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 based in Los Angeles and Austin, specializing in agile communication strategies.

Dell has updated its entry-level Precision Desktop Workstation computers, but the real stars are the new and improved Precision Mobile Workstations, bringing more editor-friendly enhancements to its already-popular power laptops.

Dedicated to educating the industry on new cinematic technology, the Digital Cinema Society premieres the Digital Cinema Show, a magazine-style programme that examines the tech behind cinematography.

GenArts unveils Sapphire 9 VFX plug-in suite

Published in Post & VFX

GenArts, venerable maker of premium VFX tools, has launched Sapphire 9, packed with new presets and features, as a free upgrade for many of its current users.

Sony Professional now has a new resource to broadcast Sony 4K news, tips and curated playlists of user videos shot on Sony cameras.

World's first 4K film shot with the iPhone 6s

Published in Production

Check out the first example of the iPhone 6s 4K video capabilities, as expressed by RYOT in its short 'The Painter of Jalouzi'.

Awesome Star Wars interactive 360 video created for Facebook

Published in VR & AR

The Star Wars: The Force Awakens team produced this immersive experience as part of Facebook's push for more 360 video. Tour the Jakku desert in an Imperial speeder bike!

In an effort to bring Lightworks up to "modern standards," Editshare has invigorated its nonlinear editor with a bevy of new features and a partnership with Boris FX.

Sony expands HDR support across 4K television line-up

Published in Business

Through a forthcoming firmware update, Sony will bring high dynamic range functionality to more of its 2015 4K televisions, but this update is just part of Sony's play to be the leader in HDR video solutions for the living room.

8K TV - now available in your living room

Published in Business

While broadcasters are still wrapping their heads around 4K/UHD distribution, Sharp is set to leap forward with the world's first 8K monitor, shipping in October if you have $133K to spare.

Ursa Mini 4K: First user footage surfaces

Published in Production

While the upcoming Ursa Mini 4K may not be getting as much press as its 4.6K sibling, Blackmagic loaned two Ursa Mini 4K cameras for a shoot during IBC that shows off the camera's imaging capabilities.

A new plug-in for Premiere Pro, PDFviewer, could be your simple fix to a common editing dilemma.

Cooke showed off its 65mm macro anamorphic prime lens at IBC2015, which is now shipping, but the biggest news may surround its to-be-released anamorphic zoom lens.

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