Posts Tagged ‘cinematography’
Outdoing their previous a6300 installment, Sony’s new a6500 boasts an even faster camera with 5-axis stabilization, touchscreen, and faster processing.
If you produce, shoot, and edit your own projects, you may find yourself identifying with a new hybrid term: Shreditor.
Play with your audience’s perceptions by creatively flattening cinematic images in your next video production. Here’s what you need to know about profile framing.
When shooting professional interviews, a one or two camera setup is usually the norm. However, if you have the resources, a third camera can bring an extra dynamic to your productions. Here’s how.
We got our hands on a Blackmagic URSA Mini 4.6K with the latest firmware. It’s an impressive overhaul, practically making it a whole new camera.
We talk timelapse camera gear and more with 16-year-old Yuri Palma, an exceptionally talented photographer and videographer.
A deceptively simple technique that mixes practical lighting with VFX is proving to be one of the most visually impressive methods of creating atmosphere in recent memory.
Hot on the heels of the recently released X-T2, Fujifilm is back at it again with the massive new GFX 50S mirrorless camera.
Panasonic officially announces the GH5, the successor to the much loved GH4. Here’s everything we know.
The leading headlines from last month. Camera news, upcoming gear, the latest rumors, and the commercialization of drones.
These color charts break down popular movie scenes and a film’s overall color composition. Find inspiration for you color grading projects.
The new Canon Cinema EOS C700 was built for every type of video production, but you’ll need quite the production budget to get your hands on one.