As the droll comedian Steven Wright says, “You can’t have it all…where would you put it?” Yet, we Cinematographers generally do want it all, higher resolutions, higher frame rates, higher dynamic range and more color space. But the question of storage, (or where to put it?) is only one of the myriad of considerations.
The Colorist Society International is the body that represents the interest of feature film colorists around the world (I'm an elected member) and is our equivalent of the DGA, ASC or ACE... we just have a much sillier acronym in CSI! Anyway, the powers that be recently released a one page description of what it is that we do and how and when we do it that might shed a little light on the role for those that are interested or should know already.
A new camera from Blackmagic is making drone-based filming better than ever. The Micro Cinema Camera is lighter, gives the user more control and makes the post production far easier, compared to its predecessors.
We found this article from Ogy Stoilov at 4K Shooters about the visual effects techniques used in Game of Thrones quite fascinating and thought we would share it with you
This is a quick technical note for other REDheads out there to bring together the RED SSD capacity and running time you can get using 64Gb, 128Gb and 256Gb SSD media on a RED Epic.
We are looking forward to the release of the EPIC-X and the Scarlet and firmly believe both cameras will be worth the wait. Unexpected glitches happen to every company, but it takes an act of bravery and commitment to keep customers informed about set backs and fully aware of what will be coming.
Marketing and advertising have moved from broad overviews of information that target the general public to narrow and detailed segments. Inc. Magazine shares 4 tips for addressing your narrow-cast audience.
Ted Schilowitz, one of RED’s big guns, answers 9 RED Epic Questions that he gets asked day in and day out, in a video interview.