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  1. Hey everyone, Its safe to assume there are tons of people who have been apart of this site for a long time and have branched out from just filming skating. I'm one of those people. I feel this forum can and should cater to those people as well. That being said, I'll be the first to post some non-skate content. This is a video I was commissioned to cover this huge event where over 1,000 people came together and volunteered their time to give back to the community. They painted schools, houses, did yard work and much more. Here is the recap I made for Potters Cannabis Co. Shot with: RED Epic Dragon, Canon 24-7- F2.8, Canon &0-200 F2.8 Edited with Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017 This is the first video I've produced completely on my own using a RED so I'm still learning. If you guys have any critiques, have at it, if you just want to say hello, go for it. Interacting with like minded people is what this forum is all about so lets use it to encourage and help one another in everything that we do. Thanks
  2. From a short roll of 16mm Kyran Ford and I shot. Check it out.
  3. Ok kids, here's a stumper for ya, so put down the bongs and break out the calculators. Want a true full frame fisheye field of view on your super 16-ish sensor? Welp, with the ~2.4x crop factor, you'll need a Metabones Speed Booster (the coolest "adapter" ever devised) to even think about getting anywhere near fisheye territory... unless you splurge on a 4.5mm sigma I guess. Anyway, I'm thinking Nikon G to MFT mount speed booster for this setup. This effectively adds the reverse of an ~APS-C-ish crop factor (multiply by .71 instead of divide), and makes the lens about a stop brighter with no loss in sharpness while it's at it... Awesome. Here's my question: Is the 8mm going to vignette? Now, on a full frame camera, an ~11mm would be a partially circular fisheye... Is it thus safe to assume that I would need a longer lens to to get to the ~15mm that wouldn't vignette on a full frame camera (I don't want any vig)? 8 x 2.4 = 19.2mm 19.2mm x .71 = 13.6mm 9 x 2.4 = 21.6 21.6 x .71 = 15.4mm 10 x 2.4 = 24mm 24 x .71 = 17.4mm 10.5 x 2.4 = 25.2mm 25.2mm x .71 = 17.9mm Well fuck... I do not know of ANY 9mm fisheyes. I SURE hope I'm wrong and that the 8mm (13.6mm equivilent) will somehow not vignette........ Somehow. I really hope so. This will be such a viable solution if I can get a fuckin $1 rokinon 8mm and a used speed booster. Let me know if you see another solution/if my math is right/if all my variables are proper. Anyone tried shooting with the BMPCC and a fisheye setup? Thanks!
  4. http://berkeley-film.tobiasdeml.com/2013/02/22/film-ltk-filmmaking-links-tutorials-knowledge-2013/
  5. https://vimeo.com/m/76839997