The 10 Most Anticipated Movies For The Rest of 2019

There are only four months left of 2019, yet things look very good when it comes to film releases. As every year, it seems like the cold season is the time when most of the year’s best movies are getting released, just in time for the award season to begin, and there are so many promising films getting released in the following months that it makes us feel like children waiting for our presents on Christmas Eve.

On this list, we selected our 10 most anticipated films for the rest of 2019, but we feel like there might be many other films worth your attention in these next few months. Some honorable mentions such as A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, A Hidden Life, Gemini Man, The Goldfinch, Little Women, Frozen II or 1917 didn’t make it in the top 10, but you should keep your eyes on them as well.

Let us know in the comments what are your most anticipated movies for the rest of this year.


1. It: Chapter 2 (September 6)

The sequel to the 2017 horror blockbuster “It” is coming this September and we can’t wait to see it.

“It: Chapter 2” will also be based on Stephen King’s 1986 novel, but this time it will focus on the adult timeline, which was omitted in the first film. The movie will take place 27 years after the events of the first one when the now-adults members of The Losers Club reunite to fight It once again.

Among the actors chosen to play the grown-up Losers are James McAvoy as Bill Denbrough, Jessica Chastain as Beverly Marsh and Bill Hader as Richie Tozier. Bill Skarsgård is also set to return as Pennywise the Dancing Clown, one of It’s many faces who terrorized the Losers Club in the first film.

While we have no worries about the cast – all of the adult actors look perfect for their parts – we hope that this second installment will be scarier than the first one. Although we really enjoyed the first film, truth be told, “It” was a great coming of age story, but not so much a scary film. Judging by the trailers, it seems like the second “It” movie will do King’s novel justice and be a fully-fledged horror movie.


2. Downton Abbey (September 13 in the UK, September 20 in the USA)

It’s been nearly four years since “Downton Abbey” closed its gates after a five-year run on ITV, but fans are still longing for a continuation to Julian Fellowes’ period drama. When the news of a “Downton Abbey” film broke out back in 2018’s summer, they couldn’t be happier.

Despite the declining quality in its final seasons, when it became too much of a soap opera, “Downton Abbey” was at its best a superb series which really captured the post-Edwardian life of the British aristocracy and benefited from a stellar cast which included among others Dame Maggie Smith, Hugh Bonneville, and Penelope Wilton.

Most of the original cast including Smith in her first on-screen role since 2015’s “The Lady in the Van” are set to return for this 2019 feature film continuation of the series. Along with them come new cast members such as Imelda Staunton and Geraldine James.

As for the plot, the film will take place one year and a half after its finale and will see the Crawley family preparing for a royal visit by King George V and Queen Mary. We really hope that this will turn out to be a new “Gosford Park” or even better.


3. Ad Astra (September 20)

Directed by James Gray (“The Lost City of Z”), “Ad Astra” stars Brad Pitt as Roy McBride, an astronaut who travels to outer space in search of his lost father, Dr Clifford McBride (Tommy Lee Jones), who went missing on a mission to Neptune which involved some otherworldly technology. During his journey, McBride discovers some secrets that challenge the nature of human existence and our place in the cosmos.

During an interview, Gray said that he intended “Ad Astra” to feature “the most realistic depiction of space travel that’s been put in a movie”. Based on the trailers we’ve seen so far, the film’s visuals and story look pretty promising and gave us the vibes of a mix between “Interstellar” and “Gravity”. We love epic sci-fi thrillers so we couldn’t be more excited about this one.


4. The Irishman (September 27 at the New York Film Festival / late 2019 Netflix release)

What happens when you take a director like Martin Scorsese, you add a cast consisting of Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, and Harvey Keitel and you even manage to get Joe Pesci out of retirement? Well, you probably get the most anticipated film of 2019.

“The Irishman” is based on Charles Brandt’s book “I Heard You Paint Houses” and will have its world premiere at the New York Film Festival, followed by a Netflix release sometime in late 2019. The film will follow the real-life story of Frank “The Irishman” Sheeran (Robert De Niro), a labor union official with mob connections who claimed to be involved in the killing of labor union leader Jimmy Hoffa (Al Pacino).

