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Canon Asia: “Filmmaking” with Simeon Quarrie On the EOS 5D Mark IV

Canon Asia with Simeon Quarrie On the EOS 5D Mark IV, Shows “Filmmaking” Tutorial Series from “How to Craft a Story”, “The importance of Frame Rate and Resolution”, “How to Expose For Video”, “Camera Movement and Stabilisation”, “The Use of Sound and Music”, “Choosing Lenses”, Staying in Focus”, “Editing Video” and “Conclusion”, For a 10 part Tutorial Series with Simeon Quarrie.

From Canon Asia:

Canon Asia with Simeon Quarrie “How to Craft a Story”:

“Storyline sequence is essential to creative video that holds interest. There has to be a purpose and a goal.”

Canon Asia with Simeon Quarrie “The importance of Frame Rate and Resolution”:

“PAL or NTSC? IPB or ALL-I? Understand the Differences in this Video.”

Canon Asia with Simeon Quarrie “How to Expose For Video”:

“Learn firsthand how Simeon Quarrie sets his shutter speed, aperture, and ISO for video shooting. Try it out!”

Canon Asia with Simeon Quarrie “Camera Movement and Stabilisation”:

“Gimbal systems to reduce impact of operators movements, or Sliders for smooth movement to static frames, discover the most appropriate equipment for videos you make.”

Canon Asia with Simeon Quarrie “The Use of Sound and Music”:

“Understand if a Directional Microphone or a Omni-directional Microphone is more suitable for your type of sound.”

Canon Asia with Simeon Quarrie “Choosing Lenses”:

“Use lenses to keep the composition of the sequence of your shots interesting.”

Canon Asia with Simeon Quarrie “Staying in Focus”:

“Focus aids in storytelling. You can master the art of manually focusing, or check out the Dual Pixel CMOS Auto Focus technology for video to guide viewers attention to a certain area of the frame.”

Canon Asia with Simeon Quarrie “Editing Video”:

“Editing is a creative process and ideally we have the editing mind when filming.”

Canon Asia with Simeon Quarrie “Conclusion”:

“Do leave a comment to let us know if this series has helped you with your filmmaking, and if there’s anything else you’d like to see!”

VIA: Canon Asia