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Lenses and Apps to work with FiLMiC Pro

 

Mobile Filmmaking with IK Multimedia and FiLMiC Pro

 

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Lenses and Apps to work with FiLMiC Pro

The missing secret sauce. This is the little six prototype of the moondog labs on him or fuck. Adapter jonathan's got the five s, which is the fully machine beautiful, uh, metal snap on mount for the five s it's made by a company called moondog labs. It stretches your image to take full advantage of the center, and then we d squeeze it. Uh, so you get this wonderful aspect ratio two, four zero two. One does a lot of unique things. And one of them is the sun flares throughout this film, which take take place on a long afternoon on christmas eve. And the sun itself becomes practically a character in the movie, as you see it slowly fading as the day wears on. And ultimately that combined with the color grading, gave the movie its name, uh, tangerine. So you're saying that you were interested in shooting? Yeah. I mean, I think that, you know, anamorphic de anamorphic process has been around for a long time, and it was I'm not going to be labor the background to it, but it is a look that is...

synonymous with kind of big budget hollywood film and the flares. The way lights kind of streak across your lens is a really beautiful thing, and it is really hard to get that look with you know, anamorphic lenses are cooking anamorphic lenses are thirty thousand dollars like really expensive for one lands, so to be able to have this adapter by a zit moondog labs it's pretty awesome to be able just click it right on your iphone and get that look right out of the box. I'm excited for it for sure. Yeah, I feel a little bit foolish because we should have had you talk about the optics because you've built optic ex before and understand the whole process infinitely better tonight. So if you want to know more about it, email uh, this guy and I'll give you the minute, okay? We're about to go to break. We're going to run through a couple quick slides of some of our favorite aps, um, preproduction favorites, um, shot list, sir storyboard composer that's jonathan tap, I'm going to give you a little demo of that while he's setting up the lighting in the next scene and then shot crow, I'd like to think of shop pro as almost more of a shot design or type apelike we could take this room. Do we want a couch in here? Do we wanna love seat? I'm not okay this trial I've seen now let's put the table and so it's good for building something from nothing jonathan's app is extraordinarily good at how do we want to cover the scene? We've got two actors to I want to do a dolly shot try do a pan what if I dolly in wait no, maybe we'll start in on a close up and then dolly back and you can create the entire cinema language of a scene in minutes in fact, if we could get a nice over the shoulder shot in the next segment, we'll do that and you can then director to cinematographer talking back and forth me like now and I think actually want to do this and boom twenty seconds later you've got the change shot lister great way of taking your script, importing it into a nap and then keeping a record all the way through of which you've got what the duration is um yeah, so fantastic apt postproduction favorite thai movie probably no, I won't go into that too long just giving you a little straddle at the far end of the spectrum if you want something super easy if editing at all intimidates you, try clips, you just drag top to bottom what's the first clip I want what's the last clip I want where do I wanted him between play don't like it you just rearranging it's a very easy, delightful way to add it kind of playful went at it yeah, actually our buddy tags goldstein first uh tipped me off to that like you want to learn more about really, really awesome maps for production and preproduction checkout handheld hollywood dot com it's a gentleman named task old seniors assembled and put so much work into this like tone of working at the bible of really of mobile aps for filmmaking and you should definitely check it out on the break or if you have any questions about your proof would ask us yeah pried the price of the book will save you the purchase price. I'm guessing the o on then pinnacle studio if you want something at the very high end of its pinnacle studio does some interesting stuff for euro uh, people who need tio exported twenty five frames per second, which is something that I move you can do okay last slide before break er three great little filter color grading and effects options ah, video grade lets you do about ten different image mint of manipulation features including adjusting just the levels in the shadows or the highlight a great way to do detailed adjustments of your shot. Chrome iq is very simple nice ah beautiful interface and good looks and then till chip video pride talk about the actual process but it's a great way to mimic shallow depth of field and isolate the user's eye on a particular part of the shot very cool

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In the last few years, mobile tools for filmmakers, musicians and creators have become more powerful, useful and more widely adopted. IK Multimedia has developed a range of products that are affordable and effective when paired with market leading filmmaking tools like FiLMiC Pro.

In Mobile Filmmaking with IK Multimedia and FiLMiC Pro, Neill Barham, the founder of Cinegenix and FiLMiC Pro, and noted cinematographer, Jonathan Houser will show how to use their mobile app with the IK Multimedia's iRig PRO and iRig Mic Field to get incredible shots and capture pristine audio that will fool anyone into thinking you have the budget of a hollywood film.

Listen to special guest filmmakers Sean Baker and Chris Bergoch talk about how they used iPhones and FiLMiC Pro to make their Sundance hit Tangerine, which was acquired by Magnolia Pictures and will be released theatrically this July. See the trailer here.

Both the iRig PRO and FiLMiC Pro were recently featured in an Apple iPad commercial with Martin Scorsese and are becoming more widely used as professional tools for filmmakers. Learn how to use them to get the breathtaking shots you want. See commercial here.