Freya Black is a Freelance writer, director, cinematographer and artist based in the UK, (the land of cold winters and rainy days). She believes cinematography is all about creating magic through light. Her all time favorite film is "Freaks" by Todd Browning. Freya is a big fan of chocolate, owls and the night.
Nikon has been through a lot of financial uncertainty recently and, as a result, quite a few future products were cancelled and the company was restructured. In that context it's really great to see the company is back with some new products and even better that they are lenses to boot.
CP3- oh! The new Zeiss CP.3 lenses are slightly more expensive than the preceding CP.2 glass, but they are also a major upgrade because the lens mechanics and physical consistency are such an improvement. In other words, Zeiss looks to have a winner on its hands.
There is pressure to create content on increasingly lower budgets, but the expectation remains for something that at least seems like or resembles a high-quality end-product — two things that are generally at odds with one another. However, ARRI has come to the rescue with two announcements of preset technology at NAB 2017 to achieve fast looks.
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- Saturday 17 Jun 2017 - (9197) Just in case you doubted that 8K video is the new still photography...
- Friday 16 Jun 2017 - (8277) 5 Tips from top Colorist Warren Eagles
- Wednesday 21 Jun 2017 - (7747) The home-brew return of anamorphic
- Tuesday 27 Jun 2017 - (37) Why reviews can only give you part of the story
- Tuesday 27 Jun 2017 - (1494) Six VFX Editing tips to keep your project organised
- Monday 26 Jun 2017 - (1089) Practical effects so good they need a 'not CG' disclaimer
- Monday 26 Jun 2017 - (998) Signiant: An easy way to boost your production business [sponsored]
- Monday 26 Jun 2017 - (1038) Blackmagic ships Bluetooth remote app