Kagemusha is one of the greatest movies ever made, and only one of the tens of great movies Kurosawa made in his illustrious career. In this video I go through the filmmaking and cinematography techniques Akira Kurosawa used to realize his grand vision. Further viewing: Focal lengths used by Akira Kurosawa Analysis of Rashomon
How much does it cost to put together a filmmaking kit with the Nikon Z6? Here’s the answer.
A comprehensive analysis of the tavern scene in Sergio Leone’s Once Upon a Time in the West.
Did he really use telephoto lenses? A Study of the Focal Lengths Used by Akira Kurosawa
Here are five creative camera techniques you can use now for better videos.
This page contains all the updates, corrections, additions and changes to the guide from its inception. It’s sorted date-wise, with the latest on top. May 18th 2019 Nikon has released firmware update v2.0 for the Nikon Z6. Should you upgrade? I don’t think it’s worth it if you’re not depending on AF. Eye AF is […]
The simplest explanation of the differences and when you should use which.
Here are the best lenses for the Nikon Z6 for Video – for every budget.
How to shoot cinematic videos with the Nikon Z6. Use my favorite picture control!
Here’s the video: The two useful manual focus tools The two tools you can use to help you nail focus are: Focus peaking (Peaking highlights), and Magnification The latter is more accurate but at the maximum magnification the peaking doesn’t work so well. The best settings for peaking are: Peaking sensitivity: 3 (high sensitivity) Color: […]