It's been nine long years since the 9th Edition of "the cinematographer's bible" rolled off the press, and a lot has changed in that time.
Shooting on location is my preferred method of photography. I like interacting with interesting people in diverse locations with natural light. That being said, I always appreciate a little extra light to accentuate, or help define a mood.
This is what you get when you-- Oh, never mind.
There's no telling what's around the corner, what will change the game, or what will become the new standard.
While the Fujinon PL 85-300 Cabrio is similar in size and weight as the PL 19-90, its longer focal length makes it ideal for shooting documentaries, nature and wildlife, and car commercials, among other demanding production scenarios.
Last year, the American Society of Cinematographers and the Producer's Guild of America orchestrated a follow up to 2009's Camera Assessment Series with the Image Control Assessment Series. Unlike a shootout where the relative strengths and weaknesses of the selected cameras were pitted against one another, ICAS was an attempt to unify the different camera systems under a single workflow: the Academy Color Encoding System, or ACES.
Is an 80" 4K television not big enough for you? Perhaps you should get an IMAX theater installed in your home. Like, an actual IMAX theater. Because you can do that now apparently. All you need is a couple million dollars. And a mansion.
The New York City Municipal Archives Online Gallery contains over 870,000 "unique photographs, maps, motion picture, and audio recordings" from as far back as the mid-1800s, culled from the over 2.2 million entries in the Municipal Archives's physical collection.