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From Start to Finish – Peter McKinnon’s Video Production Workflow
Peter McKinnon has arguably one of the hottest photo / video related YouTube channels running right now, offering a ton great of tutorials, equipment reviews and tips and tricks videos.
In fact, Peter’s YouTube channel audience has rocketed to over a million people in less than 9 months due in-part to his unique style and delivery when it comes to providing his incredibly engaging content within the photo / video world.If you attended ProFusion Expo in Toronto this past November, you probably caught one of Peter’s extremely popular main stage presentations and already know how engaging he can be.
In this particular video, Peter walks us step-by-step through his video production workflow, including the equipment he uses, how he lights his studio and post production including his choice of colour-grading software.
So sit back, and watch as Peter guides you through his video production process from start to finish.
Peter McKinnon – How I Make A Video – Start to Finish
Want to learn more about or purchase some of the equipment that Peter mentions in his video? Check out the following links:
- Canon EOS-1DX Mark II
- Canon EOS 5D Mark IV
- Canon EOS C200 EF Cinema Camera
- Canon EF 24mm f/1.4L II USM Wide Angle Lens
- Canon EF 16–35mm f/2.8L III USM Lens
- Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM Telephoto Zoom Lens
- Rode VMPR VideoMic Pro R with Rycote Lyre Shockmount
- Rode NTG4 PLUS Shotgun Microphone
- DJI Phone Camera Gimbal OSMO MOBILE
- Freefly MoVI Pro Handheld Bundle
If you want to follow Peter online, you can find him on the following social sites:
And finally, special thanks to www.iso1200.com for originally bringing this video and many other great learning videos to our attention.
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