Utilizing their wealth of knowledge gained from years upon years of commercial, event, and personal productions, and in lieu of the release of their new filmmaking resource app dubbed SMAPP, the good folks at Stillmotion continue to produce incredibly informative and useful resources for all our DSLR video shooters out there.
If you’re like me, you have probably been inundated with questions from friends, acquaintances and family members regarding the specifics of the latest camera models currently out on the market and how they compare with each other. While nominal facts such as specifications a feature-sets can be easy to deduce on paper, something like the actual size of each respective camera can be a tad tougher to explain – for this, something like the iPad app, RealSize could presumably come to the rescue.
Evan Luzi, founder of TheBlackandBlue.com, frequent contributor to NoFilmSchool.com and veteran camera assistant has come up with yet another fantastic addition to his informative site, creating a test covering the basics of depth-of-field and its implementation in real-world situations.
In true light-heated Digital Rev fashion, Kai Wong and the DR-team has created a semi-informative, yet fully-entertaining video highlighting their top 50 photography tips, touched upon in rapid succession and in under 15-minutes.
Building upon their existing three-day REDucation workshops, a program geared toward providing real-world knowledge and experience for the digital visual maker in-training, RED Digital Cinema has decided to expand upon the above-mentioned class and create a more complete, fully-intensive, sixteen-week alternative dubbed “REDucation X.”
Quick News – Whether you are just getting into the world of grading and color correction, or adversely, you consider yourself an established colorist, confident in your abilities to accurately determine and/or manipulate hue, saturation and brightness; the very intriguing web-based game entitled ‘Color’ is surely worth a few minutes of your time.
Inside Photojournalism: An Hour Long Webinar With Newsweek‘s Senior International Photo Editor Jamie Wellford
Back with another insightful, hour-long dive into the world of photojournalism, the good folks at Photoshelter have elected to host Newsweek‘s Senior International Photo Editor, Jamie Wellford, as this week’s webinar highlight – picking the brain of an influential voice in the world of news.
If the myriad of creative and incredibly imaginative Microsoft Kinect hacks never cease to amaze you, the latest open-source workflow application dubbed the RGDB Toolkit may be right up your interest alley – especially if you consider yourself an HDSLR filmmaker.
The Three Basics of Exposure and Photography: A Visual Explanation of Shutter Speed, ISO, and Aperture
If you are just getting started learning the ins-and-outs of your capable photographic device, and have a hard time wrapping your head around how shutter speed, aperture, and ISO work in the grand scheme of properly determining a correct exposure, then the video above is sure to steer you in the right direction.