Right now there are 2.7 billion active smartphones in the world. An estimated 800 million were added this year alone. By 2020, Ericsson predicts there will be at least 6.1 billion smartphone subscriptions globally. What’s the big deal? Well, this means 38% of the world’s population has the ability to shoot digital video and stills. That […]
Check out this video from Adorama Learning Center by Michael Artsis on color correction. Michael provides a color correction workflow tutorial and discusses proper techniques, ideal tools, and practical examples to enhance any video and tell your story. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_kUFhwmVUck If you’ve never worked with LUTs check out this quick overview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oBjeu-jHbt Lastly, for those […]
Recently, I was lucky enough to be accompanied by Jerred Sanusi, ARC’s Director of Operations, for this experiment, where we tested out the Sony R-X1r against the Fuji X-E1. For our setting we chose the Metropolitan Museum of Art because, A) It’s just an amazing place to visit and B) It was seriously cold that […]
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One of the most anticipated features of one of the most exciting new cameras has finally arrived! Balckmagic Design has finally released Blackmagic Camera Utility 1.5, a firmware update that adds the CinemaDNG RAW recording option to the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera. The new lossless format will work with Davinci as well as Adobe Camera […]
Not content to announce one firmware update, Sony has announced an extended timeline for multiple updates to both the PMW-F5 andF55, as well as the AXS-R5 recording module.
ARC recently caught up with New York-based cinematographer Timur Civan for a chat about technical standardization in the digital age.