Here are some shots from last weekend’s Dublin Workshop from the F-Stop Academy. Shot on a prototype Canon 7d and a Canon 35mm f1.4 lens.
Just some random bits and pieces so you can see some daylight footage that I shot before I shot “Dublin’s People”
None of this is graded.
Also check out my very silly new Video Blog from Zacuto HQ, shot on the Canon 7d and lots of fish eye!
Please also check this out below. Andrea is seen in the above footage and this is the film she made on the workshop.
Filmed by Andrea Baczynski on a dirt cheap Nikon D5000 DSLR as part of the Dublin F-Stop Academy Cinematography workshop on the 6th September 2009. She came all the way from Austria to be part of our first workshop (in fact we had people from France, Germany, Dubai, Sweden and many other places too!)
Andrea has never shot video before, she has only ever worked in stills. This was her first time filming and I cut it together for her in the class in 20 minutes to demonstrate how you can do something very strong, very simply. Andrea’s idea of integrating herself with the statues was a terrific one and now she has a new excitement about the moving image.
Graded using Magic Bullet Looks. You can get Magic Bullet Looks from RedGiantSoftware.com and get 20% off with the code bloom20.
I also used Nattress Film Effects to get the 2:35 to 1 Matte plug in to give it that wonderful aspect ratio.
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