TO UPDATE: The DSLR Cinema Guide is now complete and available as a digital download! Click here to find out more.
I have written numerous articles on this website about taking a film picture when shooting with a DSLR, and many of you have written to me and asked me to learn more and more about this topic. I get emails from readers almost every day who need a more in-depth analysis of what is required to get a film image on digital footage. So I decided to create a very detailed tutorial video on the topic that will be released in three weeks.
This video will be the first in a row that I want to continue throughout the year, but I really wanted to start with this topic as it is a great place to start. Here's a short video explaining what I'm doing with this project:
As I mentioned in the video, the tutorial will be sold for $ 65 after the official launch, and the first 50 orders (starting today) will cost $ 45.
UPDATE: The first 50 copies have now been sold! Thank you to everyone who supported this effort to share my knowledge with the filmmaking community. Copies are now sold at the regular price of $ 65 and shipped within a week.
This guide really covers almost everything you need to know from A to Z over a period of about 90 minutes, as I bring in a lot of technical and creative knowledge that I think is crucial to achieving this cinematic look.
If you would like to pre-order your copy today, be sure to use the following link. You will be notified when the video is released later in the month.
Noam Kroll is an award-winning filmmaker from Los Angeles and founder of the boutique production house Creative Rebellion. His work can be seen at international film festivals, on network television and in various publications around the world. Follow Noam on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook for more content like this!