Optical Disc Data Recovery

Tips and tutorials on how to recover data from optical discs.

A Tutorial Using Isobuster to Recover Data from Optical Discs

A step by step tutorial using Isobuster to recover data from Blu-ray discs, DVDs, CDs and Game discs regardless of origin.

Death by 1000 Canon Fanboys and Philip Bloomers

Does David Lynch think a yappy assistant is trouble? Try getting clawed in the neck on both sides from Canon fanboys and Philip Bloom sheeples. Continue reading Death by 1000 Canon Fanboys and Phili

Aspect Ratio in Film From Past to Present

Aspect ratio has changed throughout the history of the film, at times due to technological advances, but at other times out of fashion. Today, you can choose different ratios that will give a certain

EOSHD on YouTube – Leica SL2 – a PR offensive but still no fix for video mode

A tale of broken promises and a resistance to fixing fundamental problems. Is this how PR works in the camera industry? Promise a factory visit (twice), hand out a free battery grip but whatever you

EOSHD on YouTube – a major Canon EOS R6 audio input problem

I recently found a disturbing issue with the EOS R6 when used with an external mic and an external USB C power supply connected to the camera. Check it out on my new YouTube channel and don’t forg

What comes closest to Hasselblad medium format look in video-land? EOSHD on YouTube

I take a look at what’s been going on in cameras this week, with some thoughts on the GFX 100, EOS R6, Panasonic S1H and other “goings-on”. Caution: some strong(ish) language. For more on my

When will Adobe fix Premiere? It kills Fuji footage and can’t edit Canon 10bit C-LOG!

Above: The new Fuji X-S10 and Canon EOS R6 10bit mirrorless cameras do not play well with Adobe Premiere Pro. Fuji users have probably – 90% of them – not been seeing the true capabilities of the

The Friday Roundup – Audio Quality and Home Lighting Hacks

How to Improve the Audio Quality of a Built-in Camera Microphone It is quite well known that the audio quality you are going to get from an inbuilt microphone on a camera or even a smart phone is goi

Fuji GF 32-64mm F4: Thoughts on a powerhouse of a lens

Here are some shots I recently took with my GFX 100 and 32-64mm F4. We’ll also compare it with the 50mm F3.5 pancake. It is sharper than a prime and has nicer bokeh than a prime. Zooms have come a

Canon EOS R3 sensor leaks – And it’s a Sony! (Rumor)

The EOS R3 is rumoured to feature the 30.38 megapixel sensor detailed here. That makes it the first Canon flagship EOS camera to use an off the shelf sensor from Sony. Canon has used Sony sensors in

I just don’t get it. Why did Canon remove EOS R features on the more expensive EOS R6?

Above: One of my stills shot on the EOS R6. Limited dynamic range, heavy rolling shutter, line skipping in 4K/60p and a crop of the edges of the sensor. The EOS R6 is a car crash of market segmentat

EOSHD Dynamic Range Enhancer for H.264 / H.265

Available now – just $19.99! Are you seeing the full dynamic range of your files? One of the most common video problems today is the destructive clipping of shadows and highlights in post. The cau

Canon EOS R6 – The campaign for Aperture Priority in video mode

Here we go again. In the words of Basil Fawlty – “IT’S ALWAYS SOMETHING ISN’T IT!” Today’s focus of fascination is the EOS R6. I had picked one up to update my EOSHD C-LOG profile and fi

Basic Tips for Editing Your Next Viral TikTok Video

One of the many ways you can create and distribute like many, many others is through TikTik. You can use TikTok to create bit sized videos chunks that promote your business or even build yourself as

The Friday Roundup – Green Screen, Pro Interview Setups and more!

The 3 Most Common Green Screen Questions Beginners Ask So the usual marketing guff about green screen is that because your video editing software is capable of carrying out the technical actions your

Beginner’s Guide to Motion Tracking

It’s 2021 and the acquisition of skills in the digital arena is a good and sound business road tack to adhere to. But its also tons of fun for personal reasons. Whether you want to make your missiv

The Friday Roundup – YouTube Branding, Motion Tracking and Tripods

How to Make a YouTube Intro Fast and Easy One important part of building a YouTube Channel or any social media presence for that matter is the concept of branding. A lot of people tend to kind of swi

The Friday Roundup – Summer Color Grades and Finding Inspiration

4 Color Grading Ideas For Summer Vibes This one is demonstrated in DaVinci Resolve and is a simple coverage of taking footage and getting it to look like summer or more like summer. The techniques ar

How to Create an Intro for YouTube: Best Tips and Ideas

An intro video is important for your Youtube channel because it lets people know what the theme of your channel is. The good news is there aren’t a lot of rules when it comes to making an intro as

The Friday Roundup – Story, Viral Videos and Color Grading

How To Vlog and Be a Better Storyteller The concept of videos having a story is often quite a difficult one to wrap your head around. I remember once a reader checked out my post on Finding the Story

5 Easy Ways to Keep Your Lenses from Fogging up

If you have worked with film, particularly if you are a photographer, then you probably know that your lenses fogging up can be quite bothersome. It can also be bothersome to have condensation restin

Hollywood Scores & Soundtracks: What Do They Sound Like? Do They Sound Like Things?? Let's Find Out!

This is a supplementary video for THE MARVEL SYMPHONIC UNIVERSE, which you can watch here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vfqkvwW2fsAnd here’s a new Twitter account we made about temp music: https

The Marvel Symphonic Universe

Here's a second, supplementary video we made: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IEfQ_9DIItIAnd a new Twitter account about temp music we made: https://twitter.com/SoundsLikeTempWatch Dan Golding's grea

Joel & Ethan Coen - Shot | Reverse Shot

How do you film a conversation? Most likely, you’re going to block the actors, set up the camera, and do shot/reverse shot. But where do you put the camera? What lens do you use? And how do you cut

Memories of Murder (2003) - Ensemble Staging

How do you emphasize to the audience that something is important? Well, you could always cut to a close-up, but how about something subtler? Today I consider ensemble staging — a style of filmmakin

Buster Keaton - The Art of the Gag

Before Edgar Wright and Wes Anderson, before Chuck Jones and Jackie Chan, there was Buster Keaton, one of the founding fathers of visual comedy. And nearly 100 years after he first appeared onscreen,

Vancouver Never Plays Itself

Perhaps no other city has been as thoroughly hidden from modern filmmaking as Vancouver, my hometown. Today, it’s the third biggest film production city in North America, behind Los Angeles and New

Chuck Jones - The Evolution of an Artist

If you grew up watching Looney Tunes, then you know Chuck Jones, one of all-time masters of visual comedy. Normally I would talk about his ingenious framing and timing, but not today. Instead, I’d

In Praise of Chairs

One of the great things about detailed production design is that it pays off in unexpected ways. So today I explore the weird possibilities of that most common of objects: the chair.For educational p

Lynne Ramsay - The Poetry of Details

What can one detail tell us about a scene? If you’re Lynne Ramsay: absolutely everything. Today I consider the poetic possibilities of cinema and one of our finest contemporary filmmakers.For educa


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