Monthly Archive: January 2013

Getting The Perfect Shot

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Tweet Sometimes you have to get down and dirty to get the perfect perspective while shooting video. This is something that we’ve come to expect while shooting on-location as we are constantly on the look out for interesting shots that help tell the client’s story.

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RAW vs. JPEG: Part 2 – Highlight Recovery

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Tweet       Before I dive into today’s test, it’s important to talk about a critical aspect of image capture: dynamic range. Both traditional film and modern digital imaging mediums have measurable dynamic range – or, to put it differently – they have dynamic range limitations. So what is dynamic range? Generally speaking, dynamic […]

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Creative vs. Technical

Creative vs. Technical Projects

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Tweet Almost all of the projects that our clients bring to us fall into one of two general categories. Knowing what category your project is in will help you gain a much better idea of it’s projected trajectory, timeline, and overall cost. In the first category, we have what we call the “technical” projects. These […]

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RAW vs. JPEG: Part 1 – Shadow Recovery

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Tweet     Yesterday we had a few other photographers stop by the studio for a discussion on lighting equipment and techniques. Lurking in the background was a related topic – deciding what file format to record in. Choosing a file format means you are choosing how much information you are recording while shooting. In […]

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