As production budgets grow, knowing how to best spend your time and money becomes increasingly important. Experts Vince Nelson and Dale Price share advice for charting a course to larger projects and how to handle them once you get there.
The JVC GY-LS300 and GY-HM200 are at CES 2015, so we’ll keep this short and punchy. In case you missed our post about them, read up . Our photos from the CES floor give a real perspective. We’ll start at the top, the GY-LS300 brings 4K resolution with 4:2:2 sampling and proxy formats.
Today we're pleased to announce that wedding and event videographer, Dustin Long, is the winner and new owner of a DSLR kit that is great for shooting on the run. He'll be upgrading his camera support as well which will allow for more unique shots.
For this Thursday, we harken back to a time before photo-realistic post production and visual effects existed and remember when camera creativity and trickery were the rage. Perspective was played with to create mind-bending images, and viewing these images was as much fun as it was amusing or confusing, depending on the clip.
We want you to shoot lots of video. We would also love to give you all a DSLR that you can run out and shoot with, but only one of you will win one from us. Enter our contest for a chance to win the ultimate run-and-gun kit.
Production house Bot & Dolly create a hypnotic video through robotic automation and projection mapping. Prepare to be mesmerized when reality and virtuality mesh with live action, robots and projection mapping video techniques.
It's hard to imagine a movie today that doesn't have a scene with a camera closely following the subject and Garrett Brown is getting much deserved recognition in the National Inventor's Hall of Fame for his creation of the Steadicam.
Directors in Hollywood film production, are rarely young. Directors of a given YouTube video are less likely to be older than 35. These two generalizations are quite incorrect, now, more than ever.
Those that are immersed in media - meaning TV stations, newspapers, radio stations, film studios, music studios, book publishers, magazine publishers, and an Internet version of each have been talking at length about how entertainment is shifting. So often we'll read that a movie blockbuster or a hit TV show is only reaching a small percentage of potential viewers. This idea is best compared to the media that was available decades ago, such as I Love Lucy or M*A*S*H. Everyone watched them. That's 72 percent of homes with a television tuned to Lucille Ball or 106 million viewers out of 200 million possible U.S. citizens. Today's nearest competitor in terms of viewership are the big games at the end of the NFL season. Those football games reach about 110 million, but the U.S. is has grown to more than 300 million. OK, so now you should be in agreement that audiences are getting stretched thin.