For this weeks episode we wanted to switch it up and do a video on some post production. We recently visited NAB and found a brand called Fayteq. The guys over at Fayteq created an awesome Adobe After Effects tool called fayIN. This tool allows you to track stationary and moving objects in just a few easy steps. You can track images, text, and even allows you to work dynamically with Adobe Photoshop. It definitely was one of the best things we saw at the show. With that being said, we want to show you guys how to use it in your videos. We show everything from shooting the actual clip, to editing it in after effects. Check out the video and article below to learn more.
For this weeks episode we wanted to show you guys how to pull of a simple angled reveal shot with Rhino Slider EVO and Rhino Motion. This can add a different perspective to your film and it's super easy to do. Many of you have been asking to do a tutorial on a vertical slide. While this is not possible yet with the current Rhino Motion, we still wanted to show you guys how to pull off an angled one. Check out the video and let us know what you guys think!
Hey guys! Thanks for watching. Kyle was back in the office this week and we decided to do a Move with Rhino on how to pull focus when using a slider. Many people think that you need a follow focus for the best results. This may be true, but some filmmakers do not have one or they just do not like carrying the extra gear (especially for the run and gun filmmakers). This video hopefully can give some quick tips on how to get that awesome focus pull while sliding.
For this week, we wanted to show you guys how to use Rhino flywheel and how smooth the shots turn out with it. One problem though, Kyle was not in the office so we had to improvise.
For this week's episode, we wanted to show you guys how to shoot a long exposure daytime time-lapse. We decided to visit Downtown Seattle and the famous Pike Place Market. Check the video out and let us know what you think in the comment section below!
For this week, we wanted to show you guys how to utilize a light to make your time-lapse a little bit better. We shot this at the Northwest Bus in Palouse, WA. It was a cold night but we managed to film a quick episode for you guys.