The Dual ISO sensor is on the rise, and every major camera manufacturer has made one (or will very soon). What is it, though, and what does …
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DP Nate Miller used some choice road movie tricks with a close-knit team to let Ray Romano and Mark Duplass shine in Netflix’s latest dramedy.
A look at the cameras and gear used to capture all of the 2019 Academy Award nominees for Best Picture and Best Cinematography.
ShareGrid just released their end-of-year report detailing the most popular gear rentals of 2018. Let’s take a look at the most-used pieces of equipment.
Extra time is perhaps the hottest commodity on any film set. Here’s why you should always fight for the chance to pre-light your set.
Low-angle shots are a common cinematography technique, but are you really getting all you can out of these shots? Find out with these 4 examples.
Editor Eyal Dimant shares some insights based on his work editing with the Coen Brothers on “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs.”
Quantum image sensors are undergoing extensive development. So what does the technology mean for tomorrow’s videographers?
Motivated camera movement helps narrate your film visually. Here are a few examples you can put into action in your own work.
As filmmakers increasingly turn to quality over quantity of features, the Fuji X-T3 is starting to attract some attention.