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Giacomo Girolamo

Member Since 09 Nov 2017
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In Topic: MIXING HEADPHONES what'ca use?

13 December 2017 - 10:28 PM

Just buy some Sennheiser headphones and be happy.


In Topic: Nikon D3300, should I go for it?

11 December 2017 - 12:29 PM

Jihed, I let you a page in which you can compare between a lot of cameras and quickly you can find you which is better in which field.

 

http://www.neocamera...era_compare.php

 

Check about the item "display position" and search for "rotating", not "fixed".

 

 

Bye!


In Topic: Fun project with my seniors on 35mm

11 December 2017 - 10:41 AM

Love it man, great shots too! Keep passing the torch of knowledge to your students.


In Topic: Nikon D3300, should I go for it?

10 December 2017 - 09:16 PM

Hey Jihed, how are you. Excuse me if I disagree with Landon (which opinions I really respect in this forum) but to me a DSLR in that prize is totally worth it if you are learning. You don't have to spend $2.000 dollars for start learning about how a camera works, and for filmmaking. Besides, I believe some times people in USA or the UK forget that in another parts of the world, 2.000 is pretty much an years work or even more, because for that people a dollar not worth a dollar, but a lot more.

 

Now, about you question, there are a big dilema about canon vs nikon. In my opinion, the cameras are very similar, but to me is canon for two reason. First of all, at least in my country, you can find more way options to canon lenses that to nikon lenses. Yes, you can buy an adaptar, but some times they are at least that expensive like a cheap lens, so to me that's an important factor. The second one is that nikon to me is the same taking pictures, but to filmming hasn't all the options that canon has, like the entry of the audio system, or some customization that they aren't the difference in the world, but they are better in the canon system. I have friends with both cameras (nikon d3300 and canons t5i and t3i) and to me the canon ones are more intuitive. But that is a matter of taste.

 

OH MAN, sorry, I miss a really important matter. The d3300 can't move the LSD screen in the back (like the canons t3i) that's really bad!! Because some times you need to put the camera on the ground or in a high place and you need to see what's in the screen. For video that's a MUST, trust me. I'm sure that nikon has models with a flip LSD screen, in canon you can find the t5i and another ones too.


In Topic: Focus and Focus Transition

07 December 2017 - 11:02 AM

I just found a breakdown of the first chapter of the film. Damn, the amount of perfection and attention to the little of details amazes me.

http://mattscottvisu...ouriousbasterds

I really want to achieve this look someday.

 

What a great review and tons of information Jihed, thanks for sharing!

 

About your cinematography journey, just relax, learn and when you have the possibility and have access, take a dslr and start shooting. You're going to make a LOTS of mistakes, which is great, because is the best way to learn about something. My grand mother used to say (this going to be difficult in english) "Who's don't do anything, never be wrong". Have fun and be wrong a lot in the process!

 

 

Thanks again for sharing, good bye


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