In this video I purposely filmed Hong Kong when it is raining with my Sony A7rii with an affordable Yongnuo 100mm f2 lens with a dummy adapter. Am honestly loving the looks and beautiful shots this combination can make. This video is filmed fully handheld with manual focus and inside the stabiliser setting set to […]

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The TLDR of it all is that they are identical to many Travel / Tourism Board Promo or Commercials, much more so than any Cinematic Movie. They have the same look, same shots from B-Rolls, Drone shot, Timelapse, slomo and much more. I dunno why people have suddenly forgotten about these typical videos, but they […]

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In this video we are going to discuss the correct use of the word Cinematic as on a professional film set you can’t use it in a certain way, that it’s now often used on Youtube. So as a Director you can’t say: I want the next shot of this movie to be more cinematic. […]

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This video I am filming my journey to the Netherlands with my Samsung Galaxy S9+ and trying to make it as cinematic as possible filming mostly handheld or selfie stick, without any gimbals involved. Also trying out all kinds of cinematic shots including a Spike Lee Dolly Shot, just because it was possible to do […]

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In this video tutorial I am showing you how to use my Cinematic Slow Zoom Preset, which add a slow zoom in or out effect like a Ken Burn effect, even though its easy to manually keyframe such an effect. I have made a large preset list so it’s faster to work with and quick […]

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 In this Adobe Premiere Pro video editing tutorial I am teaching you how to do a lens flare text intro / reveal and also one with using my Anamorphic Lens Flare preset. This effect is great for introducing the title of the video or even use it to reveal lower third text in your […]

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 This is a test video with plenty of sample filming with Yongnuo 100mm f2 on a Sony A7rii via a Sigma MC11 adapter. Just filming around Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong trying out filming plenty of variations of shots and B-Rolls, capturing neons and reflections through puddles of water. Have to say am quite impressed […]

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In this video I am showing you how to use the Letterboxing Preset for Adobe Premiere Pro, which can be used on any 16:9 video resolutions from 720, 1080 to 4k. As Premiere Pro CC2017 have removed the Title Template screen to load templates, saving these presets will make it easier to keep the letterboxing […]

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