Thank you Grzegorz.
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Thank you Grzegorz.
Thank you Grzegorz, sure I used a cannon 14 mm EF LII for the wide sots, wich are the most of shots here. for the randomly used a 100 mm canon EF and few Leica r 80, 60, 50, 35mm)
here a work I made last month for the BASELWORLD event in Basel Switzerland. World's Major Watch Brands spent a lot of energy to create some really nice design and atmosphere.. that I...
Thank you Bob and Eric.. its very encouraging :-)
Thank you for the kind comment Jack. sure. except for the first shot with is made with leica r 180 mm lens, all the rest is shot with a nice cannon 14 mm lens. For the movements I used my friend the...
Thank you, Ken!
Thank you Hussain!
Yesterday I decided to take the car and go around in the region of Valais, Switzerland, which is very rich in landscapes. And of course I took my epic. Just some shots from that...
Thank you Bob, right, here is the link also https://vimeo.com/62183972
Hello Jeff, thank you! this place is called Romainmottier. it is a beautiful medieval village in the jura mountains in switzerland.
Its the epic, mostly with leica r glasses. i was experiencing high frame rates in low light situation and i came up with this.
Just a note David, I do understand the current version is an Alpha. I am just using both versions just because on the 17 all the quite useful "look options" won't work... it says "not licensed for...
Thank you for the answer David..Indeed That's what I was thinking too...) for the moment I can only imagine what this tool will be with the rocket, maybe within a short time this will change, but...
key frames as well...
My subconscious wakes up when i read thease words! :-)
On the same machine, I'm working side by side, with two versions of redcine-x " build 17 and build 18, ALPHA versions. Well, it seams to me that the new version playback much slower then the...
Just a short study for an ongoing project...
Thank you Daniel!
Just reporting some visual of an interesting place. a thousand years old church situated in a small village called saint Ursanne, in Switzerland. Shot on Red.
Thank you Jim for your kind comments. I agree with you about the pixels, but I just wanted to notice what it may look like.
About attaching the video: When you are editing your post, there is a...
Thank you Mike! yes I helped myself with some additional led lighting at some definite points. concerning the dead pixels...
yes i tried all... :-( unfortunately.. it is a sensor issue. I am now in...
thanks for the comments :-) in some shots at 5k are visible few dead pixels :-( on the left side of the screen.. looks like it is going back to RED.
A very short visual film shot on epic. mostly with leica r lenses. hope you will enjoy :-)
with plesure. I generaly use Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 L IS USM Macro for this kind of work.
Thank you for your kind comment!
Thank you Vithya!