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In this B&H Event Space video, X-Rite Coloratti and Sony Artisan Joe Brady takes you, step-by-step, through the techniques and gear that make great color fast, easy, and repeatable. Starting at capture, he demonstrates the process so that accurate and consistent color becomes natural and easy to achieve.
“I hope we will never see the day when photo shops sell little schema grills to clamp onto our viewfinders; and that the Golden Rule will never be found etched on our ground glass.” —Henri Cartier-Bresson
In 2007, Apple released the first iPhone, which not only changed the way we communicate, but promised a new technology with which musicians and audio engineers could record and create music. In 2010, the iPad was released, but iOS was still in its infancy in regard to music production.
With arrays of its popular HERO cameras already driving the engine that is spherical (also colloquially referred to as “360-degree” or “VR”) video, it’s only natural that GoPro would unveil its own professional solution, the Omni.
During my days as a film student, I shot projects using film and digital media. While digital footage was imported directly from tape, film was sent out, developed, and transferred to tape in standard definition. Now that more than a decade has passed and the industry has gone predominantly digital, what options exist for people looking to transfer their existing film?
If you ask photographers what they consider important when choosing a camera, the aspect ratio of the sensor seldom enters the conversation. Megapixels? Yes. Sensor size? Yes. Burst rates? Yes. Aspect ratio? Seldom.
This article should not be taken as legal advice. It merely reflects the views of its author. Please consult with an attorney to determine what, if any, legal requirements or restrictions apply to the use of Unmanned Aircraft Systems in your area.
Check out this B&H Quick Look video and pick up a LG gram 15 for fashionable and portable computing on the go.
I admit it: I am an audio snob, but at the same time, I find the concept of some “audiophile” gear to be ridiculous. Some people go to lengths to enjoy their music that are well beyond reasonable and border on the absurd, and my experience as a recording engineer always has me reaching for the practical approach.
An ideal documentary rig is lightweight and fast to work with, without sacrificing professional quality and features. If one piece of gear is built with this mantra in mind, then it’s Zacuto’s latest EVF—the Gratical Eye.
There’s no shortage of MIDI controllers on the market, most of which come in the form of keyboards, drum pads, and mixer emulations with faders and knobs.
Lens adapters are certainly not new items in the savvy photographer’s gear bag, but they have taken on an added significance since the onset of mirrorless camera production, and can be the literal link between the cold efficiency of digital cameras and the distinctive charm of exotic lenses from an earlier era.