Patrick Jong Taylor

Patrick Jong Taylor

Patrick Jong Taylor is the North American Editor of RedShark News. He is also a Strategist for bigSTORY, a business consultancy specializing in agile communication strategies.

Sony has made good on its big CES 2016 reveal, opening up pre-orders for its Z-series of 4K HDR TVs.

Shooting sports cinematically...with prime lenses

Published in Production

Sports videography typically evokes high-end live broadcast systems at one extreme and compact budget ENGs at the other, yet there is an argument to be made for ditching the ubiquitous zoom for a high quality set of primes.

Using the Universe 2 plugin Holomatrix II, among other software, Red Giant's Seth Worley delivers a micro-short starring BB-8, the diminutive droid that debuted in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

Here's a short, energetic video shot on the Blackmagic Ursa Mini 4.6K and the DJI Inspire X5R that delivers fireworks and "fun on the midway."

Although it's a "standard" that devices don't support yet, the new UFS cards from Samsung write much faster than microSD and offer a glimpse into the future of storage that stretches beyond the mobile phone.

Fujifilm has updated its popular X-T1 mirrorless DSLR-like camera, giving the new X-T2 4K/UHD recording and other improvements.

Panasonic's 4K/UHD Blu-ray player, already available in Europe, finally gets a U.S. release window and pricing info.

Red Giant unleashes Universe 2.0

Published in Post & VFX

Red Giant has updated its subscription suite of GPU-accelerated effects and transitions, with a particular emphasis on motion graphics.

Digital Bolex to stop making cameras

Published in Production

The proverbial 'little engine that could' has, sadly, decided that its last time around the bend is in sight.

C-3PO, R2-D2 and Magic Leap

Published in VR & AR

In a new video from Magic Leap, we see what it's like to augment our reality with our favorite Star Wars droids.

Professional storage brand G-Technology continues its trend of collaboration through a recent partnership with Atomos.

Along with WB and saturation improvements, the latest camera software for the Ursa Mini camera line may fix the magenta corners reported by some users of the 4.6K variant.

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