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Dslr presentation1

  1. 1. DSLR Videography
  2. 2. Remember ?
  3. 3. Screen Definition
  4. 4. Screen Definition
  5. 5. How about?
  6. 6. ArriAlexa £30K+Red EpicCanon XF300Sony EX1 £5K+ 5D Black Magic £2K Nikon D3200 £450 + Canon 600D
  7. 7. Sensor Size
  8. 8. Pros• Shallow depth of field• Low light• Lens Variety (Primes etc)• Manual controls• ‘Cinematic’ image (including 24 fps)• Price, Price, Price• Production Stills• Compactness
  9. 9. Cons• ‘Aliasing’ including ‘Shutter Roll’• Overheating• 30 minute Maximum• Camera Shape (Poor Ergonomics)• Monitoring• Slow Auto focus• BIG files
  10. 10. Pre- production• Story-board (to reinforce 16:9 landscape)• Shot-list (to minimize hand-held &long takes)• Practice focusing (NO auto-focus)• Practice exposure• Practice sound
  11. 11. Production• Use Shot-list• Use Tripod/Rig/Strap• Review Shots• Check sound
  12. 12. Post- Production• Review Shots• Use Shot-list to name shots (eg ‘CU_Fredwalking_Pan’)• Make sure all files are on the same drive• Name your folder(s)
  13. 13. Canon or Nikon? (or Sony, Panasonic etc…..)
  14. 14. Sound
  15. 15. Lenses
  16. 16. Rigs
  17. 17. Editing Premiere Pro/ElementsiMovieMovie MakerVegas Final Cut X
  18. 18. Storage
  19. 19. DSLR Linkshttp://philipbloom.net/2010/12/16/shooting-video-with-a-dslr/http://vimeo.com/videoschoolhttp://vimeo.com/videoschool/lesson/11/introduction-to-dslr-camerashttp://nofilmschool.com
  20. 20. Screen space…as you wish16:9 HD filming makes ELS and LS much more attractive and successful
  21. 21. Wide Screen shooting leaves a great deal of picture space to fillCinematographers resort to various stratagems to enable them to use Close Ups in awidescreen format.Using shallow focus to blur the rest of the frame is a DSLR speciality.
  22. 22. The ‘Bokeh’ can even provide a layer of abstract imagery
  23. 23. You can high contrast lighting to darken the rest of the frame(A BBC ‘Classic Serial’ trick!)
  24. 24. You can mask part of the frame with curtains/blinds.
  25. 25. Or use architecture (door frames are good)
  26. 26. You can use an out of focus foreground (such as an over the shoulder shot) Try using a rack focus
  27. 27. You can dress the set and fill the background with interesting stuff (MES)
  28. 28. or nothing at all (aided here by over-exposure) and by low-angle
  29. 29. You can gofor more subjective effects- such as the hard to read half face CU: Note that most CU shots cut off the top of the head
  30. 30. You can add a vignette in post
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