BBC’s Click has taken an in-depth dive into tech that is pushing the film and television industries forward.
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Do you know that some advertising firms can spend a year working on a single set of trailers? Vice News takes us behind the curtain.
The camcorder as we know it was originally made up of two separate pieces. Sony would be the ones to bring the pair together, but it never caught on.
It’s nice to see an eGPU being sold in the Apple Store, but how does it compare to the competition?
The jury might still be out on this, but it’s not looking promising.
Sure, there’s plenty of talented photographers to follow on Instagram. But are they funny?
DJI’s new gimbal system is set to be a winner. How do its most important features translate to real world situations?
Ron Jaffe is the stills photographer for a multitude of popular television shows, and occasionally, he’s asked to recreate images that could have been taken decades ago. I asked him what process he goes through to take us back to pre-war USA.
We’ve all had the question thrust upon us, but it’s worth it to hear what other people are charging.
MASV is a pay-as-you-go file transfer service, geared towards photographers and videographers. They’ve come a long way since I last covered them.
Most consumer and even some professional VR rigs use a WiFi connection to transmit video. However, that only gets you so far.
Caleb Pike is showing off his new find from Laowa: a 15mm macro lens that gets a very different perspective.
When it comes to both photography and video hacks, there’s no shortage of clickbait videos. To me, this one is the complete opposite of that.
Mathieu Stern got his hands on a Scarlet-W, which shoots a whopping 5K image, to bring the best out of a vintage 135mm lens he picked up on eBay.
Less than a month after Insta360 announced their last partnership, an extremely important deal will allow for virtual reality video in an easy and time-conscious workflow.
We all know the tricks of the trade, but what actual evidence do we have to prove certain methods or gadgets are up to scratch when it comes to preventing eye strain?