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Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Misinformation: Video Tech

You need more than just a video-capable DSLR to be a filmmaker

Misinformation: Video TechRecently, RED Digital Cinema’s mercurial CEO Jim Jannard took to the RED forums to respond to a post asking if the company would ever go “head to head” with the DSLR market.  Read More...

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Pro-Level Output

The current lineup of professional-quality 17- and 24-inch printers delivers gallery-ready images

Pro-Level OutputLike all the professionals we know, you’re looking for ways to bring in some revenue and keep the studio going as strong as you can in these extremely challenging times.  Read More...

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Megapixels And ISO: Have We Reached The Limit?

Although there’s no question that the pace of increase has slowed, noise-reduction advancements are poised to fuel continued resolution boosts

Megapixels And ISO: Have We Reached The Limit?You’ve heard the assertions before: The “megapixel wars” are over. We’re operating in the land of diminishing returns. It’s all evolution and no revolution.  Read More...

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

November 2010

New Tools Of The Trade

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Tuesday, August 24, 2010

DPP Solutions: Sweep Panorama

A feature found on many consumer cameras can be useful for pros looking to add a different perspective to their stock library

DPP Solutions: Sweep PanoramaIn photography, a surprising amount of technology actually trickles up from amateur gear to equipment a pro uses.  Read More...

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Hi-Tech Studio: Old-School HDR

Long before Photoshop was invented, photographers used graduated ND filters to balance a high-contrast scene. Today, they’re still sometimes the best tool for the job.

Hi-Tech Studio: Old-School HDRWith all of the buzz about HDR software in the last few years, it can be easy to think that the notion of being able to render a high-contrast scene in a photograph was only addressed when Photoshop came along.   Read More...

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Continuous Lights For Still & Video

As you explore the possibilities of shooting video with DSLRs to augment your still work, a different kind of lighting solution might be in order

Continuous Lights For Still & VideoWe’ve been doing a lot on video since the first DSLRs that could shoot HD video exploded onto the scene.  Read More...

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Misinformation: Camera Tech

Some healthy competition is good for business

Misinformation: Camera TechRecently, RED Digital Cinema’s mercurial CEO Jim Jannard took to the RED forums to respond to a post asking if the company would ever go “head to head” with the DSLR market.  Read More...

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Lens Tech: Specialty Lenses For DSLR-Shooting Pros

For every job, there’s a perfect tool. Most photography can be handled by your core set of glass, but every once in a while, you need something different. These lenses don’t come out of your bag every day, but when you need one, nothing else will do.

Lens Tech: Specialty Lenses For DSLR-Shooting ProsDigital image manipulation has stolen a lot of the thunder from old-fashioned optics.  Read More...

 

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