Mark’s Experiment with Lens Whacking

In this training, I experimented of “Lens Whacking”, which involves filming a video while having the lens detached from the camera, but held in front of it by hand. it can create some focus shifting effects along with flare effects....
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Steve Lee 3 Light Cinematography Tutorial

  How to do 3 Light Cinematography.
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Winston Chan Mark Lau Swish Pan, The Making Of

Here is our training on how to do swish pans by moving the camera and using some editing techniques by Winston Chan and Mark Lau.    
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Film Lens Comparison

Henry, Jeremy, and Shawn. From a long time ago… Link to the Video: http://videonew.saschina.org/watch_video.php?v=5SS1R2SW9S5W
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Lens Whacking (Freelensing)

Lens whacking, or as photographers like to call it, free lensing, is when you disconnect your lens from your camera and shoot through it, manually focusing by moving the lens closer or further away from the camera. This technique creates light leaks and flares, as well as focus distortions. Lens whacking allows you get what a lot of hipster Instagrammers and indie filmmakers do in post-production—a really distinct, dreamy look. For the best effect, have your aperture opened to its widest and set your focus to infinity. Also, make sure not to do this anywhere with lots of dust or humidity because that can damage your camera. Helpful resources made by the pros: Film Riot tutorial Philip Bloom...
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Henry_Koo_3A_Lighting_Techniques_Tutorial

This is a video showing how I used Three Point Lighting and using a diffusion/ bounce, and how I would show it onto my future music video.   This is the link to my video: http://videonew.saschina.org/watch_video.php?v=MA9Y1H5YMO9D   Henry_Koo_3A_Music_Video_Lighting_Tutorial   <embed src=”http://videonew.saschina.org/player/pak_player/pakplayer.swf?config=http%3A%2F%2Fvideonew.saschina.org%2Fplayer%2Fpak_player%2Fembed_player.php%3Fvid%3D9615%26json%3Dtrue%26autoplay%3Dno” type=”application/x-shockwave-flash”allowscriptaccess=”always” allowfullscreen=”true”  width=”300″...
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