David Shapton

David Shapton

David is the Editor In Chief of RedShark Publications. He's been a professional columnist and author since 1998, when he started writing for the European Music Technology magazine Sound on Sound. David has worked with professional digital audio and video for the last 25 years.

A new RED camera makes owning a RED system more affordable

Published in Production

Red's new camera portfolio now includes a cheaper device that gains the technical prowess of the system

The new iPads are the clue to the future of consumer and professional computing. The key to understanding this is to know how incredibly capable these thinnest of devices have become.

Every so often, you see a CGI film that takes your breath away. The new Lion King is a visual stunner

You may have seen reports of new consumer cameras from Sony sporting 8K video sensors. Don't believe them just yet.

It seems like a long time since the Canon C700 FF was announced, but it's now available, and we know the price, too

Wireless on-set video just got a major boost

Published in Business

Wouldn't it be great if we could all see video on-set at the same time without tripping over cables, and without delays? This just became much more likely

How our brains interpret the real world might hold the key to how we improve our electronic imagery.

Here's a video summing up our incredibly sucessful RedShark Connect Event in New York last month. And there are many more to come!

Mark Toia's a cinematographer and filmmaker whose start is definitely ascending. He's a fan of 8K but not for the reasons you might think

This is how to make a product marketing video properly

Published in Post & VFX

Want to make a marketing video? You could do worse than follow the example of this one. We think it's genius

What's wrong with subscription software?

Published in Production

What is it about subscriptions that makes people hate them so much? Full disclaimer: I think they're a really good idea.

Don't be tempted to save money on power supplies

Published in Technology & Computing

Power supplies are the biggest single point of failure.

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