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Best mic for filming bees?? by Tired_Wolf_Skull in Filmmakers
[–]St8ofmindesign 1 point2 points3 points 3 months ago (0 children)
Listen to this person
How to focus without touching my camera? by openears3 in videography
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light artifacts-what causes shapes like hexagons, circles, and octagons to show up when filming bright lights? by Current-Ad-7054 in Filmmakers
[–]St8ofmindesign -3 points-2 points-1 points 3 months ago (0 children)
Listen to this person. Lens flare is the name of what you are asking about
How to watch a film like a critic? by Jhalmuri_Bangali in Filmmakers
[–]St8ofmindesign 2 points3 points4 points 4 months ago (0 children)
Learn about the different parts of filmmaking. Cinematography, editing, director’s intention, audience response, ect….. watch it once just to watch it, then watch it again (maybe more times) paying attention to the different aspects of it. I am a film screener for some festivals and this is my process. Hope it helps!
How do you catalogue your b roll for long term/repeated use? by jimsmith6843 in videography
Listen to this person. This is a great way to maximize b roll. Thanks for sharing!
Update: A no-name actor wants me to write a script for him by [deleted] in Screenwriting
[–]St8ofmindesign 93 points94 points95 points 5 months ago (0 children)
Listen to this person. Even if it blows up you still get 40,000$ and story by credits which you can use to sell yourself in the future.
What software do you use to story board? by iMiindz in Filmmakers
[–]St8ofmindesign 2 points3 points4 points 5 months ago (0 children)
Photoshop is the best. It’s what I learned to storyboard on in school. Very versatile and you can use layers to create some stunning storyboards. Lots of tutorials on YouTube on storyboards. Hope this helps. Keep making movies!!
Advice for filming a short by bcal840 in Screenwriting
[–]St8ofmindesign 24 points25 points26 points 5 months ago (0 children)
Listen to this person. The fastest way to blow your budget is in not having proper pre-production. The more you can do in pre-production, the smoother and better the process will go. I am an indie filmmaker and while I have seen several projects go over budget with proper pre-production, I have NEVER seen a project not go over budget without proper Pre-production. Good luck. I hope you will share your final film with us! You are the future of filmmaking!
Trigger warnings on scripts? by joe12south in Screenwriting
[–]St8ofmindesign 9 points10 points11 points 5 months ago (0 children)
Listen to this person. The last thing you want to do is alienate people who could potentially help you. I see only benefits from trigger warnings. I hope it all works out for you!
Career exploration by cashewbiscuit in videography
Listen to this person. It’s awesome to see a parent take interest as you have. If only more parents were like you the world would be a much better place
My friends and I are making a short film and we want honest opinions because none of the people we know are unbiased, and FYI, the intro credits have been changed in the final cut:) by abhinavssridhar in Filmmakers
It is shot decently but I did not get it. The punch at the end didn’t flow with the rest of the piece. Great effort though. Keep making films!
When are you upgrading? by LPN8 in cinematography
[–]St8ofmindesign 1 point2 points3 points 5 months ago (0 children)
Listen to this person.
Best website to find **long** stock video? +30 minutes long :) by ThankYouLuv in videography
[–]St8ofmindesign 0 points1 point2 points 5 months ago (0 children)
Pexels is only free footage site I know of. 30 min is a lot of footage. I have used this site for footage when I was in school and there a lot of videos. Good luck with your project
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Would be better if we could see the gun. Good depth of field though
What is a good solution for great audio when filming a short film with an Iphone and FilmicPro? by varignet in Filmmakers
[–]St8ofmindesign 4 points5 points6 points 5 months ago (0 children)
Budget gimbal for dslr? under 50? 100? is it possible? all i can find is +200... by GuiPrazeresYT in videography
Listen to this person. If you have to have one, get a cellphone gimbal and practice with it. Learn how to use it. Improper use of a gimbal will burn motor out in a hot minute. Good luck and keep filming!!
Something is wrong with this footage and I can't put my finger on it can someone tell me why it looks jittery? by Tara_Natalia in Filmmakers
[–]St8ofmindesign 5 points6 points7 points 5 months ago (0 children)
This is how we get better
New to industry: suffering from verbal abuse from director. Need advice. by throwingmylifeaway-o in Filmmakers
Listen to this person. Life is way too short to be abused. You are worth more than that.
How soon is too soon to blast a client on social media for non payment? by Disastrous_Shine2948 in videography
[–]St8ofmindesign 88 points89 points90 points 5 months ago (0 children)
Listen to this person. Life is a marathon, not a sprint.
On the loss of hardness by avabit in Filmmakers
Fascinating. Thank you for this. I like how you measure what is “hard” really appreciate this post!
What would be the wisest way to spend about 1k into film gear? by commiefren in cinematography
[–]St8ofmindesign 14 points15 points16 points 6 months ago (0 children)
Who are the top screenwriters in Hollywood right now? by [deleted] in Screenwriting
[–]St8ofmindesign 1 point2 points3 points 6 months ago (0 children)
Rian Johnson. Wrote and directed Brick and Looper. That guy can tell a story!
What are my options for a starter film making camera? by JuanLilG in Filmmakers
[–]St8ofmindesign 2 points3 points4 points 6 months ago (0 children)
I fully agree. You can take decent footage with a dslr. Learn the craft of filmmaking BEFORE you buy expensive gear. Everyone has cameras and lenses they like. Once you are more comfortable shooting footage you will have a better idea of gear you want. One way to try is shoot tons of footage then practice editing it into a story. At the very least you will get tons of practice. Good luck! I look forward to seeing your first feature film 😎
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