Camera Filtration: Key Terms You Need To Know

Summary: Camera filters are used for many reasons: image/lighting control and creating a specific look. In this video we talk about: photography vs cinematography lenses, filter placement, mounting filters, and filter sizes/shapes. Two terms to know: filter factor and filter grade. Finally we wrap up discussing filter problems: image degradation and reflections.

Length: 6:05 minutes

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Advanced Exposure: Raw & Log

Advanced Exposure: Raw & Log (Camera Lesson 33)

Camera RAW and log settings throw additional considerations into the mix when it comes to exposing your film image properly. In this video Ryan shares what those considerations are and how they impact exposure choices for your film production.
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    • Ryan E. Walters
      Ryan E. Walters says:

      Black Pro Mist (BPM) is a good option. Personally, I prefer filters like Digital Diffusion, Classic Soft, or Hollywood Blackmagic over BPM. I find BPM to be a bit too heavy handed for my tastes. But if you like the look, then it is another great way to soften up your image. :)


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