Dale Baskin

Dale Baskin

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Works as a Photographer/Filmmaker/Writer
Joined on Sep 9, 2014

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Intro to drones part I: Drone basics

Unsure of how to get started with drone photography? In this article, the first of a three-part series, we walk you through the basics of a drone system.

Behind the scenes at Canon's new Burbank Technology and Support Center

On July 12, Canon opened its newest Technology and Support Center, designed to serve the motion picture industry, in Burbank, CA. DPReview got a sneak peak and takes you behind the scenes.

Are the NLE wars beginning to heat up?

Weeks after Blackmagic cut the price of DaVinci Resolve, Avid has released 'Media Composer First,' a free version of its industry-leading nonlinear editing (NLE) software. Is it worth considering?

Lucid VR begins sales of its LucidCam 3D VR camera

The 3D VR camera launched through a crowdfunding campaign in 2015 goes on sale beginning June 26.

Hands-on with the Fujinon MK50-135mm T2.9 cine lens

Fujifilm recently unveiled the second in its series of affordable cine lenses, the MK50-135mm T2.9. We got our hands on it for a couple days and took it for a spin.

The Kennel Club 2017 photo contest winners are cute as h*ck

We present to you the top photos from the Kennel Club's 2017 Dog Photographer of the Year photo contest – take a look at 10 of the award-winning puppers.

Is 8K the resolution at which convergence finally matters?

In this video, Vincent Laforet explains why the RED 8K Weapon camera has mostly replaced his still cameras, and it's not all about resolution.

Kodak has a great glossary of film and video terms

Dupe, Dupe Negative is not a pop song, and Newton's Rings are not NASA's next destination. If you've ever wondered what all that film terminology means, Kodak has you covered.

Technique: The 'Dolly Zoom' can add new dimension to your video

The dolly zoom was made famous by Alfred Hitchcock, and has been used in films like Jaws and Goodfellas. What is it, and how does it work?

Filmmaker who lost an eye replaces it with a working camera

It sounds like science fiction, but it's for real. It can even stream video. It also raises a few questions about privacy issues.