From Bollywood To Hollywood: Director Snehal Patel and cinematographer Rodney Charters, ASC, take advantage of the Canon EOS 5D Mark II’s small form factor and monster-sized sensor to create the epic short film Indian Gangster
by Neil Matsumoto
As HD video proliferates the DSLR world, more and more still photographers are trying their hand at moving images. Vincent Laforet’s Reverie opened the floodgates, and the torrent has flowed forth.
The combination of improved sensors, advanced processing engines and powerful algorithms makes the current lineup of pro DSLRs capable of a whole new kind of low-light photography
by The Editors
Low-light and action photographers have long fought the good battle with the shutter-speed/ aperture/ISO monster: You need a fast enough shutter speed to capture the action (or to prevent camera shake in handheld low-light shots), a small enough aperture to provide the needed depth of field and a low enough ISO to get good image quality.
In discussion with DPP, sound master Mark Adams describes the ins and outs of working with sound for multimedia and HD video productions
by Mark Edward Harris
Los Angeles-based location sound mixer extraordinaire Mark Adams has traveled the world capturing sound for productions including the Olympics, NBA Entertainment, Major League Baseball Productions, CBS, MTV and National Geographic.
By William Sawalich, Photography By Jared McMillen
When Jared McMillen planned for a career in the sports world, it wasn’t as a photographer. He was an athlete, a professional rock climber who lived out of his van when he started documenting his adventures.