Production

Three point lighting often conjours up images of flat corporate video or daytime soap operas. But is the system still relevant today, or is it an important concept we can use to guide us, whatever the situation? Neil Oseman offers us some dissection.
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Sony's new Venice camera has recently pushed full frame sensors for filmmaking into the limelight. But while larger sensors do offer some compelling advantages in the right circumstances, just how big should they become, and can we manage their requirements?
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It's been eagerly awaited, but GoPro has now unveiled the latest in its Hero series of cameras, the Hero 6, replete with an all new custom GoPro designed processor. George Shaw gives us the lowdown on this and the other new product announcements from the company.
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Purchasing new equipment, especially for the resource intensive acts of something like video editing, can be fraught with pitfalls. With such a large investment, nobody wants to make the wrong choice. Can we make sure that we get the right information we need to make such decisions?
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RedShark interviewed a lot of companies during the course of this years IBC. Here we bring you some of the product video highlights from the show.
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Does the S16mm film format still have a value in todays production world? Roland Denning takes a look back at the history of the Super 16mm format, and asks whether it is still a viable medium.
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With the recent release of the Canon C200, RedShark decided to catch up with the company to find out where it sits in its range, and what it is capable of.
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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.
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Too many cooks spoiling the broth. A complex edit can be a handful enough on its own, but when you add in multiple collaborators things can get complicated very quickly. Peter Haas gives us his essential tips on managing more complicated workflows in the edit room.
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Scenes involving multiple actors can throw up multiple issues when setting up lighting for both dramatic effect and shape. Neil Oseman takes us through the process and considerations of illuminating multiple actors in a dialogue scene.
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We caught up with Marc Horner, Marketing Manager, Fujifilm Europe at the Recent IBC show in Amsterdam, with good news for Micro Four Thirds camera owners
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