Friday 03 Nov 2017
LitePanels Gemini: the Swiss army knife of lights
Jody Eldred deploys the new Litepanels Gemini LED light, and he likes what he see's. A lot.
Wednesday 15 Nov 2017
CAMERIMAGE - the Polish Film Festival that should be on your bucket list
The Polish Film Festival that's too good to miss
Tuesday 24 Oct 2017
Autodesk Flame gets extended capabilities with third major update
If you are one of the top tier film finishers or colourists, Autodesk has announced some interesting, and some would say essential, new updates to it's Flame suite of software.
Saturday 06 Jan 2018
View the sites of Scotland in glorious 8K - if you have the right monitor that is
Go on, we know you want to see it, even if you're an 8K sceptic!
Friday 08 Dec 2017
Amazing AI robot learns the consequences of its own actions
Vestri is a robot that can predict the consequences of its own actions, and the repercussions over time could be huge.
Wednesday 10 Jan 2018
Bad Karma: What next for GoPro?
While previous CES outings have seen GoPo stand unassailable at the top of the POV camera tree, 2018’s show has seen the canning of the Karma drone and the company rumoured to be up for sale. What happens next?
Tuesday 31 Oct 2017
Shooting fast - how to get the job done when the chips are down
We’ve all been there. It’s halfway through the afternoon, you’ve only just wrapped the scene you were meant to finish by lunch, and now you have to cram the rest of the day’s material into a couple of hours. How can you do it?
Friday 05 Jan 2018
State of play 2018: Motherboards
We have seen an upheaval in the world of CPUs throughout 2017, which has huge implications for other hardware and in particular the motherboard.
Monday 15 Jan 2018
Is it wrong to grade on a consumer monitor?
Consumer grade monitors are getting better all the time. Is 'good enough', well, good enough for all of us, or should we all take out second mortgages to get the best monitoring systems on the market?
Friday 20 Oct 2017
Is this the solution to the ultimate sound experience in VR?
Sound is 70% of what we see, or so the mantra goes. Much is made of sound design for traditional films, but how do you create an effective sound mix for VR?
Thursday 16 Nov 2017
The Pixel 2 has incredible image stabilisation. Here's why
Google explains the secrets behind the Pixel 2's fantastic camera stabilisation.
Tuesday 07 Nov 2017
Who’s got your information? Here’s how to protect yourself
Mozilla and the Tactical Technology Creative have teamed up to show people how they can 'detox' their digital life with a limited time exhibition in London. This could be one of the most important articles you read this week.
Monday 30 Oct 2017
How to light a shoot in a remote location
Going off the beaten track. When we talk about portability of equipment for remote shooting, there is one aspect that is most often neglected. Lighting. Phil Rhodes takes us through the option when it comes to shedding light on things in a remote setting.
Monday 20 Nov 2017
What is Eurovision? It certainly isn't what you think it is
Whilst it might conjour up nightmares of the annual 'song' contest for our European readers, Eurovision is in fact one of the earliest television networks. Phil Rhodes looks back on its history and why it is still relevant.
Tuesday 24 Oct 2017
Win a $60,000 Frame.io Dreamstation
Workflow management specialist Frame.io has just launched one of the most valuable giveaway competitions we've seen for a very long time, giving you the chance to win a spectacular $60,000 Frame.io Dreamstation.
Thursday 16 Nov 2017
How to make amazing videos with action cameras - part 2
The second part in our series giving more essential tips for getting the most out of your action camera, this time focussing on accessories and editing.
Saturday 18 Nov 2017
Do we still need physical media?
Streaming services are often our go-to method of viewing content now. But are physical film collections a nostalgic thing of the past? Joe Foster dons his rose tinted spectacles and gives us his thoughts.
Monday 18 Dec 2017
Don't leave home without these essentials
When it comes to filming, the camera you own is often not as important as the support gear you have. Phil Rhodes investigates some of the most important parts of the equipment bag you shouldn't be without, while avoiding giving your bank account cause for concern.
Monday 08 Jan 2018
OLED, 8K and Samsung’s The Wall - display tech at CES
TV screens are always one of the main battlefronts at CES and with rollable screens, 8K OLED displays, and now Samsung’s massive The Wall, it already looks like 2018 is going to be a vintage year for new technology.
Saturday 09 Dec 2017
Pretend to own the latest car with augmented reality
For petrolheads (or should that be electroheads?) everywhere, now you can pretend to own the latest sports cars with augmented reality. Just don't expect to actually drive anywhere in it...
- Monday 8 Jan 2018 - (55729) How to understand waveform and vector displays
- Sunday 7 Jan 2018 - (54019) The art of editing: Five tips to improve your editing performance
- Sunday 14 Jan 2018 - (51626) RAID: Everything you need to know
- Monday 8 Jan 2018 - (11176) Panasonic unveils the GH5S: a new GH5 firmly aimed at video
- Tuesday 9 Jan 2018 - (6369) Hands-on with the Panasonic GH5S
- Thursday 18 Jan 2018 - (389) Investigating timelapse workflows [video]
- Thursday 18 Jan 2018 - (908) Hasselblad’s new HD6-400c: a 400 megapixel multi-shot beast
- Thursday 18 Jan 2018 - (1763) Shooting The Expanse on Cooke 5/i Primes
- Wednesday 17 Jan 2018 - (1087) NewTek converters and cameras learn new tricks
- Wednesday 17 Jan 2018 - (1546) CES 2018: essential releases, trends & more