While we have been pretty disappointed with Robert De Niro’s late-career role choices, we’ve never seen a bad De Niro – Scorsese collaboration so chances are that “The Irishman” will mark De Niro’s return to form. Add to that we’ll get to see Joe Pesci once again on screen – what a shame it took so long – and what remains to be done is only hope that “The Irishman” won’t fail to reach its full potential.


5. Joker (October 4)

While nobody asked for another movie featuring Batman’s archenemy after the disappointment that “Suicide Squad” was, when Todd Philipps’ upcoming Joker standalone film had its trailer released, everyone’s expectations were raised.

“Joker” will feature an original story and will star Joaquin Phoenix as Arthur Fleck, a clown for hire and failed stand-up comedian who turns to a life of crime and becomes the Clown Prince of Crime in Gotham City. The film’s cast will also include Robert De Niro as Murray Franklin, a talk show host who contributes to Arthur’s downfall. The Wayne family and Alfred Pennyworth are also set to appear in the film, but only as background characters. This is not a “Batman” film so don’t expect to see anything more than a young Bruce Wayne, unaware of the fate of his parents.

We all know that Joaquin Phoenix is a fantastic actor and there is little doubt that his take on the Joker will let us down. We’ll just have to wait and see if the film’s story will be up to par with Phoenix’s acting chops.

Video: Beat creative block with these 5 tips

In his latest video YouTuber and photographer Jamie Windsor offers a collection of inspiring tips to lift us out of those dead-end moments when creativity temporarily abandons our world. When ideas seem to dry up it rarely feels like a temporary situation, even though experience proves that with time masterpieces will be made again. The problem is how long it takes to regain our mojo.

In A Few Quick Thoughts On Staying Creative Jamie discusses creative block and his theory on how it happens – and most importantly how to accelerate the return of fresh inspiration. He tells us to put ourselves in the way of new ideas, to listen to others plans and to try a new environment – and to review the ideas we have been working on.

If you are going through a dry spell at the moment this might just lift you out of it, and if you aren’t it could be your insurance for next time one comes along.

Brief Encounters: Director Jim Jarmusch on the Poetic Downtime of Coffee and Cigarettes

The following interview with Jim Jarmusch was originally published as our Spring, 2004 cover story, and it is appearing here online for the first time. — Editor “Why do people go to the cinema?” Andrei Tarkovsky writes in a book of essays, Sculpting in Time. “I think that what a person normally goes to the cinema for,” he goes on, “is time: time lost or spent or not yet had.”  Time lost, spent or not yet had is the stuff of Jim Jarmusch’s new feature, his ninth, Coffee and Cigarettes. Consisting of 11 short vignettes, all featuring two or three people […]

An Edgy, Cinematic Look With ON1 Photo RAW

An Edgy, Cinematic Look With ON1 Photo RAW

Are you exploring ON1 Photo RAW, and looking to get the most out of all its presets and capabilities? Here, learn how to conjure a desaturated, post-modern look using the software.

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Nature Photographers and Filmmakers Wanted

Nature Photographers and Filmmakers Wanted

Calling all nature photographers and filmmakers. A groundbreaking new media platform designed to connect more of us to nature is launching its apps’ first beta iteration this week.

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Stop Asking How and Start Asking Why

Stop Asking How and Start Asking Why

When analyzing a photo, do you care more about how a photo was taken, or why the elements in the photo are there? If you’re trying to grow as a photographer, you might need to stop asking how things are done, and why they are done.

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Photographing Whale Sharks

Photographing Whale Sharks

Photographing whale sharks tends to be a top bucket list item for many underwater image-makers, and for good reason. The largest fish in the sea, whale sharks offer uniquely special photo opportunities. For those of you who have yet to photograph one of these gentle giants, I’ve put together a few tips to keep in mind for that first encounter.

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Emmy Contender Debbie Zoller: Best Make-Up For Fosse/Verdon

In the FX Network’s limited series Fosse/Verdon, across the show’s eight episodes, we see the contentious but also tender personal and working relationship between director/choreographer Bob Fosse and actress/dancer Gwen Verdon, both of whom triumphed on Broadway and in Hollywood films. Portraying Bob Fosse was Sam Rockwell, and Michelle Williams played Gwen Verdon—both actors are […]

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A Gitzo Traveler Tripod: Is It Worth the Money?

