UPDATE: The DSLR Cinema Guide is now complete and available as a digital download! Click here to learn more.
I have written loads of articles on this site about capturing a cinematic image when shooting with a DSLR, and many of you have written to me asking to learn more and more about this topic. I get e-mails almost every day from readers that want to see a more in depth analysis of exactly what it takes to achieve a cinematic image when shooting digitally, so I’ve decided to go ahead and produce a very in depth tutorial video on the topic which will be launched in three weeks.
This video will be the first in a series that I plan on continuing throughout the year, but I really wanted to kick things off with this topic as it is such a great starting point. Here’s a brief video explaining what I’m doing with this project:
As I mentioned in the video, the tutorial will be sold for $65 once it is officially launched, and the first 50 orders (starting today) will go for $45.
UPDATE: The first 50 copies have now been sold! Thank you all for supporting this effort to share my knowledge with the filmmaking community. Copies are now selling at the regular price of $65, and will be sent off within a week.
This guide truly will cover just about everything that you need to know from A to Z over the course of about 90 minutes, as I am cramming in every last bit of technical and creative insight that I feel is critical in achieving this filmic look.
If you want to pre-order your copy today, be sure to use the link below and you will be notified as soon as the video is released later in the month.
I am having 5D Mark II, Can I utilize your tutorial in my equipment?
Absolutely! It can be used with any camera – it’s all about the fundamentals.
PEDRO AUGUSTO BENEVIDES MACHADOat
I am Brazilian, professional photographer for over 20 years and now with the D810 my project’s production of commercial film products. Your pdf allows you to copy material for translation into Portuguese?
Hi Pedro! The guide is actually not a PDF, it is a video guide which is in english. I will certainly let you know if I release a written guide at some point soon.
is this video tutorial or Ebook.
It’s a video tutorial – just under an hour and a half.
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Thanks for the deal on the preorder Noam, you’ve already proven you know what your talking about when it comes to using camera gear. As a frequent follower of your site I can easily pay for what I already know will be great lessons to learn, can’t wait for the release!
Once again thank you for following along from the beginning and I’m thrilled to have you on board! Looking forward to sharing this with you soon.
Hey Noam Thank you for putting this together. I’ve been trying to get my 60D footage to have that filmic edge to it and it’s been tough to say the least. Hoping this guide will get me closer.
No problem Jake – I’m sure you will not be let down!
just pre-ordered. hope you’ll be covering exposure in natural light situations.
Absolutely. Much of my shooting is done with natural light and I’ve made it a point to cover it in this video. It’s a really important facet to understand, especially when shooting on a DSLR and with a limited budget.
Thank you for doing this Noam! Exactly what I’ve been waiting for…
Thanks Marcus! I’m sure you will enjoy it!
Will the videos address the higher end DSLRs or is it applicable to entry level cameras too?
It will be fully applicable to entry level DSLRs as well as higher end DSLRs as all of the principles will remain the same!
I have followed you for sometime and I just ordered the guide. I am the kind of student that has to over and over the content before it sinks in, so I hope I can view the guide frequently.
The content looks great and I look forward to learning from you.
Thanks very much! I am really working hard to fill this guide with a tremendous amount of information, so I am sure that it will have lots of replay value for you! Will keep you posted as soon as it is released.