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Category Archives: How To Make Movies
Can you imagine zombies not being these sluggish mindless beings that are just wanting to rip you apart and eat you? Can you Imagine 3D zombie animation that has the zombie stuck in a loop, but not staggering around like … Continue reading
I found an incredible huge amount of free 3D animation, that would cost you a ton of money, for nothing. Take a look at this video came character I imported into CryEngine using a DAZ Zombie mesh, and one of … Continue reading
Oculus VR is bringing the dream of total alternative world immersion closer and closer. Their virtual reality simulator Crystal Cove can take us into 3D worlds that we make with computer graphics imaging. VR has huge potential for independent film … Continue reading
Simply said photography is the art of recording focused light, reflected or emitted from objects onto a light-sensitive surface, which is inside a box, during a timed exposure. Digital Photography records the light information in the form of pixels, instead of film emulsion. I’ve … Continue reading
Before I get into the new art of Digital Cinematography first lets clear up the differences between 2K and 4K digital cinema. First off some cinemas have opted for 2K projectors, and others 4K projectors. This decision will affect the quality of their presentations for … Continue reading
Best Advice From The Edit Department: Get as much coverage as you can, which means covering the scene as many ways as possible, but also shooting the shots log enough. The best way is to hold a shot at least … Continue reading
Should you light differently for digital than for film? That all depends on what digital camera you are using. When lighting for film you have to know what the film stock you are working with can do. Lighting for reversal … Continue reading
It’s hard to get a proper light metering of a scene that is filled with smoke as it is white and reflective. A lot of times it’s good to judge the exposure with your eyes. This is easy today with … Continue reading
There is a big reason why Directors want to shoot as much as they can in the studio. The Number one reason is control. The number two is space. Control over your lighting and audio is huge. Having enough space to shoot … Continue reading
It is the cinematographers job to make the leads of the movie look good. The audience wants to see people who look good on screen, or people who are at least incredibly interesting if not pretty. The reason for this … Continue reading