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How to Make the GH4 Look Like the RED Epic

Having both the mighty Red Epic cinema camera and the Panasonic GH4 side-by-side for a project might be a dream come true for many independent filmmakers working on a shoestring budget, however intercutting footage from these cameras is a whole different story. While there are a lot

Integrating GoPro Shots with Your Main Camera Footage

There are many good reasons why GoPro is one of the most popular cameras in the world today, not only for the majority of extreme sports enthusiasts but also for many professional cinematographers and filmmakers as well. Throughout recent years, the nifty camera was used in many big

Red Raw Workflow Inside FCP-X

Working with Raw inside the different NLEs requires a certain approach that varies from application to application. For instance, in Premiere Pro, you can work directly with Raw files by taking advantage of the GPU-based debayering and CUDA cores acceleration while editing the native files in real-time. However,

How does the BMCC Work as a B-Cam to the RED Epic?

Director/cinematographer Matthew Rosen has completed projects for many high-end commercial clients over the years, and recently completed some camera tests involving two well-respected digital cinema cameras on the market today, the Blackmagic Cinema Camera and the RED EPIC. He attached a PL lens mount to the BMCC

gStabi H14 Gimbal for Sony FS700, F5/F55, Canon C300, Red Epic and More

The 3-axis handheld gimbal stabilizers inevitably changed the way we shoot video. They gave us more creative freedom to make more innovative decisions on set, to plan even more complex camera movements, thus achieving better results and increasing the production value of our work. Many of the most popular gimbals continue to