I often get asked how to make a multicam sequence, so this is the way i do it. It almost never has issues, but of course this has an issue or two as i am recording it. so i show you how to rectify it with some tips and tricks.
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If you are a wedding Vog you will almost certainly be working with Tog's. Sometimes in order to get the shots they need, they will often crash your shots, so this is how i get rid of them, using my friend Photography Jonny - sorry Jonny!
During our 100th podcast event, we had Jonathan Warner use his FS700 and Odyssey 7Q for continuous 4k 240fps shooting.
I was always pessimistic about Sony cameras, especially their battery performance. So i thought after the change from Canon and Panasonic cameras I would let you see my real world results with the Sony a6500 and the A7sii at a wedding.
A hugely unscientific test of the GH4, the Sony TX650 and my own iPhone7+. During a wedding i record an acoustic duo who allowed me to film them singing, so i attached the Sony mic onto the lead singer and put an iPhone about 7 foot away, opposite the amplifier the duo were using. Have a listen and let me know what you think.
In this video i am experimenting with a new microphone, strap and indeed technique to help better catch the audio from a reading in a ceremony, that does not have a lecturn or anything else for the reader to read from. Its always a problem, catching great audio when there is nothing around to place a microphone, so my idea is simple and in beta!
So what do i film with? I reveal all with my latest video about weddings. Using my trust Sony a7sii and a plethora of extras i show you all my rig and why i have invested in what i have invested in.
I have promised many people in the comments of one of my last videos that i would do an update to it. Why? Well kit moves on and so do i. Almost every 6 months or so i invest in audio gear whether it be for weddings or corporate. So with this wedding audio video i go into what i currently use and why i have chosen each item. Enjoy!
This is a demo showing you how easy it is to make a Filmstro timeline for a corporate project.