If you could buy only 3 lenses for your Canon 5D, 7D or 1D which lenses would they be? Filmmakers using new DSLR technology have been graced with the ability to use cameras that allow for interchangeable lenses without having to use Depth of Field
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Lights Film School Online recently had the opportunity to interview Olivier Boonjing and talk about his recent independent feature film entitled “Somewhere Between Here and Now”. Olivier has just been accepted
Camera lenses have a significant impact not only on the look of your film or video but also on the mood you’re trying to establish. If you choose to use your camera’s 1 default lens you’ll undoubtedly be forced to compromise your visual story. This is because lenses help establish depth, positioning and object priority [...]
Lights Film School recently acquired a Jag35pro 35mm depth of field adapter. We’ve been testing the lens adapter now for the last week and we thought we would post our review for our students and blog readers. The reason we think this review is important is because depth of field (DOF) adapters allows independent filmmakers [...]