Giants, once a tall tale from the stupid people of ancient history, will soon run rampant on the pages of YouTube!!! All you need is a camera and you can make some sweet looking giants. Just watch where you step!
Today’s episode of Q & Erik is jam-packed with information about camera lenses, lighting tips, instructions on how to shoot a car scene and how to buy corn syrup in England! We also have a short film by Justin on why Erik needs to wear glasses and Steve hosts his first episode of English-To-English. Oh, and Erik kills a cat… Intrigued? Then click play my friends!
I first noticed I couldn’t hear anything when I tried to order a post thanksgiving day pizza. Then videos wouldn’t play with audio. So I tried to reset it. Nothing, so I tried to update the software and now it doesn’t even turn on. So until I make it to the Apple Store I’m off the grid.
The only way to contact me until then is via email. Please use firstname.lastname@example.org as I don’t currently have my work laptop.
Did you just buy a $1,000 camera, upload your first video to YouTube, and find it looking like you used your cell phone to shoot the movie? Well, worry no more…this episode of Weekend Extra will help you get the best quality for your video before uploading it to YouTube.
Today on Q & Erik we answer your questions about smooth slow-mo shots and improving the quality of your green screen footage. Steve’s inner artist comes out, a rogue dodgeball terrorizes the set and we learn some troubling information about Gary…. creepy.
Global Warming gotcha down? Worry no more! This week’s episode of BFX is the SNOW MACHINE!!!! Woohoo. AND most of the ingredients are junk you can find around the house, so, you’ll be on Santa’s good list this year…and by Santa, I mean Al Gore.
The Camera Crane that ANYONE can afford! Attach it to your tripod and that good looking girl in your English class might mistake you for George Lucas…I’m not sure if that’ll help your chances with her, though.
If you could ask a ninja one thing, what would it be? Well, if you asked about swords and ninja stars, then Ninja Erik Beck has your answers. If you asked about the thousands of years of dynamic history within the ninja legend, then go read a book you nerd!!!!
Kyle Fasanella, steadicam operator, and curator of the famous VileKyle.com gives us a rare glimpse at how a steadicam works. Now we know $8, 000 is a lot of money (more than we’ve ever seen at once), but we think you’ll really enjoy watching this…and who knows, maybe you’ll break the piggy bank for one of these babies.
Are you tired of being picked on by the neighborhood samurai? Do you feel the urge to throw a smoke bomb and run away from awkward social situations? Then you need to watch part one of Indy Mogul’s two part Ninja extravaganza! Erik will show you how to dress like a Ninja, (safely) snap necks like a Ninja and run on walls. All for under $35 dollars. We are also announcing the winner of our Pumpkin Carving Contest!
Are you tired of being picked on by the neighborhood samurai? Do you feel the urge to throw a smoke bomb and run away from awkward social situations? Then you need to watch part one of Indy Mogul’s two part Ninja extravaganza! Erik will show you how to dress like a Ninja, (safely) snap necks like a Ninja and run on walls. All for under $30 dollars. We are also announcing the winner of our Pumpkin Carving Contest!
For $80 and one stop to the hardware store, you can build your very own DIY Jib Arm (Camera Crane). And after a few hours of building you’ll be getting AWESOME new shots that’ll make your veiwer feel like they’re soaring through the air, along with your Box Office Sales…cause you’ll be the next Martin Scorsese. And stay tuned for modifications and instructions on how to use it.