Tag Archives: filter
Posted on 19. Nov, 2013 by Keith Alvendia.
Light Craft Workshop is enticing you to try their Rapid ND Filter by offering it at 25% off! Light Craft Rapid ND A perfect Variable Neutral Density filter – It is thin, with just 0.8cm thick, it avoids vignetting at most of the wide angle lens – It is handy, with a variable range from […]
Posted on 04. Sep, 2013 by Keith Alvendia.
Very interesting set of tests from the cinema5D folks comparing the Canon EOS 7D to the Sony F65 and Alexa and then showing differences between beauty filters for video. Beauty Filter Test – 6 cameras, 18 filters to enhance digital on skin cinema5D presents the Beauty Filter Test. We have tested 18 different glass filters […]
Posted on 02. Apr, 2013 by planetmitch.
The Music Bed is indeed making it easier to find, select, and license appropriate music for your next film project (or any kind of video project) by announcing their new iOS app where you can filter and listen to music specifically tuned for filmmaking. PLUS! Our friends @themusicbed are giving away $thousands in prizes to […]
Posted on 18. Nov, 2012 by planetmitch.
What’s coming in the future for cameras? The folks at Lytro continue to push the bleeding edge of at least one aspect of photography – and that is ‘focus’ – and they’re moving forward a bit more into the arena of perspective shift. The interesting thing about the Lytro experience is that it lets the […]
Posted on 03. Apr, 2012 by planetmitch.
James Miller has done something on his own that we’re not recommending, but the results look very interesting – he’s removed the optical low pass filter (OLPF) (also sometimes called the AA or Anti Aliasing) from the front of his Canon EOS 5D Mark III sensor (which is what the Nikon D800E is like – […]
Posted on 16. Feb, 2012 by planetmitch.
I’ve known about anti-aliasing filters for a while but I’ve not taken the time to really dive in and understand exactly what it does… and with the release of the Nikon D800 (pre-order on B&H) and the D800E (pre-order) you start to wonder if do you really need it? In a nutshell, its purpose is […]
Posted on 14. Dec, 2011 by planetmitch.
Marco Solorio has posted a very interesting ‘first look’ at the $385 VAF-5D2 Optical Anti-Aliasing Filter for the Canon EOS 5D Mark II produced by Mosaic Engineering – you’ll want to see Marco’s report! First Look: VAF-5D2 Optical Anti-Aliasing Filter It’s not very often a product comes to market that seems like it’s nothing short […]
Posted on 23. Aug, 2011 by planetmitch.
We’re always looking for new gear aren’t we? Here’s a new set of HDSLR accessories for a variety of needs – a Zoom H4n holder, a custom bokeh kit, and more from 4DSLR.com which is being offered by Brandan Fisher 4DSLR background 4DSLR started with my vision for the Zoom Cradle. I was on a […]
Posted on 24. Jun, 2011 by planetmitch.
An interesting technique for a timelapse – post processing by adding a mirror filter to skylines of cities. We asked about cameras and were told: I used a bit of everything. The majority of these timelapses were done on an old Canon Rebel using the Canon remote capture software on a laptop. A few using […]
Posted on 06. Apr, 2011 by planetmitch.
Another quickie post this morning – Wide Open Camera And Light Craft Workshop have joined together to create a 3 Stop Polarizer Filter. Saw this on Cinema5D and thought you’d like to know more. Demo Quick Take: Wide Open Camera 3-Stop Polarizer from jared abrams on Vimeo. Here is a little Quick Take on the […]
Posted on 21. Feb, 2011 by planetmitch.
A new HDSLR anti-moire filter for Final Cut Pro (FCP) has been released! This has been covered on other major blogs, but we thought we should make sure you have seen it. The plugin is showing some good results too – not to mention that it is “free” – tho donations are very much encouraged […]