Freya Black is a Freelance writer, director, cinematographer and artist based in the UK, (the land of cold winters and rainy days). She believes cinematography is all about creating magic through light. Her all time favorite film is "Freaks" by Todd Browning. Freya is a big fan of chocolate, owls and the night.
With the sheer number of lens interfaces that exist today, we are used to adapting lenses to our cameras using adaptors. Now Angenieux has turned this thinking on its head by allowing us to adapt the lens to both the camera and sensor size at will. Freya Black investigates.
It is a fantastic time to be buying an action camera. At no period has this been better illustrated than now. Xiaomi has been making waves with its existing action camera line, that have been giving GoPro a very serious run for their money. Now the company has released a new camera into the fold, that offers many features found on higher budget rivals, but at an incredible sub £100 price point.
To a huge amount of anticipation, the Nikon D850 has finally arrived. The Nikon D810 was a favoured camera of film-makers working in full frame video, so people have been waiting with bated breath to see what the company will produce as a more modern replacement.
- Saturday 12 May 2018 - (24576) Can Cinematography be too good?
- Tuesday 15 May 2018 - (18135) Apple's incredible 2020 transformation
- Monday 21 May 2018 - (14945) RED's entire camera line-up is changing. Simpler model range; lower prices
- Sunday 20 May 2018 - (11566) Red's Hydrogen phone is real and is "the beginning of a very long programme"
- Thursday 17 May 2018 - (10681) Avid Media Composer: Is it still relevant after all these years?
- Friday 25 May 2018 - (214) Essentials of the Sony Venice: Workflow
- Friday 25 May 2018 - (610) 8K is good, even for people who will never use it
- Thursday 24 May 2018 - (1056) New lightweight and rugged high-end primes announced by Zeiss
- Thursday 24 May 2018 - (1017) You cannot trust your ears, and we can prove it
- Thursday 24 May 2018 - (2041) Six great tips for lighting on a very low budget