David Besnette I put together this video tutorial to show how I color grade my BRAW footage. I quickly learned when I first purchased my BMPCC6K that color correction and color grading in BRAW (Blackmagic RAW) is not easy. I go over the 5 steps that I have learned, and use to Color Correct, and Grade Raw Footage from my Blackmagic Pocket Cinema 6K. The backstory on why I got it is really through necessity. I had been using my Canon 1dx Mark ii for my Real Estate Videos and Video Tours. I think it’s for the most part…
My Equipment for Real Estate Photography
I have been fortunate to amass some of the greatest ‘toys’ out there for my real estate photography ‘career.’ I say that in quotes as I find it hard to think of it as work, since I enjoy it so much! I truly have some of the finest gear available for the job. Here are some of the items I use: Canon 5DS-R This is almost a medium-format camera, and at this time is the highest megapixel DSLR you can buy. The resolution is insane. When I deliver a photo to you using this camera, I encourage you to…
My Perseid Time-Lapse 2012
Here is the time-lapse out of my camera – August 11, 2012 from Rocky Mountain National Park. I love the shooting star about 1/2 way through, and then a flash of headlights makes it look like it landed and exploded!
San Clemente Pier HD Montage
We just got back from a wonderful vacation to San Clemente California – a place I’ve been going for 41 years…wow. My wonderful folks met us there and we had such a nice time. Not much has changed there, and that’s good! This is a little montage from footage I took on our trip of the Pier area. I have included a time-lapse sunset at the end. Great place to practice my video skillz…
Mt. Shavano, Colorado – Video Montage
Video clips and still photos from our hike on Mt. Shavano, Colorado (a fourteener) in July 2011 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6SCHglNUmMI http://youtu.be/6SCHglNUmMI
NCAR Video with Slider Effect – Mar/April 2011
A video my friend Dave did, and I helped out with some of the behind the scenes footage – turned out pretty cool, I think!