We live in a world where 3D is taking over. Scandinava created something amazing without using any CGI:Continue Reading
Nimslo is basically a better version of Nishika N8000 – it does the same thing but is of much better built quality and much more compact so you can take it with you on the go without wasting valuable space in your bag. It was also made mainly in Japan and UK unlike Nishika which was made in Hong Kong.
Even though you can get them for free, you can also name your own price and buy the creator a coffee!Continue Reading
2 great videos from Adobe Creative Cloud, both feature video editor Vinnie HobbsContinue Reading
If you have Premiere Pro or After Effects, you can use an effect called Optical Flow to make your frames blend and make the footage look like slow motion. It’s not perfect, but hey, it’s free and looks alright for a naked eyeContinue Reading
Want to start making the animation/edit but don’t have the voice over yet? Use a text to speech website to generate an automated VO and use it as a placeholder for your project
The best website to use for this is http://www.fromtexttospeech.com/
Nishika N8000 was a film camera made for lenticular prints back in late 80’s. The cameras were made in Hong Kong, and even though they are plastic they are decently built. They might weigh a lot, but that is mainly because here’s a huge metal bar attached to it that doesn’t do anything apart from make it weigh a lot more than it should.