The tenth edition of the 2nd season of Lens Curator brings you 5 new excerpts from the world of photography and videography. This month we take a look at autofocusing, cheap camera rigs, HEX code, the almighty Leica and speeding up your Adobe tools.
Keep FOCUS While Filming Moving Subjects
Getting your subject in focus while moving the camera has been a daunting task for most videographers. But alas, The Times They Are A-Changin’, so modern cameras are finally battling the auto-focus feature in video mode. In the meantime, if you don’t have 5 grand for a Sony Alpha a9, check out the video from Parker Walbeck and his 4 tips to keep the focus on your subject.
DIY Filmmaking Custom Camera Rig for $200
Film director and cinematographer Tom Antos has created a DIY camera rig for a measly 200$. Antos says the mission behind this project is to prove that “you can actually take one of these small and affordable still photo cameras and turn it into a proper production video camera.”
HEX CODE for Dummies
How does your computer think and see color? If you don’t know the answer to this question, check out this cool video from tutvid. Go ape with your math crap and finally find out what are all those numbers behind a certain color.
A masterpiece in the making: The Leica M10
Leica cameras have always been a wet dream for photographers with deep pockets. Also if you’re a lawyer or a doctor, Leica must be your photo weapon of choice. All jokes aside, Leica has been a staple brand in the history of photography. When you see how Leica M10 is made, you’ll know exactly why.
How to make Premiere Pro and After Effects faster!?
C’mon Goose! I feel the need… the need for speed! This simple but effective tutorial from SloMoeshon will teach you how to redirect all available sources inside your computer to make After Effects and Premiere Pro faster and more reliable.