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►► Watch my FREE WEBINAR here: My Top 10 Tips for making your passion project on a budget 🤍 ►► Check out my courses and learn how to make your best film on a budget at 🤍 Steve Ramsden here with DIY Moviemaking and this week I’m sharing my top 10 tips for filming miniatures! To demonstrate this I’m using this 1/350 scale model of Fireflash from Gerry Anderson's Thunderbirds. Tip number 1 is to think about the scale of your miniature – basically, the bigger the better, and some famous films have used some enormous miniatures, referred to by Peter Jackson as ‘bigatures’. The bigger your model, the more detail it can have and so the more realistic it will probably look. Tip number 2 is to consider your lens choice and camera position. A wider lens will make a model look bigger than a tighter lens. But this will only make your model look suitably big and impressive if you also get that wide lens really close to the model. Normally if you get lower with your camera or raise you model up if you can’t get lower, this again will make it look bigger. Tip number 3: Depth of field. This refers to how much of the image is in focus and how much is blurry. You want to close your iris down to try and get as much of the model in focus as possible, otherwise you're going to be changing focus between different parts of the model and this is really going to make it look tiny. So on your screen you want the highest F number you can see displayed. Tip number 4 is to think about Lighting, and how to use lighting to hide anything that doesn’t look realistic. A single main light source will probably look the most accurate to represent the sun, because multiple shadows can easily make something look like it’s in a studio. Tip number 5 is to think about the TEXTURE of your model that the lighting may be hitting. There is a tendency for models to look way too clean and pristine and brand new, and again this can be a giveaway that they are not real. So painting or rubbing dirt onto a model can help. Tip number 6 is to think about movement. If you’re planning to move the camera, use a slider to keep the movement steady. For shots where you plan on replacing the background, it’s often easier to move the camera rather than move the model, like ILM did in Star Wars, and they used a motion control system. Tip number 7 is frame rate. When shooting at a higher frame rate such as 120 frames per second you can achieve slow motion by playing the clip back at your normal speed such as 24 or 25 frames per second - the whole shot will stretch out longer and so appear much slower, and this in turn will make objects look heavier and generally add a feeling of weight to any movements in the scene. Tip number 8 is Shutter speed - this controls how much motion blur your shot will have. For normal-looking motion blur like what our eyes see, you should always set your shutter speed to double your frame rate.. But just like closing your iris, know that cranking up the shutter speed will once again make your scene darker. High frames rates and shutter speeds are especially essential regarding Tip number 9 is know that anything involving fire and water will make things harder! It is very tough to make these things look convincing in miniature, as if your model is surrounded by giant flames or waves, they can just end up making your model look smaller. Tip number 10 is think about combining your miniature shots with full scale elements. A good example is to shoot some foreground elements in front of a green screen, and if you light these to match your model then this can be another clever way to fool your audience. You can see a great example of this in the engine room scenes in Titanic where the entire background is actually a miniature. You can also do it the other way round, and add full-scale backgrounds or set extensions to miniatures to make them more believable, and again you can get some really fun results with this, like I did with this Saturn 5 model rocket which I tried using to recreate the launch sequence of Apollo 13. So the possibilities really are endless when compositing full-scale elements together with miniatures. And if you’re interested in learning how to do this easily using Adobe After Effects, then you’ll probably enjoy my dedicated After Effects Essentials course, and the link to learn more about that is below. So hopefully all these tips have given you some fun ideas to try out in your own projects if you want to have a go at filming some miniatures. And if you want to learn more about low budget filmmaking in general you can of course check out my full courses at diymoviemaking.com or using the links below. Happy moviemaking and I’ll see you next time! #filmmaking #miniatures #diymoviemaking
