Rodchenko, one of the founders of Russian constructivism, not only took pictures. He also painted, sculpted and designed furniture, posters, theatrical sets and costumes over the course of his life, working with form, image and volume until his death in 1956.
GH4 first 4K shots in Paris (Pre Serial Camera with Beta Firmware) from Emmanuel Pampuri on Vimeo. “Premières images tournées avec un modèle de pré-série du GH4 tourné avec le 12/35 Panasonic Cinelike...
July 16, 2013. Adobe brings GPU-powered video editing to the cloud. My wife's team's new collaborative video platform, Adobe Anywhere, began shipping last week. In this video Principal Scientist Enzo Guerrera talks how ...
When I first started looking at portrait photography for this week, I came across the work of Nir Arieli. I approached him to be featured, but one question from him set me back, “Where did you come across my work?
Olivier Laurent BJP Lomography is introducing the LomoChrome Purple 400 film, which is based on the discontinued Kodak Aerochrome that turns "every green element into radiant purples" Lomography is introducing the LomoChrome Purple 400 film.
(...) "If we were like other companies we might release these upgrades one or two at a time over many years hoping people buy a new camera every 18 months, but we don’t want to do that. We said to ourselves and to our community, “How do we make a camera that will be relevant for the next 5 or even 10 years?”
I'll be looking at this camera as well. Could the camera help define the medium? I'm thinking of the look/feel of docs and doc style dramas. When I think back on it the Canon 7D has most certainly forced me into a cinema style, with it's plusses and minuses, (plusses great look, minuses: slow setup and lots of gear). This may become a great camera for the pure story teller.
My first post on Scoop It. I just updated to Mountain Lion on my Mac and Windows 8 on my PC. On top of that I laid down about $800 on a digital audio recorder for film and video. I will be sharing things that interest me in terms of gear, images, software, best business practises and inspiration. Thanks for sharing this incredible journey.
From our archives: A guide to copyright in creative work http://t.co/hp2MPAt6 #freelancing #freelance...
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