RedShark News Staff
Written by RedShark's News Team
No matter the type of video you’re working on, there’s one tool that’s guaranteed to heighten your project’s impact: music. After all, there’s nothing quite as powerful as the pairing of the right track with the right footage.
Away from the major tradeshow cycle, there are any number of smaller events that have grabbed themselves deserved places on the calendar and offer something a bit more niche and perhaps a bit more special too. New York's Sight, Sound & Story this weekend is one of them.
If you’re going to make a splash in the burgeoning 360-video camera field, one way of doing so is packing in bleeding-edge specs. That’s what Garmin has done with the VIRB 360, a camera that at a bare minimum captures spherical video up to 5.7K and at 30 frames per second and takes 15-megapixel stills.
- Saturday 17 Jun 2017 - (11878) Working with resolutions above 4K: We interview renowned cinematographer Shane Hurlbut, ASC
- Saturday 10 Jun 2017 - (9641) White lens or black lens? There’s a reason
- Saturday 17 Jun 2017 - (8427) Just in case you doubted that 8K video is the new still photography...
- Friday 16 Jun 2017 - (7680) 5 Tips from top Colorist Warren Eagles
- Monday 12 Jun 2017 - (6720) HP’s Omen Accelerator will boost your laptop’s graphics
- Thursday 22 Jun 2017 - (329) Sound Forge Pro Mac 3: new plugins and fabulous support for filmmakers
- Thursday 22 Jun 2017 - (881) What is the best action camera to have in your kitbag?
- Thursday 22 Jun 2017 - (857) Adobe swoops for SkyBox to ramp up 360 toolset
- Wednesday 21 Jun 2017 - (2440) The home-brew return of anamorphic
- Wednesday 21 Jun 2017 - (1030) Netflix takes TV interactive