A Gitzo Traveler Tripod: Is It Worth the Money?

I have a large and relatively heavy Gitzo tripod that can carry as much as a small elephant. But I also bought an expensive Gitzo traveler tripod because sometimes I want to travel light. The question is, was it worth the money?

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MSI: new laptops feature world’s first 10th Gen Intel 6-core processor

MSI: new laptops for creators feature world’s first 10th Gen Intel 6-core processor

The world’s very first laptops equipped with 10th Gen Intel 6-core processor come from MSI. The company will debut the new models at the IFA exhibition from September 6th to 11th.

As creative devices and software continue to improve, heavy computing ability has become a crucial function for creators. We’ve seen it in happen with laptops and desktops from different companies, and now it’s time for MSI, always striving to create breakthrough technologies and achieve innovative excellence, to introduce the Prestige and Modern series. Outfitted with the latest processor, the Prestige series, says the company, “are the world’s first laptops powered by a 10th Gen Intel 6-core CPU and deliver at least 50% faster performance for a more fluid creative workflow, especially during multi-threaded processing.”

Fast data processing performance is among the top criteria that professional and amateur creators look for in today’s market. With the new 10th Gen Intel Core™ i7 processor, Prestige’s users can now simultaneously open and process multiple computer programs, enabling creators to use 2D or 3D software with ease, making these the most ideal laptops for creative individuals such as YouTubers, photographers, animators and composers.

Prestige series has TruePixel display

Performance with editing software such as Photoshop “is accelerated up to 40%, compared to its predecessor while using a certain filter”, according to MSI, while using Premiere, with the latest powerful NVIDIA GeForce GTX 16 Series graphics, the Prestige series gives an effortless rendering process and with 4K video previews,  and Prestige 15 can provide boost speeds up to four times faster.

The industry pioneering Prestige 14 and 15, feature not only the most powerful 10th Gen Intel Core i7 processor but also True Pixel display. Designed for professionals, MSI’s True Pixel display, features a 4K UHD resolution, True Color calibration for more precise color, 100% AdobeRGB wide color gamut to better represent the full range of colors, as well as guarantee industry-leading Delta-E<2 color accuracy, achieving true-to-life color display. All True Pixel displays are also CalMAN verified for the most accurate and precise visual representation, adds MSI.

MSI: new laptops for creators feature world’s first 10th Gen Intel 6-core processor

Ergonomic design

The Prestige series offers heavyweight performance and lightweight portability. All the latest technology fits perfectly in a slim and compact sandblasted aluminum chassis, the Prestige 14 and 15 incredibly weigh only 1.2kg and 1.6kg respectively. To provide the best creating experience, MSI puts itself in the creator’s shoes, taking the desires of users into account during the design process. The Prestige 14 and 15 are developed according to a precise ergonomic design, including an elevated keyboard and the 1.5mm longer key travel distance to provide better feedback. In addition to that, the screen can be laid to 180-degree flat for presenting works.

Cases come in a variety of color options to fit into the lifestyles of a wide range of individuals. Living up to its name, the Prestige series embodies the essence of the elite, and it is the result of meticulous design. The carbon grey chassis of Prestige 14 and 15 are festooned with stunning blue diamond-cut trimmings along the side, representing the spirit of minimalist creators while reflecting the competence of business users. A white chassis is coming soon, says MSI.

MSI: new laptops for creators feature world’s first 10th Gen Intel 6-core processor

Prestige 15 has 16 hours of battery live

Laptop users and creators are not merely attracted to computer processing power and screen size. MSI designed the Prestige series to be a clear winner in the untethered creativity race. The new battery design of Prestige 15 allows up to an incredible 16 hours of battery life, while Prestige 14 also gives up to 10 hours, according to MSI,  allowing users to indulge in non-stop productivity for an entire day without requiring a charger.

In terms of connections, the Prestige 14 and Prestige 15 both come with two Thunderbolt 3 ports, accelerated by the 10th Gen Intel core processor, enabling the most versatile port for fast data transfer. The Prestige series are also equipped with up to Wi-Fi 6, supporting 3 times faster wireless connectivity than the previous standard.

