Posts Tagged ‘industry’
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.
The MIT artificial intelligence lab is about to change the way movies are made and viewed. Take a look at three revolutionary new programs that must be seen to be believed.
There’s something magical about seeing a digitally restored film as it was intended — on the big screen. It captures something that’s lost when you watch a torrent or a DVD on your laptop. But what is that something?
Network with creative professionals and learn something new at this fall’s must-attend video industry conferences.
Take a look at a really interesting breakdown of film stock and how moving images are captured and processed.
We know the title and recognize some of the greats, but what does a director of photography (aka cinematographer) actually do on a film production? Let’s explore.
Attending your first film festival can be an intimidating experience. Here’s some things you should know to get the most out of your trip.
Securing film distribution might be the most challenging part of the entire filmmaking process. Here’s how the big studios go about it.
What is required to join the major motion picture industry guilds? What are the benefits? Here’s what you need to know.
Canon camera rumors gain traction leading up to the next major photo and video trade shows. (Yes. There are Canon 5D Mk IV updates.)
There are a handful of commonly used frame rates, each with their own purpose. Here is a quick guide to the industry standard frame rates and what their purposes are.
Let’s take a detailed look at how Steven Spielberg and company crafted one of the most iconic scenes in film history: The golden idol scene from Raiders of the Lost Ark.