Everything You Wanted to Know About High Dynamic Range But Were Afraid to Ask
De-mystifying this ubiquitous term
Watch: Introduction to Color Grading in Adobe Premiere Pro
Creating different looks for your videos using the Lumetri Color Panel in Adobe Premiere Pro
How AI Helps Unlock the Secrets of Old Master and Modernist Paintings (Ars Technica)
Here are two ways that machine learning and artificial intelligence have been used in the world of art history and restoration.
Three New Cameras We’d Like to See Released in 2020 (PremiumBeat)
The anticipated and rumored releases of three new cameras would usher in a new decade of unprecedented advancement in video capture technology.
AR, VR and MR Market Predicted to Reach $30 Billion Over Next Decade
New report was released from analysts at IDTechEx.
“1917” Isn’t the First (Supposedly) One-Shot Film. Here’s a Timeline. (The New York Times)
Here's a history of films that have used long takes to pack a powerful punch.
Learn How To Break the Rules of Filmmaking Like a Pro
Breaking the rules of cinema — with intention — can surprise and engage your audience on an emotional level.
A Brief History of “One-Shot” Films (No Film School)
"The one-shot method is arguably at its best when it’s used to immerse viewers in realistic stories with high emotional stakes."
Learn the Differences Between ARRI’s HMI and LED Lights
Tungsten, HMI or LEDs? Each one has advantages and disadvantages, as well as specific situations in which they work best. Filmmaker Rubidium Wu breaks...
“The Camera Writes:” Cinematographers Discuss the Year’s Biggest Films
Rodrigo Prieto, Roger Deakins, Caleb Deschanel, Robert Richardson, César Charlone and Natasha Braier gather for The Hollywood Reporter’s annual Cinematographer Roundtable.
Color Correction for Beginners Using DaVinci Resolve 16
For total color correction newbies, colorist Casey Faris provides a good, quick, basic overview of how to begin using DaVinci Resolve 16.
Watch: How the “Continuous Shot” Epic “1917” Was Planned and Produced
Inside Roger Deakins and Sam Mendes' cinematic ingenuity
Video Technology 2020 – Apple and the PC Landscape
Going into 2020, Apple is offering a better line-up of professional Mac products than it has in years.
“Internet of Senses” To Compete With Screen-Based Experiences by 2030
The survey of 46 million early technology adopters from 15 cities around the world predicted that over the next decade, screen-based experiences will compete...
How Filmmakers Lynn Novick and Sarah Botstein Gained Unprecedented Access for PBS Prison Documentary “College Behind Bars”
Four-part PBS documentary series executive produced by Ken Burns follows prisoners through the Bard Prison Initiative, one of the most rigorous and effective prison...
Turning Horizontal Content Into Engaging Vertical Videos
Once upon a time, there was a very tried and true cinematic rule that moving images were only meant to be captured and consumed...
Dispelling Three Common Myths About Shooting Raw (Frame.io Insider)
Michael Cioni, Frame.io’s new global SVP of innovation, breaks down three common myths about Raw workflows on the company’s ‘Insider’ blog.
New Report Predicts Augmented and Virtual Reality Will Be as Common as Smartphones in the Workplace
New data suggests that tech-savvy consumers inside the workplace, not corporate IT managers, hold the keys to accelerating enterprise adoption of major technologies like...