Your Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera will soon be able to take Canon EF lenses at a reduced focal length, but convenience comes at a cost…$649 to be exact.
After being unveiled at NAB 2014, the public beta for DaVinci Resolve is available for download today.
A few lucky filmmakers got to download a Blackmagic firmware update today that was accidentally posted on Blackmagic’s website. The update features 4K RAW support and a new interface.
Ever missed a #PostChat Twitter conversation and wished you could go back and read it in full? Check out this #PostChat archive.
Perhaps one of the most terrifyingly awesome inventions for filmmaking. A new device from Studio XO allows filmmakers to track their audiences feelings.
Are your videos getting flagged on YouTube or Vimeo? In this post we shed light on the ContentID system and how you can use quality music in your videos without any flagging issues!
Don’t pay for muzzle flash effects! Learn how to create realistic muzzle flashes in this FCPX video series.
In the following article we take a look at what to do if your camera decides to take a swim. Follow these steps for the best chance of getting your camera nursed back to health.
Most DSLR shooters are accustomed to working with electronic lenses, but there are a handful of great manual lenses out there (old and new) that can provide even better results with many added benefits.
Histograms can quickly tell you if your image is underexposed or overexposed. The following article will give you a quick crash course in how to use them.
Lens apertures may seem confusing but with a little practice you’ll be an f-stop master.
Panasonic just announced their latest camera. With 4K video and a sub-$1000 price tag the FZ1000 might be a great entry level camera.