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Christmas replay: Throughout history many cultures have historically found several good reasons for a feast, with associated drinking and gift-giving, in the middle of a long, grim winter. Phil Rhodes has found his own: the desire for new camera kit that works the way it should do. Here begins his fantasy wish-list of the things he'd like to find gift-wrapped…
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 Masters of Light: Conversations with Contemporary Cinematographers is one of the most revered book releases on the subject. Roland Denning reminisces over what makes the publication such a classic.
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Inasmuch as anything's predictable, we might reasonably predict that cameras in a few years time will look absolutely nothing like cameras of today.
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New power efficient LEDs from Fiilex look to be ideally suited to small to medium studio setups. 
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Resolution is a very hot topic at the moment, so let's take a journey as Dimitris Stasinos establishes how this all relates to our vision and how we really perceive things.
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RedShark Replay: Once upon a time Roland Denning had a part in making a small, independent documentary film. Having jumped though all sorts of hoops and spent significant amounts of money to have it distributed online, he can now find it pirated and available for nothing to anyone who wants it on YouTube. Here he tells the story...
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AI has arrived in stock video. It turbo-charges your ability to find exactly the footage you need.
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Are you a preservationist? Mark L. Pederson of Off Hollywood thinks filmmakers should follow the example of stills photographers and embrace new technology rather than seeking to resist it.
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We’ve seen lots of explanations of HDR, but this one is particularly good.
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DVD is still a highly relevant and useful way of distributing content as Michael Bryant points out.
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 Rakesh Malik gives us some important tips on how to ensure your shoot runs as smoothly as possible.
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