Subtitles for editing foreign language interviews

Being my first feature project, there are a lot of things in Back to the source that I’m doing for the first time. But not knowing how to do something has rarely been an obstacle for me. Solving technical problems is something that I enjoy quite a bit, in fact. Case in point, foreign language interviews. In this post I will explain the method I use to prepare them for editing.

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Against the machine: on exposure compensation

A few months ago, if you had asked me “what is the point of exposure compensation?”, I would probably have replied “if you’re shooting in RAW, nothing”. And I would have been very wrong. I know I’ve been talking about the Fuji X-T1 a lot recently, but it did change the way I work in many ways. And one of them taught me to make sense of that fairly obscure thing that is exposure compensation. I mean, many cameras have a dedicated dial for it, must be important, right?

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