Daily Archives: February 1, 2019

Chromatic aberration: hard edges, hue shifts, and storytelling

Chromatic aberration: hard edges, hue shifts, and storytelling

Accidents yield interesting truths. This is especially true in lens and camera tests, where it’s hard to know what to test for but there’s always something…

Sony VENICE gets High Frame Rate shooting up to 4K 120fps

Sony VENICE gets High Frame Rate shooting up to 4K 120fps

Sony’s VENICE new upgrade introduces High Frame Rate (HFR) shooting, up to 120fps at 4K 2.39:1, and 60fps at 6K 3:2, and other functionalities. The new…

Edit Blackmagic RAW Native In Adobe Premiere With Autokroma

Edit Blackmagic RAW Native In Adobe Premiere With Autokroma

Chalk this up to those who feel compelled to stay within the Adobe Premiere system. Some post workflows are entirely Adobe. If you are one of these editors then you…

What’s missing from the new full-frame Panasonic Lumix cameras?

What’s missing from the new full-frame Panasonic Lumix cameras?

Many videographers are excited about the new full-frame Panasonic Lumix DC-S1 and DC-S1R cameras, without noticing a few key features that are unfortunately missing in them, but…

Art of the Cut’s “Voices from Sundance” podcast, Ep. 6

Art of the Cut’s “Voices from Sundance” podcast, Ep. 6

In this episode of Art of the Cut’s “Voices from Sundance” podcast series,  we’re talking with Japanese editor Maho Inamoto about editing the feature film “We Are Little…

New Universe 3.0 features a dockable control board for Premiere and AE

New Universe 3.0 features a dockable control board for Premiere and AE

The new dockable control board for Premiere and AE is a key element of Red Giant’s Universe 3.0, making it simple to explore and apply Universe’s entire…