Easy, fast and secure media file transfer–the Bigfoot of post

Easy, fast and secure media file transfer–the Bigfoot of post 5

I have a long list of “It’s 2017, how come we haven’t figured out how to…” questions. Topping that list (alongside why Siri still can’t look up a phone number for me without mistakenly calling someone to whom I owe money instead) is the issue of transferring video files securely across the web. There typically seems […]

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Sony α7R III, the new high-res, fast mirrorless

Sony α7R III, the new high res, fast mirrorless

The new full-frame mirrorless model from Sony offers a 42.4 MP high-resolution sensor, 10 fps continuous shooting, fast and precise AF performance, all in a compact body. Thanks to an evolutionary leap in image processing power and efficiency, the new α7R III combines a high-resolution 42.4 MP back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS image sensor with impressive […]

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Meet the alternative to Adobe: Skylum

Meet the alternative to Adobe: Skylum

Macphun has a vision: to offer photographers a truly worthy Adobe alternative. This was revealed today by its CEO, Alex Tsepko. Now CEO of Skylum Software. Macphun started seven years ago building apps for the iPhone, but the company soon found its true call: photography. In fact, although for the first three years they launched […]

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Why FCP X? – 360° POV 

Why FCP X? - 360° POV  10

VR, AR, XR, MR, 360. Last year, I sat through a discussion on these topics at the Final Cut Pro X Creative Summit in Cupertino. I had some interesting reactions, most of which included the word “puzzled.” How were the cameras positioned? What sort of magic had to occur to edit 360 video? How can […]

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New firmware for Hasselblad X1D and H6D

New firmware for Hasselblad X1D and H6D 11

Modern day cameras allow to enhance user experience through firmware, and Hasselblad is exploring how far it can go with its models. Making cameras that are user-friendly was once an operation only possible before the camera was launched. In modern days, with firmware being the “heart and brain” of cameras, it is possible to […]

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How the Seal Team series uses Dutti Dolly

How the Seal Team series uses Dutti Dolly

Three Dutti Dollies are always around during the production of the CBS series Seal Team, used for multiple situations throughout the series. Able to roll extremely low to the ground at under 2-inches in height, and able to roll on narrow spaces, the Dutty Dolly was instrumental in helping key grip Richie Metcalfe create an […]

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