GH2 hack has now been released. For the latest click here (http://www.eoshd.com/content/tag/hack) If you are wondering where our GH2 hack is by now, you are not alone. Now Vitaliy Kiselev has updated us on what the next steps are to be.
[vimeo]23921424[/vimeo] My friends Sally and Ben got married Pagan style last week in Derbyshire, England. This was originally going to be my Warp Stabiliser project, all shot handheld (via the GH2’s built in EVF) with one lens (Voigtlander 25mm F0.95).
Whether you are a videographer, cinematographer or photographer – what your images SAY is the most important aspect of any artistic endeavour.
[vimeo]13147636[/vimeo] Samsung have just released a photo showing new prototype cameras.
[vimeo]23732826[/vimeo] Sam Morgan Moore has launched his Half Inch Rails S2 camera support. Watch the great summary above. The main reason I like DSLRs is because they’re small and flexible and it made no sense to me to see all these huge one-purpose rigs coming out recently that basically took your nimble digital cinema camera and turned into a heavy ENG camera in need of 3 pairs of hands just to pick up.
Looking back at my photography I think over half of the shots I really treasure are from my iPhone, which is quite amazing for a fixed lens camera with a tiny sensor and no manual control.
In a new interview with Photography Blog, Panasonic talk G series. The new $699 G3 kit will be released this summer and features the much needed aluminium body. Would like to see this on the GH3.
British film director Richard Jobson, the ex-punk singer behind Converge is to direct the sequel to Quadrophenia.
[vimeo]23395345[/vimeo] I am using a Canon 600D in this article – for 600D you can substitute 7D, 60D or 550D – they have the same image. Download the new and updated (MGA Apple Color and LUT Buddy compatible) colour correction LUT s-curve from Technicolor
[vimeo]23042151[/vimeo] This is an ingenious manipulation of the Panasonic LA7200 anamorphic adapter, on the Canon 5D Mark II. The LA7200 works well at wide angles, especially on crop sensor cameras but at fast apertures, with close focus and on full frame DSLRs like the 5D Mark II it isn’t really usable since it isn’t a focussing anamorphic like the Iscorama and you get a blurry image.