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CGI Will Smith Has More Life in Him Than Gemini Man

Will Smith is a huge movie star in part because of his infectious charisma. He’s a great actor, too, but it was his charm and personality that aided him in becoming one of the biggest stars on the planet. Gemini Man, the latest film from Oscar-winning director Ang Lee, has not one but two Wills and neither has any of…Read more...
Tags: Science, Will Smith, Ang Lee, Paramount, Clones, Clive Owen, Benedict Wong, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Frame Rate, 3 D, Gemini Man


This video shows the impact of frame rate on bottle shots

As a newbie filmmaker, one of the first things you should master is the frame rate. Different frame rates affect your shots, and you should choose it wisely depending on what you want to achieve. In this video, filmmaker Chris Vanderschaaf shows how four different frame rates affect bottle shots. So if you need to […] The post This video shows the impact of frame rate on bottle shots appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Video, Inspiration, Filmmaking, Slow Motion, Slo Motion, Frame Rate, Chris Vanderschaaf


5 creative uses of shutter speed in your videos

When shooting a video, a general rule is to set the shutter speed to be the double of the frame rate. However, there are scenarios in which breaking this rule is welcome. In this video, Jordy Vandeput of Cinecom shows you five creative effects you can pull off just by changing the shutter speed while […] The post 5 creative uses of shutter speed in your videos appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Shutter Speed, Frame Rate, Cinecom, Jordy Vandeput


This is when you shouldn’t shoot video at 24fps

The standard frame rate is 24fps and it’s used for most types of videos. However, there are times when 24fps is not the way to go, but you should use higher or lower frame rate. In only three minutes, Ted Sim of Apurture shares eight scenarios when you shouldn’t use 24fps for shooting videos. 1. […] The post This is when you shouldn’t shoot video at 24fps appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Video, Tutorials, Frame Rate, Ted Sim, 24fps, Apurture


Learn how to choose the best frame rate for your videos in just 10 minutes

When you start shooting video, there are plenty of things to learn, and one of the first things to master is definitely the frame rate. If you’re just starting out, filmmaker Brandon Li has made one of the best video tutorials for all the newbies in video shooting. He explains how and why to choose […] The post Learn how to choose the best frame rate for your videos in just 10 minutes appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Video, Tutorials, Filmmaking, Frame Rate, Brandon Li


What 5 Settings Do You Need To Double Check Before Shooting Video?

I confess, I struggle with the discipline to double check my camera settings before I start shooting video! Especially the frame rate and the shutter speed. And if I struggle, I suspect that maybe you do too – so when I found this article from Noam Kroll, I wanted to share it. 5 Essential Settings You Need To Double Check Before Shooting Video On Your DSLR (Or Cinema Camera) Via noamkroll.com: While this article can largely help up and coming camera ops/DP’s that are just getting started, it a...
Tags: Photography, Video, ISO, Aperture, Shutter Speed, Noam Kroll, White Balance, Shane Hurlbut, Frame Rate, Check Before Shooting Video, Settings before shooting, Settings In You Dslr


The amusing story of how an off-the-cuff compromise made 24fps the standard “film rate”

We’ve all heard why 29.97fps and 25fps became the standards for TV & video broadcast. It basically boiled down to technical issues based around the electrical supply and the limitations of available airwaves. But those reasons don’t explain one thing. How did 24fps become the standard for film? In this Home Theater Geeks podcast, host Scott […] The post The amusing story of how an off-the-cuff compromise made 24fps the standard “film rate” appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Film, Scott, Frame Rate, 23.976fps, 24fps, Home Theater Geeks, Mark Schubin, Scott Wilkinson


Watch a helicopter magically levitates with frozen rotors, and understand why it happens

Have you ever seen a helicopter magically rise in the air without its motor spinning? If not, you are in for a treat. OK, how can that be? Here is a little well-known secret, the main rotor of the helicopter is actually spinning pretty fast? Fast enough that it perfectly aligns with the frame rate […] The post Watch a helicopter magically levitates with frozen rotors, and understand why it happens appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Magic, Helicopter, Shutter Speed, Optical Illusion, Frame Rate


What frame rates are, and when to use them in recording your videos

One of the most confusing things for people just getting started out in videography has to do with frame rates. This video explains what frame rates are, what they do, and what your default should be. The post What frame rates are, and when to use them in recording your videos appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Video, Trends, Videography, Frame Rate


Windows 10 Just Added a New Feature That Makes Games Faster

Flip a switch and Microsoft says games should run faster and smoothe
Tags: News, Microsoft, Video Games, Xbox One, Uncategorized, Xbox, Windows 10, Frame Rate, Game Mode


How to use shutter speed to your advantage to help you get the film look

There’s more to getting the “film look” with video than simply shooting your camera at 24 frames per second. It’s not just the colour grading, or the lens used, either. These are, of course, factors, but all components of a much greater whole. Issues other than the framerate are mostly variable. One issue that often [...] The post How to use shutter speed to your advantage to help you get the film look appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Video, Movies, Tutorials, Film Look, Frame Rate


This is why your camera shoots 29.97fps (not 30fps) and why it doesn’t really matter any more

If you’re not dealing with broadcast, and you’re simply uploading to YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook, etc. then I’ll save you some time. You don’t have to stick with 29.97 framerate. It’s old, it’s obsolete, it’s no longer technically relevant, shoot and play back at whatever framerate you like. If you want to delve a little deeper [...] The post This is why your camera shoots 29.97fps (not 30fps) and why it doesn’t really matter any more appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Video, TV, Movies, Film, Inspiration, FPS, Frames Per Second, PAL, NTSC, Frame Rate


Gears of War 4 Will Have Unlocked Frame Rate on Windows 10

During Microsoft's E3 2016 briefing the company confirmed that next chapter in the Gears of War franchise, Gears of War 4 will ship for both Xbox One as well as Windows 10 the same day! On top of that this is the first title that supports the new Play Anywhere program. That means you will be able to buy one copy of Gears of War 4 (either PC or Xbox One) and be able to play it on either platform. You also will have cross-play, meaning that any player on Windows 10 or Xbox One could play the ga...
Tags: Microsoft, Pc, All News, Gaming News, Windows 10, Pc Gaming, Gears of War, E3 2016, Frame Rate


‘Forget what you’ve heard,’ From Software says — Dark Souls 3 runs at 60fps on PC

From Software has confirmed that the baseless rumors stemming from Reddit that Dark Souls 3 would be locked at 30fps on PC are, in fact, without base. Instead, you'll get at least 60fps assuming you have a rig that can handle it. The post ‘Forget what you’ve heard,’ From Software says — Dark Souls 3 runs at 60fps on PC appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Gaming, Computing, Reddit, 60fps, Dark Souls 3, From Software, 30fps, Frame Rate