For those who are in pursuit of a livelier lifestyle, the stylish Modern 14, which aims for effortless mobility, is the best choice. The 14-inch Modern 14 compact metallic chassis weighs only 1.19kg, but is still able to offer the power and fully equipped input and output interface. Furthermore, The Modern 14 can also provide up to 10 hours of battery life. The long battery runtime lets users focus solely on their craft, undisturbed and uninterrupted.

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Do a 52-Week Photo Challenge to Improve Your Skills

You may have heard of the 52-Week Photo Challenge, but have you tried it out before? I committed myself to the challenge in 2014, and my photography skill set has greatly improved since then. Because of that, I want to share this with you.

What is the 52-Week Photo Challenge?

The challenge basically requires you to post a photo once a week and continue doing it for a total of 52 weeks, or a whole year.

How it Compares to the 365 Photo Challenge?

The 365-Day Photo Challenge (or Project 365) is another type of challenge — one that requires you to post a photo every day. However, I don’t favor that challenge.

If you are into that type of challenge, you are most likely going to shoot everything and anything accessible to you on that day, e.g. food, street, landscape, portrait, etc. so that you can stick to the challenge.

I want you to focus only on one type of photography genre, training yourself to the fullest. By doing so, you will experience a vast improvement in your work. You will learn to be familiar with different camera settings for different lighting and subjects. You will have a better idea of how to compose better. You will know how to edit the photo to produce the type of result that you want.

Besides that, a genre like landscape photography heavily relies on the weather. In the worst weather, you may not be able to return with any photos from a photo shoot. I don’t want you to compromise just for the sake of commitment.

On the other hand, a 52-Week Photo Challenge is more manageable, giving you more time to plan your shoot, take photos, and process them. Let’s focus on quality instead of quantity.

One Simple Rule

If you decide to take up the 52-Week Photo Challenge, I’m going to add a rule on it for you — a single word: variety.

Like I mentioned above, I want quality work, and I want you to get improved too. If you keep revisiting a single place and submit 52 photos of the same scene, how much do you think you can improve from that? Most likely not as much as you could.

You need to take photos in different locations, experience different shooting conditions (seascape, cityscape, fireworks, light trails, etc.), and use different shooting techniques. Only then can you greatly improve your photography skills.

Different types of shooting conditions help to train up your skill.

Tip #1: Compile a List of Shooting Locations

Don’t know where and what to photograph? Easy — follow a few photographers on social media, photographers whose work you like. From their work, you should have a better idea of what to photograph.

On top of that, you may also get inspiration on how they capture the photo and process them.

When I started the challenge, I used to collect locations into Evernote and label them using tags.

Tip #2: Plan your Shooting and Posting in Advance

Consider that you may need a few attempts to get a decent photo and take into account the time that is required to process the photo. It is better to plan your shooting and posting at least a week ahead, and if possible, try to get a few photos ready in advance. With that, you able ensure that there’s always a photo posted on every week, even though you are not free for any shooting/processing during that week.

Tip #3: Same Spot but Different Techniques/Composition

No plans to make a photography trip and you’ve run out of shooting locations? You can revisit the same places and try to get something different.

Different shooting techniques

The left photo is a standard landscape photo during blue hour, and I took the photo a few years ago.

The right photo was from my recent trip to Penang Island a few weeks ago. This time, I decided to capture a long exposure B&W photo here. With the help of 2 ND filters (ND1000 and ND64), I was able to use a slow shutter speed of 60 seconds, even though it was 9 a.m. morning. The 60-second shutter speed help to smoothen the seawater, adding a sense of calm to the photo, and the sunlight nicely lightened up the bridge.

Different time of day

For these two photos, the composition is the same, and it was actually from the same shooting session. The left photo was taken around 15 minutes before the right photo. However, the shooting conditions are different, and the processing of the two photos are different. One is slightly dimmer and focuses on the mood of the colorful sky and the street lights of the city. Another one is focusing on the blazing sunrise, creating a more refreshing look.

Different compositions

Again, two photos of the same scene but one of them was taken using a slightly unique composition.

Tip #4: Be kind to yourself

If you can’t make it in a particular week, don’t blame yourself. We are just human, and sometimes there may have an unforeseen circumstance that pulls us away from committing to the challenge. Just proceed to focus on the next posting, or you can choose to post two photos next week to fill in the gap. Your choice!

Good Luck

If you decide to take up the challenge, congrats on taking a first step in becoming a better photographer!

