I'm planning on shooting a car travelling down a road at night. It's a country road, and the only light I would be naturally getting is from the moon and the car headlights. It will be tracking, so the camera will be on a car following in front of the car being filmed.
How do I light the car...
I'm thinking about how to go about this, but a the start of my film I want there to be a ton of momentum.
I want the viewer to be informed about the situation at hand, but I also want the situation to play out at the same time.
So there will be three different scenes at the same time - Agents...
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First off, take your budget. Anything under $1000 will not be enough for a decent DSLR kit, so you might want to consider that. If you do have the money, then continue reading. If there are any terms you don't understand Google them!
So uh, I wan't sure where to put this, but I really wanted to share it with you guys so where better then the cinematography section!
Basically this story is one of two really annoying (ignorant + arrogant) clients directing a singing club.
So I turn up to a auditorium as that was our setting...
So I'm going to be making a few short films, but there are a few issues:
1) I would like to make some ***** back from them
2) Charging $15 for a 5-10 min movie isn't reasonable
3) I want to have world wide access, but then they would have to pay for shipping
So, what was I...
Basically I need better audio than my on board T2i camera mic can provide (obviously).
I was looking at microphones (shotgun) but I'm really confused over the matter.
My budget (including some form of shock mount, but I could make that myself) is exactly $450 NZD.
But there is one...
Now I'm really actually considering to stop doing this short (15 min) film - For one reason.
I'm starting to get extremely stressed over the whole affair and every time I meet up with my actors for a rehearsal I come home tired (obviously) and extremely depressed about...