When your showreel looks as good as this, you really don't have anything to prove. You don't have to convince anyone that your kit is good enough for the movies, because your showreel is the movies
Here's a showreel that we're bringing to not because it's full of CGI or motion capture, and not because it's been filmed at a trillion frames per second on a specialist camera costing $300,000. It's just the result of the everyday work of the cameraman, using relatively modest kit
- Saturday 24 Sep 2016 - (34306) Did someone wipe the moon landing tapes?
- Saturday 17 Sep 2016 - (27940) Why are some cameras so expensive while others are so cheap?
- Thursday 22 Sep 2016 - (23204) Vintage lenses for large-sensor cameras - Part 1
- Friday 16 Sep 2016 - (9341) A massive boost in bandwidth makes 8K inevitable and 16K feasible
- Monday 19 Sep 2016 - (6890) Panasonic unveils new GH5 prototype
- Thursday 29 Sep 2016 - (274) Canon’s low light camera continues to impress
- Thursday 29 Sep 2016 - (668) RED provides a masterclass in good customer service
- Thursday 29 Sep 2016 - (1439) The end of Apple Quicktime on Windows means problems for ProRes
- Wednesday 28 Sep 2016 - (1490) An amazing hyperlapse, years in the making
- Wednesday 28 Sep 2016 - (817) Watch Again! RedShark and Sony's live streaming masterclass from NYC!