Tom Guilmette and Jon Connor got together at Kessler HQ to have some fun with a FasTec High Speed Camera mounted to a Kessler CineDrive. The CineDrive is able to perform programmable camera moves at high speed, and in this behind the scenes video Tom shows us their setups for various shots, which...
Back Bone has announced a face plate lens adapter for the GoPro Hero 3 camera. It looks like they have both C-Mount and Nikon mount adapters. This requires some minor surgery to the camera but should be well worth the effort. Finally we can use real glass on these puppies! Back Bone has no release date or price just yet. Here is a rip from the website. A Big THANKS! to @EricDiosay for the lead.
Online video is critical for the success of any publication, a survey states. But telling a narrative with video is too difficult for most amateurs.
E. Vlietinck's insight:
Script writing is a "pro" affair. It takes talent and insight in narrative structures to get it right, but why would you need a script in the first place? Without a script, it's just a clip. The appeal is in the scenario, the story. That's why.
(TrendHunter.com) The Lumu iPhone Light Meter shows just how useful this smartphone has become for photographers. Whether it is snapping photos with it or using it as an additional tool for better shots, the iPhone...
Getting a great picture of something you want to sell on eBay, etsy or elsewhere isn’t as easy as you think. In this tutorial we’ll share our best product photography tips and show you a simple way to use a light tent for soft, even exposures.
E. Vlietinck's insight:
The best product photos ever -- those made of the Apple iPhone -- were entirely made without such a tent, but with lots and lots of small "point lights". A light tent is for quick and dirty results, not for the best quality photography.
Panasonic today made several announcements about products that will debut at the upcoming National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show, April 7-10 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Headlining the news is a pair of the company’s signature V...
Newsshooter.com has followed the development of Kinefinity’s cinema cameras for a couple of years now, as they attempt to compete against the big boys like Sony, Canon and Panasonic as well as their closest rival Blackmagic Design. Since we first saw their prototype camera at a Chinese camera show the cameras have improved no end. They have reached a point where they are workable production tools with some unique features. But now Blackmagic Design have their 4K Production camera and the Panasonic GH4 is just around the corner, what can the Chinese maker do to respond?
We've been shooting with Sony's Alpha 7 and Alpha 7R over the past few weeks to get insight into how the compact full-frame cameras behave. While the two models are twins, they're by no means identical, with each sibling very quickly showing its own, distinct personality. We'll be publishing more in the coming weeks as we move towards completing our review, but we wanted to share our perspective now that we've had some experience to inform our opinion.
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