About the author: Grey Chow is a photographer based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The opinions expressed in this article are solely those of the author. You can find more of his work on his website, Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram. This article was also published here.

Think You’re Ready to Be a Professional Adventure Photographer?

Think You’re Ready to Be a Professional Adventure Photographer?

Got a hankering to get dirty? Ready to spend a couple of hundred nights a year out under the stars — in 20-below temperatures, wearing five jackets, with your hair frozen in front of your face? Prepared to go for a month without showering so the wolves won’t smell you?

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When a Tornado and Flash Flood Crash the Wedding You’re Shooting

Videographer Adam Grumbo was shooting a wedding in Austin, Texas, recently when a flash flood and tornado crashed the festivities and turned things upside down.

The weather report had been forecasting hints of rain on the big day, but things turned out to be much wetter and windier than anyone had expected.

“Colin and Kimberly had no idea what they were in for when they arrived at Pecan Springs Ranch in Texas,” Grumbo tells PetaPixel. “Swapping a few items around, made for an unusual timeline of a wedding day. Cocktail hour turned into 3 hours, and dinner soon after.

“Eventually the ceremony would happen, but not until after a tornado convinced planners to move it to midway through the reception. Everyone worked together to create a memorable and lovely wedding with a little excitement to boot!”

Here are photos of the venue before and after the flash flood occurred:

“Thank goodness for good weather sealing,” says Grumbo, who was shooting with a Canon 1DX Mark II and a Panasonic S1. “The cameras used are no worse for wear.

“They did a great job keeping the water out of the body, and are working great still! Quality equipment goes a long way.”

“When you start the day with 100 degrees and sunny and it ends with a flash flood and a tornado, you have to get creative to come away with some good images,” Grumbo says. “Luckily the bride and groom were rolling with the punches to create a wedding that no one will soon forget.”

Here’s the finished wedding day video that resulted:

“This has got to be the worst wedding, weather-wise, I have ever been to, and I have been to some terrible ones,” Grumbo says. “This is also probably the most amazing wedding I’ve seen, because of how all the vendors, the family and the couple came together to make the most of it.

“Kimberly and Colin and all the vendors pitched in to help, and the entire wedding party was nothing but smiles. Colin and Kimberly are some of the most pleasant, loving, and beautiful people you could ever hope to have on a day like this.

“I can’t think of too many people who would be faced with the fury of mother nature, and still be celebrating and laughing the night through. No one is going to forget this one.”

What’s Needed to Be Successful in Photography

What's Needed to Be Successful in Photography

We’ve all read the motivational quotes about creating work that matters and the 10,000 hours of practice to become an expert at something. This video gives us more than that and will make you understand the most important aspect of creating a life where you do what you love.

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A Timelapse of Earth Rotating Around the Milky Way

Photographer Aryeh Nirenberg made this 55-second time-lapse video that visualizes Earth’s rotation by fixing the Milky Way as the point of reference and having the landscape spin instead.

Nirenberg shot the photos a couple of years ago over a span of a few hours using a Sony a7S II and a Canon 24-70mm f/2.8 on an equatorial tracking mount. He shot 1,100 separate 10-second exposures (at f/2.8 and ISO 1600) with 12 seconds between each shot.

You can find more of Nirenberg’s work on his website, Instagram, YouTube, and 500px.

(via Aryeh Nirenberg via Colossal)

A Look at ‘Migrant Mother’, An Iconic Photo of the Great Depression

I’m Martin from the All About Street Photography channel and today I want to analyze an iconic image by photographer Dorothea Lange of a woman named Florence Owens Thompson. It’s known as Migrant Mother.

I am going to take a closer look at the composition as well as at the story behind the photograph.

The picture we’re looking at today is a portrait of Thompson with three kids taken in March of 1936 by Dorothea Lange with her 4×5 Graflex camera. One of the key factors that made the photograph so iconic is when it was taken. Lange had been making portraits in San Francisco since 1919 but the Great Depression in the 1930s made her leave her job to document the effects of the crisis such as homeless and unemployed people standing in the lines for bread.

Because of that, she was hired by the Resettlement Administration (later called the Farm Security Administration) that was created to relocate families that were struggling during the time of Great Depression to government land and to try to help people who were hit hardest by the crisis.

