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Andrew Fried and Bryant Fisher: filming with the Canon EOS C200

Andrew Fried and Bryant Fisher: filming with the Canon EOS C200

Andrew Fried (Chef’s Table) and DP Bryant Fisher (Hamilton’s America),  lead the crew of “From Dock to Dish”, first film shot in 4K on Canon’s…

Term of the week: Float space

Term of the week: Float space

Float space was once the domain of visual effects artists and color scientists. Now with the impending move to HDR displays it’s a concept everyone in the biz needs…

Affinity Photo for iPad announced

Affinity Photo for iPad announced

Affinity Photo for iPad was unveiled today during an exclusive presentation segment at Apple’s keynote event in San Jose, California. The app is available to download, with a special…

Unreal Engine: from video games to broadcast production

Unreal Engine: from video games to broadcast production

Epic Games went to NAB 2017 to reveal applications of their Unreal Engine that deliver unprecedented speed, fidelity and flexibility in broadcast production workflows. Developed by Epic Games in 1998…

AJA Talks High Dynamic Range with their FS-HDR: NAB 2017 Video

AJA Talks High Dynamic Range with their FS-HDR: NAB 2017 Video

At NAB 2017, AJA showed off their high pursuit for helping companies deliver High Dynamic Range (HDR) so their viewers can watch footage that better resembles how the human eye…

SmallHD talks Big Production Monitors: NAB 2017 Video

SmallHD talks Big Production Monitors: NAB 2017 Video

SmallHD started with… well small HD on-camera monitors. Now, the North Carolina company has moved up to full-sized HDR Production monitors for on-set viewing, editors, and…

Term of the week: HDR

Term of the week: HDR

“HDR” has been around for a long time in the visual effects world, but is now becoming an important term to the general film and video industry with…

A Guide to Shooting HDR TV: Day 6, “How the Audience Will See Your Work”

A Guide to Shooting HDR TV: Day 6, “How the Audience Will See Your Work”

This is the sixth installment of a six-part HDR “survival guide.” Over the course of this series, I hope to impart enough wisdom to help you navigate your first…

A Guide to Shooting HDR TV: Day 5, “The Technical Side of HDR”

A Guide to Shooting HDR TV: Day 5, “The Technical Side of HDR”

This is the fifth installment of a six-part HDR “survival guide.” Over the course of this series, I hope to impart enough wisdom to help you navigate your first…

Canon goes VR in Las Vegas

Canon goes VR in Las Vegas

The new 70-200mm lens for Cinema may be a highlight at Canon’s booth at NAB, but no one will want to miss The Virtual Reality Experience with Canon…

A Guide to Shooting HDR TV: Day 4, “Artistic Considerations”

A Guide to Shooting HDR TV: Day 4, “Artistic Considerations”

This is the fourth installment of six-part HDR “survival guide.” Over the course of this series, I hope to impart enough wisdom to help you navigate your first HDR…

A Guide to Shooting HDR TV, Day 3: “Monitor Considerations”

A Guide to Shooting HDR TV, Day 3: “Monitor Considerations”

This is the third installment of a six-part HDR “survival guide.” Over the course of this five-part series, I hope to impart enough wisdom to help you navigate…

A Guide to Shooting HDR TV: Day 2, “On Set with HDR”

A Guide to Shooting HDR TV: Day 2, “On Set with HDR”

This is the second installment of a six-part HDR “survival guide.” Over the course of this series, I hope to impart enough wisdom to help you navigate your first…

A Guide to Shooting HDR TV: Day 1, “What is HDR TV?”

A Guide to Shooting HDR TV: Day 1, “What is HDR TV?”

This is the first installment of a six-part HDR “survival guide.” Over the course of this series, I hope to impart enough wisdom to help you navigate…

Sony expands HDR production

Sony expands HDR production

HD HDR Live for Broadcasting and Instant HDR workflow are some of the new options available in multiple Sony products. Find more about Sony’s HDR at the NAB Show…

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