Archive for the ‘Technical’ Category

Sony F5 & F55 Test Footage

I was lucky enough to recently have the chance to do some hands on testing of the prototypes of the Sony > Read The Full Article

Editing with Avid Artist Color and Media Composer 6.5

While starting to test the Avid Artist Color control surface with Avid's Media Composer 6.5, we stumble onto the fact that the Artist Color is also a powerful editing tool. > Read The Full Article

“Loved Ones” TVC – Colour Grade in Resolve 9

The charity  for the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service is the first full project colour graded at The > Read The Full Article

“Loved Ones” TVC – Sound Design & Mix In Logic Pro 9

Logic Pro for Film & TV Mixing The Westpac Rescue Helicopter TV Commercial is the first project > Read The Full Article

“Loved Ones” TVC – Cinematography

A detailed, behind the scenes case study of shooting the charity TV commercial for the Westpac Rescue Helicopter using Super Slow Mo, a big Helicopter and DSLR lenses on the Sony FS700 > Read The Full Article

PreSonus Faderport Review

Is Less Really More...? In the analogue world there was always a direct link between the size of a mixing > Read The Full Article

Sony NEX FS700 Hands on Review

Look out for the full Westpac Rescue Helicopter Ad, as well as behind the scene articles on the Script > Read The Full Article

Advanced 3 Point Lighting – Part 1

Almost all lighting setups use the 3 point structure, even if you think you're not doing it. Understanding what's going on frees us from trial and error lighting and gives us more power to be creative with lighting choices. > Read The Full Article

EX1 Settings Download

Downloadable setup files for the EX1 including B-Log picture profiles. > Read The Full Article

Atomos Samurai Review

Atomos follows it's HDMI Ninja with the HD-SDI powerhouse Samurai in the the same shell. Giving a whole raft of professional cameras a new lease on life by adding the option of low-compression, 10-Bit ProRes 422 recording. We put the Samurai through it's paces in the field. > Read The Full Article