Lange was hired by the government to document the workers and conditions they worked in. The project was supposed to bring the political support for government aid.

Lange just finished her work and was on her way back home when she drove by the “Pea-Pickers Camp”. After going another 20 miles, she decided she had to turn back to check out the camp. There she saw a tent, women, and children.

“I saw and approached the hungry and desperate mother in the sparse lean-to tent, as if drawn by a magnet,” she said.

According to Lange, the woman was supposed to be with seven hungry children. Their father was Californian and they were stuck in the camp as they had been forced to sell their tires to buy food.

The identity of the woman wasn’t known for almost 40 years. Thompson was born in 1903 in Oklahoma, an Indian territory at that time. At the age of 17, she married Cleo Owens and when his family moved to California, she followed him. In 1931, her husband died from tuberculosis. She was pregnant with her sixth child at that time. Later she met Jim Hill and lived a life of traveling migrant workers in California.

When Dorothea Lange photographed Thompson, they were actually not living at the Pea-Pickers Camp. They just stopped for two days to fix their car. Her son Troy Owens said, “I don’t believe Dorothea Lange was lying, I just think she had one story mixed up with another. Or she was borrowing to fill in what she didn’t have.”

Or we can probably guess she used the story that was more appealing to the public and to the goal she wanted to accomplish.

Lange took 6 pictures and when we look at them the first one that she took is probably the only one that was not staged. After that, she probably talked to them and posed them to make a much better composition.

In the next shot, she decided not to include the older girl as the goal with the photographs was to elicit emotions and sympathy, and having too many children in the frame could be interpreted as poor family planning rather than an unfortunate situation. In the next shot, she also included an empty plate but it was probably too straightforward for expressing the situation. In the last frame, she finally got the image she wanted.

She figured that the mother’s expression is the key to the picture. She even let her point her hand to her face as she also did in her other portraits bring the attention there.

The look on her face can be interpreted in many ways, such as thinking about her uncertain future, but what makes this picture stand out when we compare it to the rest from the series is not what is included in the frame but rather what isn’t. We don’t know where the mother or children are looking or what is or isn’t there. All we see is the expression and the rest of the story is created in our imagination.

Lange even removed the thumb in lower right to “improve” the composition.

The photograph was immediately published in newspapers both locally and nationally in stories about thousands of starving migrants. 20,000 pounds of food was sent to the camp from the federal government, but by then, Thompson and her family already left.

The negatives were almost destroyed when someone at the San Jose Chamber of Commerce threw them in the dumpster, but they were saved and stored for 30 years. They were then were sold at auction for $296,000.

Neither Lange nor Thompson made any money from the piece. As Lange was working for the government, the photos became the property of the government. Nevertheless, the photo still helped them both.

For Dorothea Lange, the picture was very good for her reputation and helped her with her photography career. In 1983, Thompson had a stroke and when her children didn’t have money to cover the medical bills, they used her identity to raise $15,000 in donations. The donations helped with the bills but unfortunately soon after that, Florence Owens Thompson died at the age of 79 in 1983.

In 2006, an elementary school was named for her in Nipomo, California. Migrant Mother became the most iconic image of the 160,000 Dorothea Lange took to document the Great Depression.

About the author: Martin Kaninsky is a photographer, reviewer, and YouTuber based in Prague, Czech Republic. The opinions expressed in this article are solely those of the author. Kaninsky runs the channel All About Street Photography. You can find more of his work on his website, Instagram, and YouTube channel.

Sony Versus Fuji: Which Camera Has the Best Colors?

Sony Versus Fuji: Which Camera Has the Best Colors?

In this short video, videographer Max Yuryev puts the Sony a6400 and the Fuji X-T30 to the test to compare and see which one has the best colors straight out of the box.

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YES! Here is the excellent trailer for the first live action series in the Star Wars universe, THE MANDALORIAN!

The VFX are made by:
Industrial Light & Magic (VFX Supervisors: James Porter, Hayden Jones, John Knoll, Alex Prichard, Steve Moncur and Jose Burgos)
Image Engine

The Production VFX Supervisor is Richard Bluff.

Creator: Jon Favreau
Release Date: 12 November 2019 (Disney+)

© Vincent Frei – The Art of VFX – 2019

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