RECAP: Adobe MAX 2020 – Day 1


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Yesterday marked the first day of Adobe MAX 2020, this year taking place entirely online and free to access for all. I’ve been lucky enough to be invited to cover the event the past two years and this time was no different (although obviously, from the comfort of my apartment).

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This year, as the format allows for more focus on it, I’m hoping to really dig deep into the sessions and labs but obviously will try to give those of you unable to “attend” a good sense of what’s going on during the three-day event. Some of the links to

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Remembering the Cinematography of the Late Michael Chapman


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In honor of the late Michael Chapman, let’s explore the high contrast and bright colors of the acclaimed cinematographer behind Taxi Driver and Raging Bull.

DJI Levels Up the Stabilizer Game Again with the RS 2 and RSC 2


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Two new camera stabilizers for you to drool over as you debate on which one to get. Let’s take a look. DJI has released two new camera …

Mandalorian Miniatures: How ILM Combined Classic Special Effects, 3D Printing, and Modern VFX


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The Mandalorian turns to a tried-and-true special effect — hand-crafted miniature models. Here’s how they did it. While you’ve likely seen the hundreds of articles on how …

The Auteur Cinematography of “Peter Andrews” a.k.a. Steven Soderbergh


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Steven Soderbergh has found an under-the-radar way to hone his cinematography while cementing his auteur filmmaker status.

The Auteur Cinematography of “Peter Andrews” a.k.a. Steven Soderbergh


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Steven Soderbergh has found an under-the-radar way to hone his cinematography while cementing his auteur filmmaker status.

The Auteur Cinematography of “Peter Andrews” a.k.a. Steven Soderbergh


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Steven Soderbergh has found an under-the-radar way to hone his cinematography while cementing his auteur filmmaker status.

EVOLVING YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY INTO CINEMATOGRAPHY. Episode 02 – Time, Movement & Editing


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The goal of this educational series is to provide inspiration on how you can successfully transition your photography into cinematography.  Often, when photographers start working with a video camera, they can misplace the voice they’ve worked so hard to develop in photography.  The energy of their typical practice somehow gets lost in the translation to [Read More]

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Understanding the Critical Importance of the Camera Operator


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Let’s take a look into the art of camera operating by examining what a film looks like without one. Here’s why the camera operator’s role is so …

Understanding the Critical Importance of the Camera Operator


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Let’s take a look into the art of camera operating by examining what a film looks like without one. Here’s why the camera operator’s role is so …

Irix Cine Lenses Now in RF Mount


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Irix reacted quickly to the popularity of the RF mount which is now available to their entire cinema lens line consisting of 11, 15, 45, and 150mm primes.

Lighting Comedy and Creating Kitsch with Robert Yeoman


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Discover how cinematographer Robert Yeoman keeps his comedies light and helped develop Wes Anderson’s quirky aesthetic. Dive in!

Lighting Comedy and Creating Kitsch with Robert Yeoman


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Discover how cinematographer Robert Yeoman keeps his comedies light and helped develop Wes Anderson’s quirky aesthetic. Dive in!

EVOLVING YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY INTO CINEMATOGRAPHY. Part 1 of 5.


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The goal of this educational series is to provide inspiration on how you can successfully transition your photography into cinematography.  Often, when photographers start working with a video camera, they can misplace the voice they’ve worked so hard to develop in photography.  The energy of their typical practice somehow gets lost in the translation to [Read More]

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Take Back the Power: Cinematography with Charlotte Christensen


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How Charlotte Bruus Christensen uses her cinematography to empower strong characters, develop signature looks, and create sound in her images.

Take Back the Power: Cinematography with Charlotte Christensen


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How Charlotte Bruus Christensen uses her cinematography to empower strong characters, develop signature looks, and create sound in her images.

Irix Develops New Generation of Polarized Filter


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Photographic and cinema lens and accessory manufacturer, Irix, has introduced their new Irix Edge Circular Polarizer SR filter with some clever new technology that sets it apart from regular polarizer filters.

A Third Fujinon Premista Zoom


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Fujinon has finally announced the latest addition to their Large Format Cine Zoom lineup: the Fujinon Premista 19-45mm T2.9. Fuji’s newest cine zoom is a short, lightweight wide-angle 19-45mm T2.9 zoom lens. Just like the 28-100mm T2.9 and the 80-250mm T2.9-3.5, the Premista 19-45mm produces images with natural and beautiful bokeh, outstanding high resolution, accurate […]

Roundtable Interview: Creating Successful YouTube Videos


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Creating a successful YouTube channel is the easiest thing ever, and it’s the hardest thing ever. Here are some insights from four YouTubers who are making it …

Roundtable Interview: Creating Successful YouTube Videos


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Creating a successful YouTube channel is the easiest thing ever, and it’s the hardest thing ever. Here are some insights from four YouTubers who are making it …