lit scenes as low as 0.1 lx, the Sekonic L-858d-U provides image-makers of all levels with the critical exposure data they need to create stunning and beautiful imagery.
'Quick Change' Lighting: Includes 9 Tips for the Time-Saving Technique
by Paolo Dy
When shooting different scenes in the same general area, do not just think about current setup; also consider how you will light the next scene, and perhaps the scene after that. See if you can position your lights (particularly any huge scaffold-mounted HMIs that you're using) so that there will be the least amount of time and effort needed to move to the next setup. With one pan of a head, your key light for the current setup might be able to serve as the backlight for the next, and so on. [Read article]
"How the Last Shot is Only the Beginning" by John Badham
Congratulations. You've finished shooting. However, completing your last take is by no means the end of your work with your actor. There is still editing and ADR (automated dialogue replacement) to be done. Treat these steps lightly, and you'll get a nasty surprise. You need to draw on all the skills, manners, tricks and psychology that you used working with your actor on a set for the post-production process. [Read article]
"Lighting for Film: Keep It Simple"
by Michael Corbett
Andrew Laszlo, ASC was the DP who told me to keep it simple. Don’t use any more lights than you have to. This is from a DP who arranged to have a large portion of a studio back lot covered with opaque material to make it possible to shoot large exterior setups day-for-night to save money and wear-and-tear on the talent, director and crew.
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The StreamGeeks® are hosting a First of Its Kind Live Streaming Educational Summit
on November 8th your whole broadcast club can watch. Sign up to watch the live stream or attend in person. The StreamGeeks Summit will help anyone better understand the world of live streaming. Join us Friday Nov. 8 for a full day of education with industry leaders who will simplify the tech and provide insights that can be applied to any industry. Register and learn more at https://www.streamgeeks.us/summit/. Eary-bird tickets are available on Kickstarter. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CW-5ABxcm_0
"There Is No Such Thing As Video Lighting" by
M. David Mullen, ASC
Learning to light is one of the biggest challenges for the beginning filmmaker and involves developing three separate skills: (1) the ability to see, to be sensitive to the artistic possibilities of natural light and available artificial illumination; (2) the ability to imagine how lighting can transform a location or set; and (3) the ability to tell a story in images.
"High-Speed Photography Tips"
by Kevin Zanit
Extremely high-speed cinematography presents its own set of unique challenges. It is an art of its own, that takes much time to understand and master. The applications for extreme high-speed photography are vast. Things that the naked eye perceives as instant and mundane become exciting and visually amazing.
October 16 - 17, 2019
New York, NY, USA
Jacob K. Javits Center
Give the media and entertainment routine a change of scene. Located in New York City, a melting pot of content, products, and inspiration, NAB Show New York is the largest gathering of the media, entertainment, and technology community on the east coast. It’s where insights are shared, makers meet, and creators connect—in the center of the world media capital. Visit www.nabshowny.com.
Visit StudentFilmmakers Magazine Booth # N1058 at 2019 NAB Show New York – Manhattan, NYC.
The New Standard for Recording Audio on RED Cameras: DXA-RED from Beachtek
Super Compact and Easily Mountable Dual XLR Adapter for
RED DSMC2 Cameras. Ultra Compact Chassis. 2 balanced XLR Inputs. Phantom Power. 40db or 60db Gain. Main and Aux 3.5mm Outputs. Bracketing Ability. 2-pin LEMO Power Jack. Micro USB Power Jack. Good / Over LED Indicators. Versatile Mounting Options For more information, go to beachtek.com
IBC will be hosted in the heart of Europe's startup technology scene in Amsterdam from September 13 to 17, 2019. IBC showcases some of the world’s latest innovations in media technology. IBC enables visitors to not only see the latest media technology, but also to touch, test, compare and place orders. The flagship IBC Conference features a curated programme including over 400 of the world’s leading industry influencers and experts providing an authoritative and independent view and helping to shape the future of the industry. Register today.
Register Now for PHOTOPLUS
Get the full picture. Immerse yourself in the most dynamic, interactive experiences for photographers and videographers seeking the newest technologies and techniques that will take their art to the next level. This is the must-attend event of the year—join the entire photography and videography community at PHOTOPLUS 2019, October 24–26 at the Javits Convention Center, New York, NY.
StudentFilmmakers.com & StudentFilmmakers Magazine will be exhibiting at PHOTOPLUS.
Visit Booth # 665.
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