Sometimes, we all need some help up a hill, and this is just the ticket.
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Panasonic’s latest and greatest cameras will have a much better chance of success.
ChatGPT has been a breakthrough moment for some industries this past week. It can literally turn ideas into reality, but is it good enough to create motion graphics in Adobe’s After Effects?
Lewis Potts picked up the cheapest camera he could find on Amazon and tried shooting alongside an Arri Alexa Mini LF.
There’s nothing worse than visiting a location prior to shooting, only to miss out on important details. Avoid headaches, and make sure that you’re prepared for the shoot day.
Instead of bouncing light underneath your subject, this method could make life easier.
Beginning your video editing journey can be painful on a slow machine. I’ll explain a few tweaks that might help smooth out the experience.
The most user-friendly 360 camera has gotten a nice upgrade, and it paves the way for the future of 360 shooting.
With a bracket and a new “Prism Mode,” users can make use of a wire-free viewfinder with a retro touch.
Selena Gomez, Martin Short, and Steve Martin are close to solving another murder in the building, in a whodunnit that laughs at itself.
While the industry move to subscriptions has had pain points, I think it’s a net benefit for post-production.
They’re attempting to make an all-in-one solution. So, how does it stack up?
While bringing color to your images is best done manually, LUTs accelerate things. Here’s how I customize LUTs to get the best of both worlds in a pinch.
The Australian company has updated their 19-inch display after five years, essentially bringing it in line with today’s tech.
Insta360’s cameras have been using the same 360 sensor setup for about three years, and now, it’s getting a serious update. Will the quality make up for the bulk?
DJI’s Ronin 2 is hard to beat, but perhaps the latest option comes close?
The file sharing company has announced that they’re going to offer some of the fastest speeds in the industry, but just who needs this?
As more and more photographers dive into motion graphics, I thought I’d mention some utilities that can help get the job done.
The new accessory will allow users to shoot 360-degree footage in the air.
At some point, we will all end up shooting in a boring conference room. It’s not always easy to get a good shot when the space isn’t made for it. So, these tips from Epic Light Media might just be the trick.