Monday, April 25, 2011

Learn Canon 5D Mark II Cinematography with Philip Bloom (Repost)

Learn Canon 5D Mark II Cinematography with Philip Bloom (Repost)
Learn Canon 5D Mark II Cinematography with Philip Bloom (Repost)
English | 74 Mins | 720x406 | H264 | 29.97fps 1170kbps | AAC 100kbps | 665MB
Genre: eLearning

Who is this Training for?
This is a basic level tutorial. If you are new to the video mode on the Canon EOS 5D Mark II then this training will give you a very good level of understanding on what kit you need and how to use it. What you can expect
This DVD takes you through all aspects of shooting video with the Canon EOS 5D Mark II in video mode but much of the theory can be applied to any Video D SLR camera. Presented by Philip Bloom one of the earliest D SLR video Pioneers in this his first tutorial DVD. Philip gives a tight and concise an introduction to the camera for film makers and photographers serious about using this powerful tool in video mode.

DVD Contents:
Main Program (57 minutes)
1: Main Titles & Introduction
2: My 5dmkII history
3: Shooting with the 5dmkII
4: What kit do you need?
5: Setting up the camera to shoot video
6: Setting your ISO
7: Creating the best in camera picture style
8: Getting the correct exposure
9: Lenses
10: Lens discipline
11: Using a Macro Extension
12: The Mattebox
13: Follow Focus
14: Using a video monitor
15: Monopod & view finder
16: Variable ND filters
17: The IS Lens
18: Shooting handheld
19: Avoiding the Jello effect
20: Shutter speed
21: Getting the depth of field YOU want using the Fader/Vari ND
22: Shutter speed in artificial light
23: Sound
24: Best way to learn? Go out and shoot!

Bonus Section
Workflow (17 minutes)
1: Bringing your footage into your computer
2: Converting to a format you can edit with
3: How to convert to 24p or 25p
4: Using Cinema Tools to change frame rate
5: How to sync sound

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