How To Get Cinematic Film Look on a DSLR [Top 10]

How To Get Cinematic Film Look on a DSLR [Top 10]

Everyone wants to know how to get the cinematic film look on a DSLR. It’s easy! I show you my top 10 resources for making your videos look professional and top notch quality.

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1 – DSLR Video Shooter (techniques and gear reviews, DIY)
2 – DSLRGuide (Great for beginners on a budget)
3 – Film Riot (VFX and Storytelling genius)
4- RocketJump Filmschool (Cinematic, VFX, Netflix Masters)
5 – Devingraham (Glidecam, GoPro, Action Sports Master)
6 – Who is Matt Johnson (specific to weddings and Sony a7s)
7 – Tom’s Tech Time (Specific to Drones, particularly DJI and aerial footage)
8 – Cinematography Database (breaks down hollywood film sets and lighting)
9 – KingTutsPro (easy to do FCPX tutorials for starting off)
10 – Think Media TV (great for getting started off on YouTube)

I’ve learned how to work with actors and actresses, light my scenes, use cameras and lenses, frame, shoot, edit in FCPX, use a Glidecam, make better wedding videos, do visual effects and tons of other things from these channels!

If you guys want to see more videos on how to get the film look and how to make your videos look cinematic, please leave a comment and I’ll make another video soon!

Gear I use for my videos:

Cameras:
Sony a7s
Sony a6500
DJI Phantom 3 Pro

Lenses:
Rokinon 14mm
Rokinon 50mm
Sony 35mm
Tamron 24-70
Tamron 70-200

Mics:
Rode Videomic Pro
Rodelink Wireless Lavs
Rode NT1A

Lights:
Neewer Portable LED
Neewer 660 LED Light Panels

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