Manta Rays at Risk

I just finished this personal project called "Manta Rays at Risk" using photos I took during my holidays in Maldives and Hawaii. The final movie is in 4k and you can download it on vimeo. Mantas have been classified Read more

My first experience using Magic Lantern RAW

  Model: Lea Filmed & Edited by Martin Ureta Music: Jake Bugg - Two Fingers Software: Magic Lantern RAW v2.3 1920x1080 25fps - Card CF LEXAR 1000x This is my first test using the Magic Lantern RAW during a photo shooting of my cousin Read more

Interview with filmmaker and cinematographer Sergio Herencias

I’ve contacted Sergio Herencias, a talented Swiss/Spanish Filmmaker and Cinematographer based in Zürich, Switzerland for an exclusive interview. Raised in a small village called Degersheim, Sergio has managed to turn his dream and great passion into a career. Cameraman.com: Tell Read more

Cine Gear 2013 - The Sony FS700 in the RAW

Art Adams and Adam Wilt present the Sony FS700 in the RAW, featuring the new 2K RAW High Frame Rate, and 4K RAW recording solutions. The seminar includes footage screening. Super-sampling: Spectacular HD or 4K 4K/2K RAW recording option Super 35mm Sensor Read more

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Manta Rays at Risk

I just finished this personal project called “Manta Rays at Risk” using photos I took during my holidays in Maldives and Hawaii. The final movie is in 4k and you can download it on vimeo. Mantas have been classified as Vulnerable by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). They are at particular risk to overfishing because they produce very few young. Many populations have already been depleted by unregulated fishing. I decided to do a short animated film with the help of my friend José using the Project Aware Infographics. My goal is to create awareness on this matter and share this information in a different way. I hope you’ll like the movie and please feel free to share it. Thanks!

 

 

Directed by Martin Ureta – cameraman.com
Animation by José Campos – owlbrainwave.wordpress.com
Produced by WildlifePhotography.com – wildlifephotography.com

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My first experience using Magic Lantern RAW

 

Model: Lea
Filmed & Edited by Martin Ureta
Music: Jake Bugg – Two Fingers
Software: Magic Lantern RAW v2.3 1920×1080 25fps – Card CF LEXAR 1000x

This is my first test using the Magic Lantern RAW during a photo shooting of my cousin Lea I did a month ago. The quality of the DNGs are pretty amazing. I used a Canon 5DMkIII with the 24-70mm 2.8L (@70mm)

Thanks for watching!

Martin
Cameraman.com
Facebook.com/cameraman

More information about Magic Lantern workflow, Magic Lantern Editing and a lot more here: Nofilmschool.com/tag/magiclanternrawvideo/

 

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Cine Gear 2013 – The Sony FS700 in the RAW

Art Adams and Adam Wilt present the Sony FS700 in the RAW, featuring the new 2K RAW High Frame Rate, and 4K RAW recording solutions. The seminar includes footage screening.

Super-sampling: Spectacular HD or 4K
4K/2K RAW recording option
Super 35mm Sensor Size
4K Exmor® CMOS Sensor
Super Slow Motion
Built-in ND filters
CineGamma curves
Modular Design
Advanced Focus Facilities
99 Picture Profile settings
LCD Markers
50/60 Hz World-cam Operation
The Sony 4K universe
Sony cameras compared

 

Link:

Sony NEX-FS700

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The BeSteady Camera Stabilizer

Most of you have probably heard about the MōVI handheld stabilized system created by Freefly System and priced at $15.000. I’ve a friend that just pre-order one and I was wondering if another company will come out with a similar camera stabilizer model at a lower price. Well, here we go! A UK based company just come out with the BesSteady ONE, a gyroscopic camera stabilizer priced under $3000. That is 5x less than the Movi Camera System. Take a look a this videos to have an idea. You can subscribe on their website to be informed about the pre-order.

What is the BeSteady?

The BeSteady is a camera stabilizer based on an electronic system equipped with gyroscopic sensors and accelerometers, using the direct drive of three axis of rotation in the form of brushless direct-current motors.

BeSteady One Camera Stabilizer

In simple terms, it is a highly advanced electronic device which allows for incredible shots, creating new applications and abilities, perfectly complementing and supplementing other producers’ stabilizers and rigs available on the market.

 

Prices:

BeSteady One Camera Stabilizer

 

Links:
BeSteady Website
BeSteady Vimeo
BeSteady Facebook
BeSteady One Brochure

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