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VisionColor Lets You Use BMDFilm Without DaVinci Resolve

It’s not uncommon for an aspiring colourist to have cut their teeth with the processing of still photography using the likes of Adobe’s CameraRAW, Lightroom, and Photoshop applications. Similarly, for VFX artists looking to begin proper grading, a familiarity with After Effects is often the case. For

Colour Grading New Sony FS7 S-Log3 Footage

Modern digital camera and sensor technology have reached the point where now everyone can afford to shoot in high-quality codecs, such as the Raw and ProRes recording (now in all flavours) even on a $1,000 camera like the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera. The sub-$10K market segment is extremely competitive with the

GH4 4K Color Correction In Adobe Camera Raw – Video Tutorial

For the photographers out there, you’re probably familiar with Adobe Camera Raw. Others, who come from mainly a video background, maybe a bit unfamiliar with the program. Adobe Camera Raw, or ACR as it’s commonly abbreviated in the photography/video world has recently been upgraded to support various

Shooting Slog 2 vs CINE4 on the Sony A7III

Log files are known to offer more flexibility in post-production as the use of a logarithmic compression allows camera makers to squeeze more information inside the same bitrate. These also provide major recovery in the highlights giving you overall a superior dynamic range. But all of this,

New Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro G2 Camera Shoots 4K/120fps RAW!

Blackmagic Design today announced URSA Mini Pro 4.6K G2, a second generation URSA Mini Pro camera featuring fully redesigned electronics and a new Super 35mm 4.6K image sensor with 15 stops of dynamic range that combine to support high frame rate shooting at up to 300 frames per second. In addition, URSA

Panasonic DC-S1 Hands On + Sample Footage

It’s finally here, the Panasonic DC-S1, a Full Frame, mirrorless camera that has built great anticipation in the stills and video community but also has many worried that it heralds the end of Micro 4/3’s. Will the S1 find the popularity that Panasonic has gained for its

The Osmo Pocket – Can it be a Cinematic Camera?

Creating a cinematic image in such a tiny camera may seem like a tough task but with a few choice settings, this little gizmo can produce some fantastic results. Achieving what we generally consider to be a ‘cinematic’ image usually comes down to a few key factors:

How to Choose the Best Video Editing Computer

Understanding the basics of the computer system you use for editing your videos is invaluable if you want to enjoy a smooth and speedy edit. So, what are the principles behind the most commonly quoted computer specs? In this video, seasoned filmmaker Alex Jordan offers a very clear