If you haven’t seen my video, please make sure to watch my YouTube video first before jumping into actual work. I won’t be covering most information here, as there is no point on making double copies of the same material. However, here are the things you going to find here! Btw if you a foreigner and can’t read English very well, on the right sidebar you can use google translate. Hopefully, it helps!
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First of all you can DOWNLOAD VIDEO HERE! It’s the exact same video I used in the tutorial, so you can follow along the way, or maybe just practice in general and come up with your own looks. Please remember, the provided video is only for learning purposes, feel free to post it online and share it on any social media platforms! No Commercial use of any kind.
Let’s talk a little bit nerd over here. So the camera used for this shot was Panasonic Eva. Material that we show is only 8bit, so we didn’t shoot raw or anything fancy like that. Time was a major factor. However, I must admit that material looks pretty good for 8bit. My main problem with the camera was incredible about of noise at native ISO.
Besides filming, we also shot a few stills for our actress. For Still Lighting Setup, you CAN FIND IT HERE
Additionally I will be making one or two mode video on the following shots: