• We are all susceptible to confirmation bias Tuesday 16 Oct 2018 We are all susceptible to confirmation bias
    Are the problems that we see when comparing our favourite cameras real or imagined? Or do we simply see what we want to see? A recent experiment highlighted the problem of Confirmation Bias in a very direct way. Read more...

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  • Our comprehensive BMPCC4K review continues: Setup, audio and HFR Monday 8 Oct 2018 Our comprehensive BMPCC4K review continues: Setup, audio and HFR
    The Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K has a lot of detail and nuance to it. In the last part we covered its general features and how its dual gain (ISO) circuits allow you to have flexibility and control over exposure despite the lack of an ND wheel. In this part we want to focus in on some of its more detailed functionality.

Post & VFX

  • Adobe officially debuts Premiere Rush CC Monday 15 Oct 2018 Adobe officially debuts Premiere Rush CC
    After months of previews of Adobe’s device independent and cloud based acquisition/production platform codenamed Project Rush, Adobe has finally announced the product at the beginning of the Adobe Max conference.

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  • We are all susceptible to confirmation bias Tuesday 16 Oct 2018 We are all susceptible to confirmation bias
    Are the problems that we see when comparing our favourite cameras real or imagined? Or do we simply see what we want to see? A recent experiment highlighted the problem of Confirmation Bias in a very direct way.

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  • Does the average viewer really care about picture quality? [opinion] Friday 5 Oct 2018 Does the average viewer really care about picture quality? [opinion]
    Smart TVs would appear to have a lot to answer for. For anyone who has had to go into the settings of their friends television set to turn off the dreaded 'motion interpolation', Chris Foreman asks the question, do viewers really care about picture quality any more? ...

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