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Want to take a FREE Filmmaking or Screenwriting Course by Hollywood Pros? 👉 🤍 Subscribe to my YouTube Channel! ➡️ 🤍 Matt Stawski is a Grammy-nominated filmmaker and director of Nickelodeon’s Blue’s Big City Adventure, an original feature-length Blue’s Clues & You! movie, premiering Nov. 18 exclusively on Paramount+. Marking Stawski’s first feature film, Blue’s Big City Adventure is a sing-and-dance-along musical spectacular for the whole family, featuring all-new songs and choreography with the show’s beloved hosts–Josh (Josh Dela Cruz), Steve (Steve Burns) and Joe (Donovan Patton)—and fan-favorite animated characters. The movie also features BD Wong, Ali Stroker, Taboo, Alex Winter, Phillipa Soo, and Steven Pasquale's special star appearances. On A trip to New York City, Josh and Blue get help from Steve and Joe, but a greedy man plots to make the Big Apple his own, and he hasn't learned to share. With Blue on the trail, She must go on an adventure and save her friends and NYC before it's too late. Born and raised in Detroit, Mich., Stawski began his career “borrowing” truckloads of gear from his local TV station and filming punk bands with his friends. After attending Columbia College Chicago, he immediately moved to Los Angeles, where he began directing music videos full-time. From 2006-2019, he directed videos for a wide array of artists, including CeeLo Green’s epic video “FK You,” which garnered Stawski a Grammy Award nomination; “Hey, Soul Sister” for Train, as well as Fall Out Boy, The Wanted, Ne-Yo, Paramore, Fifth Harmony, Snoop Dogg and more. During that time, Stawski also began working in television, filming pilots for Awesomeness and Nickelodeon. Stawski is currently in development on an original horror film titled Monster Mash with Universal Pictures. In his free time, he gets lost in the Sierra mountains, practices close-up magic, and hosts a secret horror movie drive-in at an undisclosed location. Enjoy my conversation with Matt Stawski. For links to today's guest - click below: 👉 🤍 Buy Rise of the Filmtrepreneur: How to Turn Your Indie Film Into a Moneymaking Business 👉 🤍 You can listen to my podcast on any platform! iTunes: 🤍 Sticher: 🤍 Spotify: 🤍 Sound Cloud:🤍 Need more filmmaking inspiration? Check out my book Shooting for the Mob (Based on the Incredible True Filmmaking Story) ➡️ 🤍 #filmmaker #filmmaking #filmmakers
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In this episode, I deconstruct my process step by step of building a sci-fi scene. I use the channel's upcoming sci-fi series "Wakener" as an example. This is an overview covering - writing, zoom reading, rehearsal, shooting, and finishing editing to name a few. All previous create sci-fi filmmaking Hot Two episodes are available here: 🤍 ⏩⏩⏩ T-SHIRTS & HATS: createscifimerch.creator-spring.com ⏩⏩⏩ Be sure to Subscribe!: 🤍 CREATE SCI-FI ► WEBSITE: 🤍 ► FACEBOOK: 🤍 ► INSTAGRAM: 🤍 ► YOUTUBE:🤍 Please like and subscribe for more videos!
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IN OUR NEWEST FILMMAKING 101 SEGMENT, WE SHOW YOU GUYS HOW TO MAKE DIY MOVIE PROPS, WHICH FEATURES: HOW TO MAKE A BREAKAWAY WALL! We hope you guys enjoy this Behind the Scenes footage of our upcoming film, "John Dick"! These past few weeks have been a grind, filming fairly large projects back-to-back weeks, and making as much time as possible to edit, is pushing us harder than ever. But we love it. If any of you are wondering where Pathogen Episode 3 is at, don't worry, we 100% intend on starting production for Episode 3 in a couple of weeks. So, be sure to stay tuned!! We have 2 amazing films on deck, and, not to mention, many more videos like this one coming very soon! A big thanks to all of you who continue to support us, we don't plan on stopping any time soon. SUBSCRIBE for weekly/bi-weekly uploads: 🤍 -BE SURE TO CHECK OUT OUR OTHER VIDEOS: -THE LATEST INSTALLMENT OF OUR ZOMBIE WEB SERIES - PATHOGEN: 🤍 Our previous FIlmmaking 101 video: 🤍 Filmmaking 101: Finding Ideas/ Scripting: 🤍 Filmmaking 101: Realistic Gun Props - 🤍 Filmmaking 101: Our Indie Film Gear- 🤍 Filmmaking 101: Lighting Tutorial- 🤍 Filmmaking 101: How to Make a fight scene- 🤍 ADVANCED MUZZLE FLASH TUTORIAL: 🤍 CHECK US OUT ON SOCIAL MEDIA!!: OUR FACEBOOK -🤍 OUR INSTAGRAM -🤍wartorn_productions OUR TWITTER -🤍 Stay Awesome, and have a blessed week guys! Music from Epidemic Sound (🤍)
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Thomas Percy Kim is an up-and-coming Korean-American filmmaker who's won film awards even before he was out of high school. Thomas shot his recent short film, "Buson, 1999" on location in Korea and he isn't even out of film school, yet! Now Thomas is taking his awarding withing short film, "Si" and making it into a feature titled "Isle Child" about the Korean-American experience. Piotr and Ricky talk with him about the challenges of editing your own films, relationships over networking and how WeFunder is helping him realize his feature film aspirations. Also, Thomas gives us some actionable tips for aspiring filmmakers. Learn more about Thomas Percy Kim here: 🤍 and about his WeFunder for "Isle Child" here: 🤍 We'd love to hear from you! Perhaps you have questions or comments on how to improve the podcast or episode ideas: Shoot us a message at podcast🤍cuttothepoint.com Or you can send us a voice message here: 🤍 Also, we're sponsored by Soundly, our preferred library for sound effects. Check them out here: 🤍 Sponsored by the Editing Chef program: 🤍 Cut To Reveal Instagram: 🤍 Cut To Reveal website: 🤍 Cut to the Point YT channel: 🤍