This week Dakota Wolff Nicolucci and myself were joined once again by guest host Carl Sturgess. Straying away from the technical side of things we talk more about how to utilize this technology in order to enhance the creative process and workflow. Time is of the essence, and the selling point for most is how mobile your production can become when using the DSLR's. These camera's are known to do extremely well with minimal lighting, which allows you to use less lighting equipment. Because we all know lighting a scene is what takes the longest! Lastly we talk more about the documentary world and how the DSLR's lower the threat level to the subject. Meaning the subject can now feel more comfortable in front of the lens without having a traditional red light recording camcorder in their face. And the documentarian no longer has to sacrifice quality over mobility.
This week Dakota Wolff Nicolucci and myself talk about the infinite options that are available to us when deciding what type of lenses to purchase for our DSLR's. We bring to awareness that there are different lenses for a cropped sensor (Canon 7D 1.6x) compared to a full frame sensor (Canon 5D mkii). The difference between shooting with a variable millimeter lens often referred to as a "Zoom Lens," rather than shooting with primes, depends on what your production caters to. Finally we discuss dusting off your old lenses and buying an adapter in order to use with the DSLR's.
This week Dakota Wolff Nicolucci and myself are joined by guest host Carl Sturgess, to take a deeper look into the customization of the Canon 7D Picture Styles. We discuss other downloadable alternatives to compliment Canon's stock Picture Styles, i.e "SuperFlat, CineStyle, KodaChrome." We also explore Canon's Picture Style Editor that comes included in the box. Lastly, we finish by talking about manually setting your own personal "User Def," settings.
In this weeks episode of the "Digital Revolution Podcast," Dakota Wolff Nicolucci and myself discuss the issues of the rolling shutter concerning the DSLR's. For those who are unfamiliar with this term or effect we define and explain exactly what is happening from the camera operators perspective as well as behind the scenes inside the camera. We talk about tips and solutions in order to minimize or hide this effect.
This week we are joined by guest host, Dana Shaw to discuss low light shooting with the DSLR camera's. The prior weeks Co-Host Dakota Wolff Nicolucci and host Nico van den Berg have been focusing primarily on the Canon 5D mkii & 7D. So this week we took the opportunity to expose the different options available in the market. We discuss the advantages and power, these camera's have when it comes to their range in ISO selection.
Were back from the "Wolf Lair," with this weeks Podcast. Entitled "7D WorkFlow." Walking through the formats available to shoot in, the appropriate memory cards to shoot with and finally discussing the process of downloading your media and working with it in post production programs. Enjoy!
My self along with fellow colleague and student Dakota Wolff Nicolucci have just kicked off our very own podcast series entitled "The Digital Revolution." Much like my own blog we will be covering ground breaking technologies specific to the film industry. Every week we will be bringing in other colleagues to the "Wolff Laier" as we like to call it, to chime in on our chosen topics of the week. DSLR Explosion, takes into consideration the pro's and con's of the Canon 5D & 7D. Accessories is the name of the game, focusing on what is out there right now in terms of accessories or what Dakota referred to as, "essentials," for these new cameras. Please join us our maiden voyage into the Podcasting world!
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