Wednesday, December 27, 2017

One Great Deal: Humble Bundle Offers Vegas Pro 14 Edit for Only $20

Humble Bundle currently offers a great software bundle for filmmakers – now you can get Magix's video editor Vegas Pro 14 Edit for only $20 coupled with other great bonuses. I was about to upgrade my Vegas Movie Studio license but decided to get this instead. I had never heard about this website before until today so this deal came as a big surprise.

Here is a product comparison for Vegas Pro 15, but that can give you a pretty good understanding of how much value you're about to receive from this great deal. And here you can download a trial version of the program to try out before you buy.

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Filmora Video Editor 8.5 Now Includes PIP Blending Modes

A new update of the video editor Filmora has just been released. Filmora version 8.5 now includes PIP blending modes, which gives you the option to change the effect and opacity of a video layer, along with several requested features.

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

A Filmmaking Course with Director Martin Scorsese

Masterclass is offering a class in filmmaking with director Martin Scorsese that will be available in the beginning of 2018. The masterclass will include more than 20 video lessons and cost $90 for a lifetime access.

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

'The Impossible Project': Watch the Trailer for an Upcoming Documentary About Polaroid

I enjoyed the Polaroid documentary "Time Zero: The Last Year of Polaroid Film" (2012) and now there's another one in the making, this time from the team behind The Impossible Project, who took over the production and machinery for Polaroid film when the original Polaroid factory closed . The documentary is called "The Impossible Project" and was shot on 35mm film, and below is an extended trailer.

Find out more about this documentary by visiting the project's Kickstarter page.

Via PetaPixel.

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Logo Design with Designer Aaron Draplin

If you're interested in logo design, take a few minutes to watch and enjoy designer Aaron Draplin when he creates a timeless logo.

Monday, September 25, 2017

Watch One of the Best Made Documentaries About Donald Trump

One of the best made documentaries about Donald Trump can once again be seen online for free – the documentary "Trump: What's the Deal?" (1991). I wrote a post about this documentary last summer in which I wrote the following:

Elements of extortion, poor working conditions, exaggerations and dissatisfied and overcharged tenants – it's all here in the resurfaced documentary "Trump: What's the Deal?" that Donald Trump successfully managed to prevent from airing 25 years ago until now.

Head over to The Internet Archive to watch the documentary for free.

Thursday, September 7, 2017

New and Free Psychedelic Color Grading LUTs by IWLTBAP

Inspired by infrared photography, IWLTBAP has released a set of 55 unique psychedelic color grading presets. Five of these LUTs can be downloaded for free here, a pack that also includes bonus LUTs.

The image below taken by me during a trip to Falkenberg, Sweden, earlier this summer is graded with the LUT Choweed. Looks like a Polaroid, don't you think?!

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

'Chillout Mix 12': Great Ambient and Upbeat Mix by Café del Mar:

I've been enjoying Café del Mar's "Chillout Mix 12" (2017) during this week. It has a nice balance between being ambient and upbeat at the same time. Hope you'll enjoy it as well!

It's on YouTube here.

Monday, June 12, 2017

The Documentary 'Roadliners': A Day in the Life of a Glasgow Street Typographer

The short documentary "Roadliners" is a documentary about the occupational group that is responsible for roadmarkings. Watch a day in the life of Glasgow roadliner Thomas 'Tam' Lilley as he creates some nice street typography.

Via Notcot.

Saturday, June 10, 2017

The List of the 100 Best Typefaces of All Time

Font retailer FontShop's website The 100 Best Typefaces of All Time lists like the site name says, 100 high-quality licensable typefaces that have been selected by a jury of international experts.

FontShop's selection differs from other typeface charts because it is both subjective and as objective as possible. By incorporating its own sales figures and various bestseller lists from the past ten years (see "Scoring Criteria" below), FontShop ensured that the users of the nominated typefaces also had input into the selection. The subjective element was provided by an independent jury of international experts. On the basis of the "commercial" pre-selection they were able to eliminate fonts, nominate others, reorder, veto and up- or downgrade. After several rounds of this, everyone had agreed on a list of the top 100 typefaces.

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