Press text: Sony VENICE High Frame Rate will come up to 4K 120fps

By SonyAlpha Admin

Sony VENICE High Frame Rate will come up to 4K 120fps Firmware Version 4.0 Introduces New Optional HFR License Speeds up to 120fps at 4K 2.39:1, and 60fps at 6K 3:2, Advanced Remote-control Functionalities, and Cooke/i3 and Zeiss Extended Metadata Support January 31, 2019:Sony will be upgrading the capabilities of ⟳ continue…

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Using a Sony A7S for a feature: What it really takes to get your Indie film into a cinema

Listen To My Interview On Indie Film Hustle About My Feature Film SHADOWS ON THE ROAD

By Noam Kroll

I was recently interviewed by Alex Ferrari for his incredible filmmaking podcast Indie Film Hustle. Over the course of the interview, Alex asked me all about my experience making and releasing my feature film Shadows On The Road, which was made for $12,000 with a crew of 4.

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Will this lens cover this sensor?” CVP’s Lens Coverage & Camera Comparison Tool

By Newsshooter

CVP has launched a new visual online tool to help calculate lens coverages when paired with various cameras and resolutions taking out the guesswork when preparing for a job and choosing…

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91st Oscars Production Team Welcomes New Faces, Includes Veterans Lighting Designer Robert Dickinson Marks His 30th Oscars Telecast

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LOS ANGELES

Producers Donna Gigliotti and Glenn Weiss announced 11 key members of the production team for the 91st Oscars®, which will air live on Sunday, February 24, on ABC. It was previously announced that Weiss would be returning as director for his fourth consecutive year, while sharing…

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Leica launches limited edition versions of three classic M lenses

Limited edition versions of the Leica APO-Summicron-M 50 mm F2 ASPH, Summaron-M 28 mm F5.6 and Summilux-M 28 mm F1.4 ASPH lenses have been announced for the Leica M rangerfinder series, with alternative finishes, red markings and different materials setting them out from ⟳ continue…

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Jump-start Your Career with These Five Big Screenwriting Competitions

By Jo Light

Screenwriting competitions can provide the jumping-off point for major writing and directing careers.

Maybe you’re like Evan Daugherty, and you just need the help of a competition like Script Pipeline. The competition took his winning script Snow White & the Huntsman to a manager, and the project was later sold to ⟳ continue…

From:: No Film School

Researchers recover photos from a USB drive that spent a year frozen in seal poop

Seals at Cape Cross, Namibia — Joachim Huber

A USB flash drive recovered from frozen seal scat has been reunited with its owner, according to New Zealand’s National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA). The organization revealed its findings in a post ⟳ continue…

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Photography project ‘Selfie Harm’ tasked teens with editing their portraits for social media

Photography project ‘Selfie Harm’ tasked teens with editing their portraits for social media

Photographs by Rankin used with permission.

A new photography project called ‘Selfie Harm‘ from British photographer Rankin tasked 15 teenagers with editing portraits of themselves until they believed the images ⟳ continue…

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Obscura 2 app updates interface, adds new histogram visualizer and keyboard shortcuts

Obscura 2, an iOS camera app developed by Ben McCarthy, has released an update that adds a histogram visualizer, iPad keyboard shortcuts, a redesigned image viewer and more.

The most obvious change in the updated is the new image viewer interface. Now, the ⟳ continue…

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‘Child’s Play’: Killer Doll Returns in First Teaser That Shows How to Reinvent a Remake

By Erik Luers

‘We’ll be friends till the end.’

The first teaser trailer for the upcoming remake of Child’s Play has dropped this morning and, while it feels somewhat familiar (yes, a sweet-appearing killer doll is back on the loose ready to wreak havoc and ramp up the body count), it looks like it’s ⟳ continue…

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‘Pick up a Camera… Get Your Friends Together and Make a Movie’: 10 Tips from Lynn Shelton

By Jason Hellerman

How can you become the next indie auteur? Listen to Lynn Shelton and… make a bunch of stuff.

Lynn Shelton is a director and actress, known for Humpday (2009), Laggies (2014), Your Sister’s Sister (2011), and a whole bunch of other movies and TV you can view on her IMDB ⟳ continue…

From:: No Film School

How to Write a TV Pilot: Free Drama Pilot Seminar (Week Four)

By Jason Hellerman

You’re halfway through. Surprise us. Show us why we should finish reading.

Welcome to week four of the Free Drama Pilot Writing Seminar. It’s time to harken back to the problems you planted in Act I and begin to wrap up the storylines you opened in Act II. This ⟳ continue…

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Sweetheart (Sundance 2019 Review)

By Graham Sheldon

The fishy love interest from Shape of Water has an evil cousin, and he’s here to eat you and all your millennial friends. Sweetheart is part survival, part creature feature, dripping with throwbacks to the the decade when this subgenre dominated sleepover nightmares.

Image Credit: Sundance Institute

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A strange but oddly familiar new world

By noreply@redsharknews.com (David Shapton)

LG Wave Display

ISE is show for the AV and installation industry in Amsterdam that’s so big it literally doubles the price of hotels throughout the city. We go there because it’s hard to stay away from the weird and wonderful stuff they have on display

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    From:: RedShark News