Video and Media Production
Contains 80 Videos
In the final episode of the series Ollie delves into the most exciting part of colour grading - conveying mood and eliciting emotion with colour. He shows us how this is used so effectively in ‘Whiplash’, where colour becomes a signifier to the emotional journey of the film’s protagonist. Show Less
With everything now set to record, Ollie focuses on how simple colour and contrast management in production can maximise the quality of your digital negative. From using probes to ensure camera monitors are calibrated, to using charts to ensure white balance and contrast are consistent across all cameras; Ollie shows us his top tips for in-camera colour management. Show Less
As we continue looking at post-production, Ollie shows how hue and saturation can be used to direct the viewer's eye in the frame. Using examples from ‘Blade Runner 2049’, Ollie demonstrates how this technique can be used most effectively in your films. Show Less
In this video, Ollie takes us through the process of building custom LUTs on set for monitoring. He shows how simple steps before rolling the camera can ensure everyone on set is connected with the image and able to see how the film’s look is developing in every frame. Show Less
In the first episode of the series, Ollie introduces us to the concept of “Directing Colour” as he begins to produce a commercial for a boutique catering company. He takes us through the process of how he developed a colour palette for their brand which will be woven into the production design for the commercial, and explains how the relationships between colours can create compositional balance in your images. Show Less
In this episode Mark takes us through One-More-Pass of Editing and covers everything from special Room Tone Tricks to fix horrific surf-laden DX to stereo DX editing, cutting final voice overs and what to do if your DX goes out of sync in the editing process. Show Less
In this episode Mark takes through the process of recording, how to best use your recorders to their fullest potential, and make sure you're doing the right things at the right times while on set.
In this episode we watch Mark debunk most of the issues we find on set from simple gear issues to how to prevent anything bad from happening.
In this first episode on recording, Mark introduces us to the theory of good recording, and he begins revealing some Hollywood secrets about getting audio recorded well.
In this episode, Mark shows us about Boom Pole protocols, how to get voice overs, handling phase issues, the folly of on-camera mics, and how to deal with reflective rooms.
In this episode Mark goes over the major kinds of microphones used on set and how to protect them from wind including demonstrating what several sound like.
In this episode Mark goes over wireless transmission, the concerns around the FCC, wedding recording, lavaliers, keeping mics from being destroyed and understanding how it all works together.
In the final episode of the series Philip takes us through his all-important post production workflow. Media management, editing, audio, colour correction and grading is all covered as he shows us how to get the best possible results from the footage we've shot. Show Less
In this programme Philip deconstructs composition, showing you exactly how lens selection establishes the framing of your shot. He then moves on to camera motion, showing the various tools available to make your shots more dynamic, before explaining how and when to move your camera, and perhaps most importantly—when not to move it. Show Less