Production

Famously, NHK are setting up to broadcast the 2020 Olympics in 8K. The broadcaster has shown impressive cameras, and just as importantly, other bits of broadcast infrastructure such as point to point radio links, at recent trade shows. This might encourage us to believe that 8K is now an inevitability and the irresistible tug of progress means that it’ll soon…
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Review: The concluding part of our comprehensive review of the URSA Mini Pro 4.6K G2. This time we look at usability, picture quality, and that all important slow motion!
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Phones are most certainly serious filmmaking tools now. If you think otherwise, why?
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Watch the replay of our live stream from Berlin as we demonstrate a complete live streaming production with a live panel from across the industry. You won't want to miss this!
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Review: The URSA Mini Pro 4.6K G2 is the latest in Blackmagic Design's successful and popular URSA series. If there was one model in Blackmagic's catalogue that shows just how far it has come on with mature camera design, the URSA is it. Does the latest generation of the camera hit the mark?
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This Tuesday evening, 25th June 2019, RedShark is hosting an evening of advice and know-how about live streaming and how to produce content for it. Confirmed panellists include Alex Hobern, new media expert and winner of UK Channel 4's The Circle. If you're in Berlin or can get there by Tuesday evening, there's free food and drinks, and a live…
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We don’t talk much about actors and acting on RedShark, but they are a crucial part of any drama, and also an element that lets down so many early attempts at shooting drama. Like everything in filmmaking, acting is a skill and directing actors involves just as much technical skill as cinematography.
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Digital projection has opened up lots of possibilities for independent film producers, but the process involved in creating the neccesary compatible Digital Cinema Package could have a few pitfalls for first timers. Neil Oseman takes us through his own experiences.
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Technology history is littered with the corpses of devices that seemed great, but just didn't make it. In the final part of his series, Phil Rhodes delivers his eulogy for the last decade. We lost some great prospects.
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Drones are advancing at an unprecedented pace and allow shots that would previously have been unheard of. Here's a selection of drones to suit all budgets, for air, land - and sea!
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This is a really big deal if you've ever needed news or archival footage for an edit and have been frustrated by the traditional hackneyed and expensive licensing process.
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