The second most popular topic people want to find on the site is "making
video look like film" (or something similar).
So here are all our articles on the technology and techniques required
to make video look more like film.
2000 - 2010
MAKING VIDEO LOOK LIKE FILM - THE COMPLETE LIST...
- PRE AND POST PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES
- Making DV Look Like Film this is
part 1 of a piece for CCE magazine on what to do at the shooting stage
to improve your chances of achieving a film look. Includes tips for
those with both large and small budgets.
You've Got The Look - Making video
look more like film - and making film look even better....We look at
how Joel and Ethan Coen's movie, O Brother, Where Art Thou? was digitally
enhanced, and how a video of Steven Spielberg's was made to look like
So you want to make video look like film - Can you or can't you?
This was our first article on this subject written by D Gary Grady who
I met in the VX2K forum. He wrote this excellent answer to a post on
the forum. I liked it so much that I asked if I could use it on the
Making Video look like film - in post
Michael Robinson also a veteran of the VX2K forum wrote this piece which
follows on nicely from Gary's. He offers hints and tips to try in post.
- DV gets the film look - information on
the new Mini35 Digital adapter from P+S Technik. An amazing bit of kit
we discovered at IBC. Plus, JVC's CineLine DV cameras - two-third inch
CCD camcorders for the video-for-film market.
High Definition is George Lucas' favourite alternative to film, but
it can't do all celluloid can do - However, it is getting better, as
new Variable Frame Rate HD camcorder shows.... Plus news on other
new HD and non-HD cameras.
- OTHER SITES TO TAKE A LOOK AT
- How to make digital video sound like film. www.dv.com/magazine/2001/0501/rose0501.html
Movie Mode for the Canon XL1 Explained an article by Michael Pappas