Mediarena has just added a range of tees for the YouTubers. YouTubers are people who love YouTube. Some contribute with content themselves and have risen to the level of being internet celebrities due to the popularity of their videos. Those achieving success are sometimes referred to as YouTube personalities or YouTube celebrities. Hop on over to […]
In the second episode of “Ski Photography 101”, photographer and director Corey Rich continues to delve into the methodology he has relied on to create dynamic ski and snowboard pictures for over a decade.
When the media company Droneworks Studios travel for assignments they usually travel big. Sometimes they bring with them more than 20 large, stuffed, heavy cases containing big batteries and lots of valuables. In this video co-owner Justin Oakes gives lots of tips on how to travel at this scale.
A good headlamp should be part of the kit of every photographer. Mediarena has mapped out the best headlamps for photographers. To qualify as an indispensable photographer’s tool, the head mounted illuminator must tick the following boxes: Not too big or heavy Built in USB charging Replaceable battery/batteries Red «night light» Some weather resistance As […]
Electronic news-gathering (ENG) is a broadcast news industry description of television producers, reporters and editors making use of electronic video and audio technologies for gathering and presenting news. The term was commonly used in the television news industry in the 1980s and 1990s, but it has since been less frequently used as the technology has […]
Shoot move shoot is a technique used in time-lapse photography. Setting the camera in motion is a popular technique to add drama to time-lapse sequences. The purpose of the shoot move shoot technique is to avoid motion blur that might present itsself in the shot if the camera was in motion. Simply explained, as time-lapses are […]
Moco is short for “motion control,” which involves using a machine to move a camera. Motion control with moco devices is popular with time-lapsing, often with the camera on a slider, as it allow for motion only possible when programmed. Programmable motion control can also be used to exactly repeat a shot.