Saturday, July 27, 2013

1 Clip is For You Cloud Users

Some of you may see this and think to yourself sarcastically "Oh Great, more clouds".  Let me tell you, you WILL have a use for this at some point in your career.  Besides showing the hands of a clock moving, clouds are a great way to illustrate the passing of time.

This clip is a product of me trying out a feature of the Sony FS700 that people may not first care for.  I shot this at 2 fps, which is a little strange since most people will jump to using the slow motion capabilities of the camera.  What is nice vs. my DSLR is I can get an even exposure without shutter variation and the footage is compiled directly in the camera.  I also can shoot FASTER than 1fps which is helpful when I want clouds that are not moving TOO fast.

You can preview and download the clip by clicking "read more" below.  Happy Downloading!

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This video was shot using a Sony NEX-FS700


  1. i think the archive link doesnt work... :(

  2. Oz,

    I've just verified the links. Please feel free to try again. Remember that the files need to be downloaded by "right clicking" on them to bring up a small menu in your browser that should give you an option to "save file as" or "save target as". If you click on the link like you would if you were trying to follow a web address, the video will try to load directly in your browser window. (which may take a while...)

    Best of luck!

    If you are still having issues, please shoot me a e-mail (

  3. i love clouds, thanks for the clip! :-)

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  5. Great clips! Keep 'em coming! =)

  6. i used these cloud in an australian movie, very helpful

  7. Exactly what I was looking for! Thank you so much.

  8. Great, as usual. The end credits of my different works always include now a thanks to BeachFront B Roll.