This Week’s "Things" – Week of 1/05/2015

Editing

What is this Thing: Premiere Pro Quick Tip: Syncing dual audio to a clip using just Premiere
Things Type: Editing
Link:
http://nofilmschool.com/2014/12/automatically-sync-dual-system-audio-premiere-pro-plural-eyes
Notes: Quick tutorial on how to sync dual audio to a single clip in Premiere Pro.

What is this Thing: Video Editing Insights from T.V’s Top Editors
Things Type: Editing
Link:
http://www.premiumbeat.com/blog/video-editing-insights-from-top-tv-editors/
Notes: From the Manhattan Edit Workshop – Four top T.V. editors show and discuss editing techniques to tell a better story.

Film Distribution

What is this Thing: Explanation – Why Indie Films Don’t Get Distributed
Things Type: Film Distribution Advice
Link:
http://www.premiumbeat.com/blog/truth-indie-films-dont-get-distributed/
Notes: Independent filmmaker Noam Kroll discusses the ins and outs of independent film distribution and why many don’t get a distribution deal. Interesting that he says “bad sound” is the number reason films don’t get a deal.

Cinematography

What is this Thing: Shot Sizes – A review of the definition of the shots.
Things Type: Cinematography
Link:
http://www.elementsofcinema.com/cinematography/framing-shot-sizes/
Notes: A good review of the definition of Wide/Long Shot, Close-up and other shot sizes. Always a good refresher.

What is this Thing: The Reaction Shot
Things Type: Cinematography
Link:
http://www.elementsofcinema.com/editing/what-is-a-reaction-shot-in-movies/
Notes: While we are on the shot-sizes, might as well review The Reaction Shot.

What is this Thing: Shooting Green screen
Things Type: Cinematography – Green screen
Link:
http://vimeo.com/34365256
Notes: Complete Green Screen Shooting with Eve Hazelton

Color Correcting/Grading

What is this Thing: Color Grading Strategies
Things Type: Color Grading
Link:
http://digitalfilms.wordpress.com/2014/10/18/color-grading-strategies/
Notes: Color grading isn’t just for the Hollywood elite. We have so many low-cost ways to get great results. Here’s some strategies for color grading.

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