Rakesh Malik

Rakesh Malik

Rakesh’s exploration into photography began with a trip to the Grand Canyon. The grandeur of the place inspired him to capture and share his experiences. Such grand places required a grand vision, so Rakesh began working with large format film cameras, which he continues to favor for his fine art stills. His love of travel and adventure have lead Rakesh to visit exotic and varied places, from cities such as Kiev and Ronda to wild places like the Serengeti, the Alaskan tundra, the Pampas of Patagonia, and even to lofty heights such as the summits of Mounts Kilimanjaro and Rainier. Lately, in spite of continuing to make captivating still images with film and digital cameras, Rakesh has been applying his photographic skills to motion pictures. While still striving to convey a story with each individual frame, he longer has the limitation of being bound to a single form to tell the story.


2019 has been a very good year for AMD. It’s taken 30% of the personal computing market from Intel, which it hasn’t done in 12 years. For the first time since the Athlon64, AMD is the performance option, rather than just the budget one.

The processor wars: Intel strikes back

Published in Technology & Computing

Intel isn't taking things sitting down, and it looks like it is getting well and truly back in the game.

Review: We take a look at , a package designed to get you production ready from the off with the company's Z 6 mirrorless camera.

AMD announces Zen 3 design is complete

Published in Technology & Computing

Taking the high performance server processor crown from Intel isn’t enough for AMD. It’s continuing to push its road map aggressively.

Asus raises the bar for mobile workstations

Published in Technology & Computing

Asus has announced an impressively powerful new lineup of mobile workstations.

AMD has revealed details of the EPYC2 processor lineup, and it looks... epic.Using TSMC's 7nm process and incorporating an updated version of AMD's Infinity Fabric, it's yet another technological tour de force that's going to get a lot of attention at nearly every tier.

Blender 2.8 is here, and it's a significant update

Published in Post & VFX

There's been a lot of anticipation surround the 2.8 version of Blender, even though it retains the usual innocuous point release nomenclature.

At SIGGRAPH 2018, NVIDIA revealed its Turing GPU architecture with its new ray tracing extensions and also bringing Volta's Tensor cores to the mainstream.

We take a look at HP's powerful laptop/tablet crossover, the Zbook Studio x360.

We take a look at HP's ZBook 15 mobile workstation and find out how it measures up as a mobile editing platform.

After Lisa Hsu's announcement at Computex, there's been a lot of anticipation about what AMD's Zen 2 processors will bring to the table. Here are some of the highlights for the new line set for release on July 7th.

NVIDIA announted its RTX Studio initiative at Computex this year. Its goal is to drive a new generation of laptop computers that are suitable for high end creative work.

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