Articles tagged "video-making"

Ricoh launches Theta+ Video app for iPhone

Ricoh Imaging has announced THETA+ Video for Apple's iPhone. The app allows for editing of 360° footage and time-lapse videos that have been captured with one of Ricoh's THETA cameras. You can trim video clips, choosing from four viewing formats including Little Planet, which "projects" the video on a small planet floating in space, and apply 10 different filters. Read more on connect.dpreview.com

4K video: What you need to know

If you've been shopping for a camera recently you've probably seen the term '4K video' plastered on shop displays and even written on the labels stuck on the front of products. 4K is a new video format that offers considerably higher resolution than standard HD, and even if you're not someone who's particularly interested in shooting video, you shouldn't completely ignore 4K. We've put together an article explaining why. Read more

The Long Journey of 'The Long Night': Tim Matsui's work to document underage sex trafficking in the US

We spoke with photographer and multimedia artist Tim Matsui last year about the making of his feature documentary, The Long Night. A year later the film has won some of the top awards in photojournalism and the work hasn't stopped for Matsui. We caught up with him again to discuss what it took to make and distribute this film and what comes next for him. Read more

Digital Cameras & Video: A Beginner's Guide

Over the last few years the line between the once totally separate worlds of video and stills photography has been getting gradually more blurred. This article aims to explain all.

Quick Guide to Video Lighting
So modern digital video cameras are so good at high ISO sensitivities that you don't need to use lights? Experienced director and camera operator Evan Pugh argues that the truth is quite the opposite. Here's his quick guide to lighting for DSLR video.