Well before David Boyd A.S.C. shot a single frame of The Walking Dead, Deadwood, or Friday Night Lights, he was the cinematographer for every episode of the short-lived, much-loved series Firefly, from writer-director Joss Whedon.
Braden Jobson, owner of Cinevita films recently had a chance to work on the show, “Nashville”, which was DP’d by Rodney Charters. We chatted to Braden about the experience. Kessler University (KU): Tell Me a little about yourself.
Digital camera development has been running in high gear for several years, outpacing any other portion of our industry. Thanks to a revolution started by RED, Nikon and Canon, videographers are now blessed with a wide range of small, affordable, high-performance imaging systems that have liberated us from the restrictions of the mundane 2/3” video camera.
(Sorry for the compresion, there is nothing I can do, this video in Pro Res HQ looks amazing but in this compresions looses a litle bit of the colors we tend to give from the baselight correction)....
planetMitch note: very interesting test video with the 1Dc - the first bit was all shot at very high frame rate - I assume because he didn't have an ND filter. Starting about 3:00, there's indoor stuff shot at high ISO - this is what you want to watch!
Last week at PhotoPlus 2012, Imaging-Resource.com founder Dave Etchells and Managing Editor Roger Slavens caught up with Chuck Westfall of Canon USA to see the Canon 6D's built-in WiFi feature in action.
I can remember the buzz of excitement when news flashed through the NAB Show newsroom that Blackmagic Design had announced a digital cinema camera. Long known for producing excellent signal processing, conversion and measuring equipment, the aggressive video company from Australia had hidden its secret so well that when the 2.5K (2432 x 1366) camera with built-in SSD recorder was unveiled at its press conference in the Las Vegas Convention Center, the international media and NAB Show visitors didn’t know what to think.
The SunNorthern frights: Spooky face of alien in natural phenomenonThe SunThe 29-year-old native Moldovan used a Canon 5D Mark III to shoot the spectacle. Self-taught Iurie moved to Iceland in 2006 to follow his biggest passion.