Production

Apologies to those suffering from World Cup fatigue but, with the month-long tournament approaching its business end, it is breaking all records for the most streamed television event ever.
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RedShark Replay: It's hard enough getting everything right in a shot, never mind when it's got multiple action scenes, and a camera moving at 50km/h!
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Moiré is an often discussed subject when it comes to cameras, but what really causes it, and how can it be dealt with?
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Why are S35mm filmmaking lenses so much bigger than even their full-frame stills counterparts? Is it a physical requirement, or could the reason lie in usability?
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It's hard to believe that RED began over a decade ago. In the concluding part of his interview with Graeme Nattress, David Shapton discusses how things have changed over the years.
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The BBC’s live streaming of the FIFA World Cup in UHD and HDR is a case of believe the hype.
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If you currently use a DSLR for day to day video, here are a few reasons why changing to a dedicated video camera such as the Canon C200 could be a great decision.
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What's the essential ingredient for a smooth shoot? It's crew morale, and if you don't have it any shoot can fall apart, fast. So here's our guide to keeping the crew smiling.
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RedShark Review: a colour mixing LED that also produces highly accurate white light as well? Surely not? Phil Rhodes might well have found the ideal small light with the Fiilex Matrix II.
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When legacy frame rates still exist, just what is the best format to shoot your next production in?
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What do you do if you need to shoot 16:9 widescreen on a 4:3 camcorder? In the early days of SD digital broadcast this was not an easy problem to overcome!
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