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Full Frame!

Posted by yutthoarts on March 31, 2013 at 11:50 PM Comments comments (0)

For the longest time I've been using an entry level camera for video and photos but I finally upgraded to full frame. The T2I has done me some good work but its time has come. After a great amount of research, I decided to go with the new canon 6D as it will assist me with my videography and photography. I've only done a few test shots and I'm already impressed with the results. The level of detail I'm able to achieve with this camera is outstanding. Can't wait to show my full potential now ;]

Star trails!

Posted by yutthoarts on November 9, 2012 at 6:10 PM Comments comments (0)

Here in Yuttho Arts, we love to try new things and do experimentals. One of the subjects we've enjoyed the past couple months is Star Trails. Star trails is exactly what it means, the trails of the stars. We all know stars move, but we can never see them moving due to how far away they are. But with astrophotography, we're able to capture their trails throughout a timelapse. Here's a duration of 3.5 hours I captured not too long ago. Try to guess what that small little dot in the center is! -Wu


Videographers vs Cinematographers

Posted by yutthoarts on October 18, 2012 at 6:05 PM Comments comments (0)

I just wanted to clear some details up. Although it's listed in the contract when clients ask for one, I still feel there's always a misunderstanding between the difference of videography and cinematography. Yes, we can be videographers but that is not what we are truly here for. We're truly cinematographers. Videographer's main specialty is to strictly film the entire events as it is on a tripod or handheld. There are no smooth transitions or abstract angles as seen in our films. Instead, that is what us cinematographers do. Cinematographers are not made to record the entire event and every single second of it, that's for videographers. Instead we film the most essential parts with our "fancy" film techniques. To explain all this better we've put together a short film for a better and clearer understanding. -Wu

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Yuttho Arts goes live! On the web!

Posted by yutthoarts on October 15, 2012 at 4:45 AM Comments comments (1)

We are finally able to reactivate our website from a year of inactivity that forced us to shut down our original website but that's ok. This website is far more better.

We hope you like it as much as we do! It's a good start and this website will continue to be a work in progress for the better.

But don't forget to stay connected to our other social media networks such as YouTube, Facebook, and Vimeo! 

We'll be back with more content and stories to share.

--Kyle


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