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Ray Roman Workshops coming to Los Angeles and New Jersey

Posted on by Daily Filmmaker in Business, Cinematography, Editing, Education, Lighting, Marketing, Networking, Sales, Shooting, Storytelling, Wedding, Workshops and Events | 14 Comments

Ray Roman is one of the top event filmmakers on the planet.
His techniques and style have been emulated by countless filmmakers
and now he is coming to you to share his secrets.

Behind The Scenes with Visual Masterpiece

Posted on by Daily Filmmaker in Behind the Scenes, Cinematography, Education, Shooting, Storytelling, Wedding | Leave a comment


Rebecka and Michael own an award winning studio in California called Visual Masterpiece. Recently back from an amazing presentation at In[Focus] 2012, They have let me share this BTS they did. This wedding took place the day after their baby was born so it holds strong memories. Rebecka was still in the hospital during this wedding but as Michael explains, this was the smoothest wedding they ever had. Sit back and watch this inspiring shooters commentary.

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Photographers Using Video Light, Is This A Problem?

Posted on by Daily Filmmaker in Lighting, Photographer, Photography, Shooting, Wedding | Leave a comment

A fellow filmmaker was concerned about how some photographers use video lights during wedding receptions. He says that his shots have been ruined because of this problem. The main problem, he says, is that the moving light can easily throw off exposure of the filmmaker’s shot. There are photographers who argue that the light should always follow the subject. You can follow and comment on the original post located here. The filmmaker said this :

 

 

ATTENTION PHOTOGRAPHERS: Please, if you’re going to use a video light during reception events (first dance, toasts, whatever), keep it stationary. On the video side we are having to run all cameras continuously, so if you’re moving a hot video light from location to location it really throws off our exposure constantly and also looks really funky on video. Flashes at least look like part of the event. But having a mobile spotlight just makes it look (on video) like the video crew didn’t know what they were doing. Thanks!

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