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  • GETTIN’ THE BIG GUNS OUT... 💪🏼📷 Pic by @gerardwood
  • GETTIN’ THE BIG GUNS OUT... 💪🏼📷 Pic by @gerardwood
  • 3,982 73 20 February, 2019
  • [LUTs] Do you use #luts in your works? If yes, which one/bundle? In the psot a remake of the original look using @LUTs in Tomb Raider (2018) 🎬🎥▶️Check also their website and give us a feedback :-)
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  • [LUTs] Do you use #luts in your works? If yes, which one/bundle? In the psot a remake of the original look using @LUTs in Tomb Raider (2018) 🎬🎥▶️Check also their website and give us a feedback :-)
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    #filmmakersworld
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  • [ROBOT] With @phantom.gravity an awesome high speed work via @mrmoco1
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A healthy breakfast is always the best in the fresh air ☀️ But if you have to spend the whole day in the studio, you’ll need: some blue screen, a piece of wood and a motion designer like @dannymotiongraphics 👈 🎬🎥▶️
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  • [ROBOT] With @phantom.gravity an awesome high speed work via @mrmoco1
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    A healthy breakfast is always the best in the fresh air ☀️ But if you have to spend the whole day in the studio, you’ll need: some blue screen, a piece of wood and a motion designer like @dannymotiongraphics 👈 🎬🎥▶️
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    Follow and tag @filmmakersworld to have a chance to be featured!
    #filmmakersworld
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  • Cinematographer @magdalenagorkadp | Never give up! “This is me - I do what I love. I learn every day, I work hard, I don't whine. I am grateful for what I have and for the opportunities I was given. I want to keep on making good movies, meeting great filmmakers and bringing meaningful stories to the silver screen. Thank you fellow women for speaking up 👊🏻 I feel like I can breath again🌥”
  • Cinematographer @magdalenagorkadp | Never give up! “This is me - I do what I love. I learn every day, I work hard, I don't whine. I am grateful for what I have and for the opportunities I was given. I want to keep on making good movies, meeting great filmmakers and bringing meaningful stories to the silver screen. Thank you fellow women for speaking up 👊🏻 I feel like I can breath again🌥”
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  • Faces Of R # 2 
Oscar-winning cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki shares photos from his Instagram feed, giving us a glimpse into the Canadian wildnerness where 'The Revenant' was shot. Brace yourselves. @chivexp © Emmanuel Lubezki / #irimages
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  • Faces Of R # 2
    Oscar-winning cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki shares photos from his Instagram feed, giving us a glimpse into the Canadian wildnerness where 'The Revenant' was shot. Brace yourselves. @chivexp © Emmanuel Lubezki / #irimages
    #Cinematography #cinematographer
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  • HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME || Today is my Birthday! 🥳 As a female Cinematographer/Director on the rise, my Birthday wish this year is to be seen & heard! 🎂 I’m so looking forward to sharing more of my filmmaking journey with you’ll! 🤗
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BTS on the set of feature film Pearl flying the @djiglobal Ronin MX small rig with a @smallhd, @antonbauerbatteries, @sonyalpha, & @canonusa lens! 📹
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#kimishareneedavis
  • HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME || Today is my Birthday! 🥳 As a female Cinematographer/Director on the rise, my Birthday wish this year is to be seen & heard! 🎂 I’m so looking forward to sharing more of my filmmaking journey with you’ll! 🤗
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    BTS on the set of feature film Pearl flying the @djiglobal Ronin MX small rig with a @smallhd, @antonbauerbatteries, @sonyalpha, & @canonusa lens! 📹
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    #kimishareneedavis
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  • Our 2019 films are officially live and on the site now. Click the link in our bio to view this year’s film slate. Like what you see? Passes are selling quickly so purchase yours today! #svff2019
  • Our 2019 films are officially live and on the site now. Click the link in our bio to view this year’s film slate. Like what you see? Passes are selling quickly so purchase yours today! #svff2019
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  • FOLLOW @filmmaker_universe for more🔥🔥🔥 Children Of Men contains several of the greatest long take oners in all of modern film. Today’s BTS shows the involved process of executing the best of the bunch. This chase scene is the film’s most iconic moment. Alfonso Cuaron didn’t just want a long take, he wanted the camera to be able to cover the entire car and all five actors. This meant not just 360 panning, but sliding forward, back, left and right. This required rigging a 35mm film camera from the cutaway ceiling of the process car on a two-axis remote controlled dolly system. How could this effect be imitated without a process vehicle with a cutaway roof? I have an approach that could get most of the way there.
One of the big challenges for the crew of Children of Men in this scene was the size of the 35mm film cameras being used. Long takes meant larger film reels, and even more bulk. With a small mirrorless B-cam or even a stripped-down Red, the challenge becomes easier. Securely install a hi-hat and tripod head between the driver and front passenger seats. Then take a one or two-foot motorized slider and rig it to the tripod head.  Mount your chosen small-footprint camera to a high capacity one-handed gimbal. Attach the one-handed gimbal to the motorized slider. You can now slide forward and back between the front and back seats while panning 360. X-axis movement can be fudged by panning the tripod head that holds the slider. For complete remote control, a remote pan head can be used on top of, or instead of the tripod head. In lieu of a motorized pan head, one of the actors could be choreographed to adjust the tripod head for the X-axis part of the movement. 
FOLLOW @filmmaker_universe for more🔥🔥🔥
  • FOLLOW @filmmaker_universe for more🔥🔥🔥 Children Of Men contains several of the greatest long take oners in all of modern film. Today’s BTS shows the involved process of executing the best of the bunch. This chase scene is the film’s most iconic moment. Alfonso Cuaron didn’t just want a long take, he wanted the camera to be able to cover the entire car and all five actors. This meant not just 360 panning, but sliding forward, back, left and right. This required rigging a 35mm film camera from the cutaway ceiling of the process car on a two-axis remote controlled dolly system. How could this effect be imitated without a process vehicle with a cutaway roof? I have an approach that could get most of the way there.
    One of the big challenges for the crew of Children of Men in this scene was the size of the 35mm film cameras being used. Long takes meant larger film reels, and even more bulk. With a small mirrorless B-cam or even a stripped-down Red, the challenge becomes easier. Securely install a hi-hat and tripod head between the driver and front passenger seats. Then take a one or two-foot motorized slider and rig it to the tripod head. Mount your chosen small-footprint camera to a high capacity one-handed gimbal. Attach the one-handed gimbal to the motorized slider. You can now slide forward and back between the front and back seats while panning 360. X-axis movement can be fudged by panning the tripod head that holds the slider. For complete remote control, a remote pan head can be used on top of, or instead of the tripod head. In lieu of a motorized pan head, one of the actors could be choreographed to adjust the tripod head for the X-axis part of the movement.
    FOLLOW @filmmaker_universe for more🔥🔥🔥
  • 4 1 2 minutes ago
  • Cold War (2018)
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🎬 Directed by: Pawel Pawlikowski
🎥 Cinematography by: Lukasz Zal
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    🎬 Directed by: Pawel Pawlikowski
    🎥 Cinematography by: Lukasz Zal
  • 14 1 6 minutes ago