Those of a certain age may well remember films being shot in Cinemascope. In fact, even today when we see these films on TV you will still see the Cinemascope branding at the beginning. But what was Cinemascope and why is it relevant to a review of the Sandmarc Anamorphic Lens? Just to clarify, Sandmarc […]
One of the great satisfactions of photography is to receive praise for the quality of your work. When people recognise both the creativity and technical ability that you have put into getting an image, it acts as inspiration for you to do even better. However, as you may have noticed, getting yourself seen to the […]
DaVinci Resolve can be complex, but given the level of features in has, and the zero price tag, it is the best value editing product available. Here is a quick guide to DaVinci Resolve
For most video footage we need a fairly slow shutter speed, and that means using ND or Neutral Density filters. Today we are going to explain why.
Are you getting the best video that your stills camera is capable of? Here are six advantages to filming video using a log profile and external recorder.
Until a few years ago, video and stills photography were quite separate disciplines. Both used their own types of cameras, both required similar creativity yet different skillsets. The holy grail for videographers was the “cinema look”, so called as it mimicked the look of larger format celluloid based films. It was a look that was […]