ARCommunity #FF: Nancy Musinguzi, Hip-Hop & Documentary Photographer

Nancy M. Musinguzi is a documentary photographer who “seeks truth in trauma, memory, and transformative moments of time to gauge the history of silent people.” She is inspired by the “timetable of a human life” and “unique and powerful stories” to create works such as her series, “A Nomadic Summer” Los Angeles CA, “Disposible Memories: Organic Perspectives on Film” NYC/NJ, and “Million Hoodie March for Trayvon […]

PDN PhotoPlus 2014 Highlights

If you made it out to the PDN PhotoPlus Expo at the Jacob Javits Convention Center this year, you know there were some pretty amazing new cameras and gear just itching to be played with. Check out these clips featuring some of the expo’s most sought after products brought to you by Adorama Pro. CANON 7D […]

Seamless Look of Birdman: How They Did it

Like it, love it or (in a few cases) loathe it, Birdman feels like one of the films that, when we look back years or decades from now, will come to define 2014 at the movies. With some of the best reviews of the year, and one of the best limited releases in recent memory, it […]

An In-Depth Lesson On Composing An Image

The following Blender Guru Tutorial was created with the CG artist in mind, but I think we can all agree that the points made are useful to both photographers and filmmakers alike. What I liked most about the tutorial was that it not only shows you examples of good image composition, it also shows us badly […]

Is Sony the New Nikon? One Pro-Photographer Says, Yes!

In this video, long-time Nikon fan and professional landscape, portrait, travel, and wedding photographer Jason Lanier explains why he sold off his Nikon gear and switched to Sony, beginning with the a6000. Jason purchased a Sony a6000 about four months ago as he anticipated his needs for upcoming shoots in Detroit and Ethiopia. Because theft was […]

ARCommunity #FF: Future Filmmakers at the All American High School Film Festival

If you missed this year’s All American High School Film Festival you, like me, missed something special. These young filmmakers are truly inspiring. At their age I had a hard time choosing what I wanted for lunch each day let alone have the discipline and know-how to complete a short film. I’m sure you’ll agree […]

Interactive Flow Chart for Beginning Photographers by AdoramaTV

I’m often approached by beginning photographers and filmmakers with questions regarding which direction they should take or how to get into the business of either industry. My advice to them is mostly the same: Focus on developing your skills, Network, but most importantly, Don’t give up. On the first of these, “developing your skills”, there […]

Geena Davis’ Two Easy Steps to Make Hollywood Less Sexist

We recently ran a blog series centered around the gender equality PSA, Little Leading Ladies, which encourages young girls to take on leadership roles within, as well as, outside the film industry. But what about on-screen? Oscar winner, Geena Davis, has advocated for gender equality in the film industry through her Institute on Gender in […]