A lot of gear we all gawp over — maybe even most of it — is surplus to requirements. But, some gear ends up being essential. What equipment is first in your bag in 2020?
The Canon 1D X Mark III is quite the quantum leap forward from the already capable Mark II, with one of the most noteworthy features being the inclusion of 5.5K raw video at 60 fps using the full width of the sensor. If you are interested in the 1D X Mark III for your own video work, this excellent review will show you what you can expect from the 1080p, 4K, and 5.5K raw video capabilities in the camera.
You’ve probably seen many YouTubers using expensive and pro gear when shooting their content. However, if you are new to YouTube, you can achieve pro results with gear costing less than $1,000.
How do the big movie production companies get us to believe the scene is taken in one long shot when memory cards get full and film runs out? This video shows 4 ways of making the viewer believe it’s shot this way in movies such as Academy Award Winning “1917,” and maybe you could use it too.
We decided to film a commercial for our neighborhood in Puerto Rico. It was much more difficult than we expected.
Kodak may have filed for bankruptcy in 2012, but Hollywood movie directors and their fervor for shooting on 35mm and 65mm film is giving the company a new lease of life.
Chinese camera accessories brand Benro and American audio gear manufacturer Saramonic partnered and introduced a new series of content creation kit that turns your camera or smartphone into a mobile studio: Roadieographer.
I have spent the last four months working on a YouTube channel. Despite two-step authentication, I had my channel stolen. Here is what has happened and how it has been dealt with by Google.
More and more clients are looking for options with photography and video services bundled together. If you shoot one or the other, chances are you have been asked if you could capture both on their special day. I sure have. So, how do you shoot both on the same day?