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The newest cameras heading to shelves, Zeiss lenses for your phone, and the ins and outs of how video gear was stolen last year. Here are the biggest headlines of the new year.
Learn how this incredibly smooth aerial drone footage was captured with a micro drone and then stabilized with ReelSteady in After Effects.
Brain Farm Digital Cinema is a production company known for its work in advertisement, television, and most of all, action sports documentaries. Let’s take a look at some of the revolutionary technology they have worked with over the years.
Color correction can be a very frustrating process for those without much post-production experience, but using a color chart on set can make things much easier in DaVinci Resolve.
Let’s take a look at some of the most expensive pieces of camera gear in the world and find out if they’re worth their exorbitant price tags.
What new photo equipment can we expect to see in the months ahead? Whet your appetite with this roundup of the juiciest camera rumors of 2016.
Field recorders are an absolute must when going into any production. Let’s take a look at some of the best and most affordable options for videographers and filmmakers.
Real estate videos are highly specific projects that can have a huge impact on the targeted audience. Here are the must-take steps to creating cinematic real estate videos that actually sell property.
Don’t pick the wrong mic! Find out when to use certain microphones by learning these six essential microphone pickup patterns.
As a cinematographer, the lens choices you make are incredibly important. Let’s take a look at some lenses every cinematographer should own.
Add subtle animation and bring your designs to life with the Puppet tool in After Effects. Here’s everything you need to know.
When attempting to warm up footage in post, many inexperienced colorists will take a wrong turn and wind up giving their footage a sepia look. Here’s how to avoid that issue entirely.