ARC recently caught up with New York-based cinematographer Timur Civan for a chat about technical standardization in the digital age.
Arias posits the digital camera industry--from Phase One to Polaroid--as characters in a bar. Guess who walks in?
Strangely absent from this year's tech shows, Pentax's latest large-format cinema camera, the 6x7, is a preemptive challenger to the yet-to-be-released Dragon Sensor from Red.
New York-based director of photography Jendra Jarnagin recently completed a series of tests with Sony's 4K PMW-F55 CineAlta camera in preparation her next feature film project.
The Artemis Director's Viewfinder earns its $30 price tag the first time you open the app and put it to use.
Instagram is great for duckface selfies, poorly-lit closeups of food, and obnoxious rich kids, but it's also the playground for some of the most talented filmmakers on the planet.
Researchers at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore have created a graphene photodetector that is almost "10 times more sensitive than the CMOS-based sensors in today’s digital cameras."
Charting the history of film imaging by connecting "historical and bibliographical information with primary resources from several hundred original papers and more than 400 scanned frames provided by archives and scholars from all over the world."
In 2012, photographer Elizabeth Weinberg received a commission from enRoute magazine to document NYC boardwalk culture, including the communities of Coney Island, Brighton Beach, and Rockaway.