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 […]
As the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show 2014 comes to a close we’d like to share some of the highlights of this year’s conference. ***Retracted*** Next we have the Blackmagic URSA EF and PL which has “answered every [filmmaker’s] wishes and dreams” with some amazing new features. Also from Blackmagic is their new Studio […]
As we mentioned in a previous post, Arri created a camera simulator for the Alexa to help renters and potential buyers as well as students and aspiring filmmakers to familiarize themselves with the menu/button layout without needing a camera on hand. That’s all well and good if you’re interested in the Alexa. But what if you […]
D J Clark, a Beijing-based multimedia journalist, wrote a guest post on NewsShooter officially launching his Facebook based Connected Learning, an open platform initiative where anyone can follow along and participate in various Exercise Modules. In his post Clark included his recommendations on assembling a relatively inexpensive and simple equipment list for student journalists. For the modern journalist […]
I was walking along a New York City street yesterday with my best friend. We hadn’t seen each other in years and decided to commemorate the occasion by doing what most social media junkies do today, take a #selfie. Only problem was we were sitting at the window of a very busy coffee shop and […]
A few weeks back a young man by the name of Jack Belisle contacted be via our “Get Featured” page here on ARCblog. It didn’t take long for me to see the great potential he has in all that he does. When I finally met him in person it was like meeting a good friend […]
It is very important that "Uchuraccay" is completed. Not just for Peruvians but for journalists worldwide.