This brilliant video explains what an Editor’s job is and what being an Editor really entails. The visuals are super impressive. It’s an inspiring, amusing and enlightening video.
Alex (whose face will feature heavily in this post) and I wrote and filmed “Continuum” for a uni assignment back at the start of the year. Watch it here (this version is not the same grade as will be described below):
Originally, it was shot with the intention of being black and white, but I decided to play around with the footage much later in DaVinci Resolve. I took an early shot from the film and started to play around with it. Continue reading
University has introduced me to many things, filmmaking especially.
The most unexpected thing I got introduced to was mobile filmmaking.
Before starting the Social Technologies module this semester, I had a sour opinion of mobile films and mobile photography. After getting used to the results from my DSLR, I could pick out a photo taken on a phone almost every time. I didn’t think it had much of a place in “proper” photography because, quite frankly, it didn’t look nearly as good in a technical sense.
However, mobile filmmaking and photography isn’t about the quality of the file, lens quality or low light performance. It’s a different way of thinking entirely. Even though quality does still come into it, mobile filmmaking is all about the content. I’ll keep updating this blog post with the films I create over the course of the module. Continue reading
Yesterday I went with Isaac Dean to film the Manchester Minotaurs against Sutton Sting National Ice Hockey League (NIHL) at The Silver Blades Ice Rink in Altrincham. We had a 3 camera set-up which you can read about on Isaac’s post from the previous week.
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“Ice Rinks are so cold. Why am I surprised by that?”, was my first thought upon stepping into Altrincham Ice Dome.
Last Sunday (9th), I helped Tom Deegan, Sports Editor for Quays TV News, film the Manchester Minatours Vs Whitley Warriors Ice Hockey game with Alex Arditti who is a fellow blogger and uni colleague. Check out Alex’s most recent post about his favourite documentaries.