The good folks at Vox spends a little over four minutes to explain lensflare, take a look at its history and its role as a cinematic phenomenon.
Scuba diver Steve Underwood got tired of searching for a tripod for underwater camera use. So he made a Pakpod. In Steves own words: “I searched far and wide for a tripod I could anchor, adjust, and aim while holding my breath at sixty feet. One that could stand its ground in white water – and be […]
Using rotating tools to make pan or tilt shots is often the easiest and most affordable way to add captive motion to shots. The rotational devices are usually lighter and especially smaller than sliders and jibs. Recommended: Mediarena camera rotation tools comparison table Mediarena motorized sliders guide Be advised to use motion sparingly in finished […]
Motion can add extra production value to your shots. The following table compare the specs for the tools for pan (and tilt) camera motion. Also recommended: Mediarena camera rotation tools guide / Mediarena motorized sliders guide Notes To make it into this list the device has to weigh less than 500 grams and cost less than $500. The original Syrp Genie […]
An intervalometer is a device commonly used to signal, in accurate time intervals, the operation of some other device. This is often done for a time-lapse series. It may also be used to take, or begin taking, picture(s) after a set delay. Other names include interval meter, interval timer and timer remote. This guide walks through the most common intervalometers on the […]