Just days after taking NAB 2012 by storm, arguably outshining both of Canon’s highly-published unveilings, as well as cementing itself in the eager-eyes of indie-shooters everywhere, the new 2.5K, raw-shooting, digital cinema camera from Blackmagic Design is now available for pre-order, touting that very appealing price of $2,995.00.
Last month, when Leica sent out their formal invitations to “a whole range of product launches,” set to be unveiled at an event scheduled for May 10th, many believed the M10 was primed for a proper showcase and an official announcement of the M9′s successor was due to unfold.
Tribeca Film Festival Filmmaker Under Investigation After Illegally Shooting and a Killing Deer in His Feature Film
A Brooklyn filmmaker’s motion picture, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City last night, April 19th, is under investigation with state authorities after one of his actors killed two deer, all without a license, for a dramatic scene in the film.
Director Ben Dickinson’s film, First Winter, follows a group of young Brooklynites who are forced to make due and survive in the wild after an apocalyptic catastrophe cuts off the lines of power and communication. The 23-day film shoot took place in Upstate New York at private farm.
With all of the recent and persistent headlines concerning the violation of photographers’ rights all over the world comes another story of an infringed photographer’s rights out in London.
After capturing some photographs of a police car and a police van collision, a local photographer was confronted by police officers and told to quit taking pictures and leave the scene immediately. When approached, the man was on a public street, bringing to the light the fact that he was not interfering with police operations and in the legal realm of the law.