Sharing a little bit about the last 5 years of my life. Something we used to say at newhope is that it's good to "give someone their roses while they're still alive". Which means it's good to take time to reflect, and honor the people around you before it's too late. So I wanted to make this to remember the great people and the time I had working for newhope Church. Thank you. And remember to like comment and subscribeeeeee
Sigma 18-35 and Pocket 6K Low Light Test | Christmas Lights | #vibes #shorts
Just picked up the holiest of lenses for the Pocket cameras, the Sigma 18-35. Decided to test it out in a low light scenario. The lights from the house did provide some nice soft light, but the shots still needed a bit of noise reduction. Happy with how those turned out. The shots lit only from the street lights looked gross, but surprisingly were still usable thanks to DR’s noise reduction.
FASTER Way to Mask in Adobe Premiere #shorts
Do you create masks in Premiere? Don't do that. That's all, see you in the next one! Wait, you're still gonna do it? Okay fine... IF you must, then this tip will really help you and allow you to steer clear of frustration. My first #short - I like the challenge of cutting it less than 0:60. Gonna try to do more #shorts so let me know what you think.
Pocket 6K + Diffusion Test Footage - Thanksgiving 2020
During Thanksgiving this year I filmed all of the food being prepped and cooked Decided to try a DIY idea for diffusion, and sprayed hairspray and an old UV filter that I don't need. It was pretty bloomy, but really like the softness. I call it a "creamy" look : ) Let me know what you think! Happy holidays ppl
Automatically Cut Edited Videos in Premiere! | Scene Edit Detection Tutorial
USE THIS LINK FOR 20% OFF LIFETIME MUSIC: https://audiio.com/pricing?oid=1&affid=23 OR THIS PROMO CODE AT AUDIIO.COM: CODY20 With Premiere’s new Scene Edit Detection, you can automatically find cuts within videos that have been edited. This is a bit of a follow up to a video I did about the same feature in Da Vinci, called scene cut detection. Premiere's works wayyyyy better so if you have Premiere definitely use theirs for detecting edits. Enjoy the vid!