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.

Blackmagic Design's radical new video editor

Published in Post & VFX

This is year ten of Blackmagic’s ownership of Resolve. It’s arguably the company’s most important product. A lot has happened in that time, both to Resolve and the company. 

Animation has come a long way...

The new is the company's first absolutely true HDR display/recorder, and that's not the only trick up its sleeve. This is another game changer.

Atomos reveals SDI upgrade for Ninja V

Published in Production

The Ninja V recorder/monitor has a fast expansion port. A perfect use for this is the newly announced SDI module. Read about it below. 

Pond5 changes its relationship to filmmakers

Published in Production

Unless you’ve contributed video to a stock video company, then you probably won’t have given much thought to how it actually works. And even if you have, the chances are that you won’t have considered different ways in which your relationship to the stock company might be framed.

This was an almost complete surprise. We know NewTek very well, and we didn’t see this coming. But it does make sense: more so, the more we think about it.

What's the future of film-making? And how do we connect our work today with the way the future's turning out? Should we buy the latest stuff? Or should we wait?

Sending video over a network instead of a conventional video cable has all sorts of advantages. Here's a quick look at how even small production companies - or even individuals - can use the new technology

A big refresh for iMacs is good news for creators who need a top-end all-in-one from the Cuppertino computer company

Wouldn't it be nice if every process could be made this explicitly easy to understand? Debayering explained with Lego, anyone? 

Here's a crucial event for anyone involved in live production for streaming. RedShark's latest Connect event is on 27th March in Central London. Almost all (free) tickets are gone. This is your LAST CHANCE to register.

A few people have mentioned to me that they think that RedShark’s enthusiasm for technology might ultimately threaten their jobs. Here’s why we think our editorial policy is right.

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