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The quality of light

Light is essential in cinema. How much light you use and how you choose to deliver it sets the mood and feel of a scene.
DJI Air 2S

DJI’s Air 2S captures and edits pro-level aerial video for you

In under a year since the Air 3 released, DJI's announced the Air 2S. The new drone siginificantly upgrades the original drone's camera.

The best Nikon lenses — 2021

Nikon cameras are a favorite for DSLR shooters. Nikon has their own line of lenses, but there are also some third-party options available for both F mounts and Z mounts. Here are the best Nikon...
Sony reveals the Xperia 1 III and Xperia 5 III

Sony refine Xperia cameras with the Xperia 1 III and 5 III

Sony’s introduced to two latest entries into the Xperia smartphone line, the Xperia 1 III and the Xperia 5 III.
NVIDIA announces eight new RTX GPUs

NVIDIA gears up to release eight new RTX GPUs

Nvidia announced eight new RTX GPUs, targeting creative professionals working on laptops, desktops, servicers and workstations.

Film history: the evolution of film and television

Everything in this article is at the very least incomplete. There’s no way you can even begin to cram the almost 150 years of film history into one article. There are whole books written...

Final Cut Pro vs Premiere Pro

Chris and Mike attempt to answer the question: which of these two editing software giants is best? Factors considered include price, buyer persona, technical and community support, release schedules, supporting software and personal preference.
Rokinon reveals the 24mm f/1.8 Prime lens

Rokinon’s new 24mm lens has a helpful astro-photo mode

Rokinon’s adding a new Prime lens to its Tiny Series lens lineup. The Rokinon 24mm f/1.8 Prime’s specifically made for astrophotography.
PowerVision PowerEgg X

Fly, record, and stream with this AI-powered drone, webcam

PowerVision released the PowerEgg X: a drone, a handheld camcorder and a AI-powered live streaming and video conferencing system.

Best micro four thirds lenses — 2021

MFT, or micro four thirds, is a popular mount style used by many manufacturers in conjunction with the micro 4/3 sensor. It’s good to keep in mind that micro four thirds camera systems use a smaller sensor.

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Vatsala Goel captures stories from around the world with the Sony FX3

Cinematographer Vatsala Goel travels across the US to capture honest, slice-of-life stories. Based in Los Angeles and San Francisco, Goel brings compelling documentaries like “Aggie” and gripping narratives such as “Blood and Glory” to fruition. She draws inspiration from...

The Videomaker Podcast

Canon CJ17ex6.2B
Canon’s 4K broadcast lenses lineup is one of the most expensive in the industry. The Canon CJ17ex6.2B is the line's latest broadcast lens.
Sennheiser announces MKE 400
Sennheiser MKE 400 microphone captures audio on the go, making it a great tool for vloogers, videographers, and mobile journalists.
Sony alpha female+ program
Sony kicks off this year’s Alpha Female+ program by offering 12 grants to 12 talented female filmmakers and photographers.
When you start any business, you should know the legalities of the business. It is difficult enough to set up a business with suitable equipment, personnel, infrastructure, marketing, and customers or clients without having to worry about legal liabilities. The same is true in the video production field. This...
A wise man once said, “Don’t go into filmmaking if you’re trying to make money…” But don’t be discouraged, no good filmmaker ever followed the advice of a wise man. Let’s disregard that and look at some viable ways to make money with your indie films. Finding an investor for...





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