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    Envoyée le mercredi 15 février 2017 13:08:41
    par Griffin Hammond
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    Happy Valentine’s Day! Nick and Griffin share their wedding film production techniques—from dealing with low light in dark receptions to copyrighted music. Plus your questions about DSLR recording limits, asking good interview questions, and what format to shoot commercials in.

    Watch Griffin & Amy’s 5-minute wedding video, edited from only one good camera angle after Griffin screwed up Nick’s great close-up angle:

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    A sampling of wedding films produced by Griffin Hammond

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  • Isaac Hatch

    another great podcast
    jeudi 08 juin 2017 13:58:02
  • MHKImages

    About recording time. That's true, in France (and Europe too I guess)if your camera can record over 30mins they considerate it as a professional camera so the camera making company have to pay 10 or 15% taxes.
    mercredi 19 avril 2017 10:18:22
  • Daniel Edits

    Ah Neuqua Valley High School, home of the MMEA (or CTEC if you prefer) competition :)
    mardi 04 avril 2017 10:39:29
  • Josh Hale

    I've been shooting weddings for over a decade. I can relate to everything you guys are saying. Thanks for the insight. Keep up the good work.
    vendredi 24 février 2017 23:18:47
  • Soupertrooper

    For those wondering, there's a firmware for Canon cameras called magic lantern that I believe has a feature where you can record continuously, but it chops up the files based on the limit.
    samedi 18 février 2017 02:55:12
  • Matthew Craggs

    Griffin, I've been a fan of yours for a long time and appreciate what you do, but it's so disappointing to hear you suggest using unlicensed music. Using someone else's intellectual property to make money without their permission is wrong no matter how often some of us try to justify it.
    vendredi 17 février 2017 14:27:23
  • Charlie Cooper

    When you guys say you shoot a lot of it at 60 FPS, is this variable framerate 60 FPS or just regular 60 FPS with 125 shutter speed because you want to capture the sound as well?
    vendredi 17 février 2017 08:29:50
  • Academik HD

    Love you the podcast and watch every week. I especially like how you used audio in this guys are always innovating...this video WITH audio thing may become a trend :-) lol
    vendredi 17 février 2017 08:08:39
  • Holliday music

    Great hearing what it was like starting out in weddings, I learnt a lot. I've not done a bunch but started in music videos. Have either of you worked much in music videos you would share?
    vendredi 17 février 2017 00:38:42
  • ShiniDaniTV

    Interesting video :) Can you explain more on how to stand where during the ceremony? Thank you :)
    jeudi 16 février 2017 12:48:52
  • PeglegMedia

    haha i remember the naperville witch video!
    jeudi 16 février 2017 10:31:54
  • Alexander Kooistra

    Always surprising to hear people working in the creative industry themselves and just "using" commercial music without paying for it. Facebook, youtube etc are commercial and promotional uses of your clips! Or do you tell clients they can show it at home but aren't allowed to put it online with those songs? Just really curious about the way you handle it. Just going the easy route with: "ow the clients wants that Taylor Swift song, so I'll use that song" really doesn't make it less illegal. Pay for the material and tools you use is a healthy way to work and educate others working in this field. Whats also troubling me is that almost non of your followers (I guess a fair amount starting out in this field) comments on the way you use music for wedding videos like this.
    jeudi 16 février 2017 10:10:22
  • Aaron Media Production

    diferent mic? , what's this one?
    jeudi 16 février 2017 09:18:03
  • Lane Carter

    This is becoming one of my favorite podcasts.
    jeudi 16 février 2017 01:15:11
  • Josh Bledsoe

    I'm the Josh that asked about shooting a commercial! Thanks so much for answering guys!
    jeudi 16 février 2017 00:52:56
  • Robert Shaver

    Great podcast. From what you said about music copyright, where did you post the non-DVD wedding videos?
    jeudi 16 février 2017 00:21:41
  • Shaka

    Your personalities and voices complement each other well. Keep up the great work!
    mercredi 15 février 2017 23:49:14
  • Ranger 7 Studios

    So is that $200 an hour, does that include editing, sound, color, etc. or is that just to shoot. Just wondering.
    mercredi 15 février 2017 23:42:28
  • Strangelovefilms

    From México!
    mercredi 15 février 2017 20:26:55
  • Strangelovefilms

    Hey Griffin ,Just wanted to share a wedding video...
    mercredi 15 février 2017 20:26:35
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