So you want to be a cinematographer. Why not? After all you have a DSLR, or cell phone, or GoPro capable of recording footage. How hard can it be to use that technology to capture video?You need spend no more than 10 or 15 minutes reviewing shaky, out of focus and uninspiring clips on Facebook and YouTube to realize that taking good video footage is about more than just having the prerequisite technology.Similar to stock photography, creating good stock footage is about quality and concept. The good... continue reading
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The Micro Four Thirds system (MFT or M4/3) is released by Olympus and Panasonic in 2008. The image sensor measures 18 mm × 13.5 mm (22.5 mm diagonal). Size of this sensor is a perfect harmonious relationship between small sensors (which are mostly used with mobile phones and some classic amateur compact camera 6.2 mm x 4.6 mm, 7.7 mm diagonal) and the larger 35 mm full frame sensors (35 mm x 24 mm, 43 mm diagonal).The size of the micro 4/3 sensor allows the... continue reading
It's not that long since I've stepped into the "airborned" league purchasing a drone. Starting way before that moment i was attracted by the concept of "having wings" that allows you to see the world from that unique angle, things we only experienced on the big screen until few years back. So, fast forward until today, here we are standing in front of a huge market that offers something for almost every pocket for you to start a new visual journey.My very first advice for your first steps into... continue reading
I was thinking about the world war movies when this thought struck me about some difference between photography and video on the world war. Of course besides world war, we can relate this two subjects together almost frequently to always if its news related.Having seen black and white clips and movies of war, it showed cruelty and gore. It shows how the story unfolds and how progress was made with each passing second.On the other yet, a photograph brought about a more engaging interaction... continue reading
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