The RED VistaVision camera was pushed through development to be used on the new Guardians of the Galaxy movie. DOP Henry Braham wanted a particular crispness and a colour for this strange family drama
Daphne Du Maurier’s bitter 19th century tale of lost love, deception and greed meets 21st century digital cinematography: and it looks great
The hugely successful Netflix series House Of Cards is now in its fifth season. But shooting practices are still derived from Season One with some strict dos and don’ts
Canon has eyed the massive increase in high-end TV drama and film production and wants a slice of it. Welcome to the Canon EOS C700.
A Cure for Wellness is a beautifully made movie that uses all that cinema is good at to play with your mind and assault your senses, gradually leading you on a downwards spiral of graphic horror
DoP Philippe Rousselot talks about how his shooting vision for Fantastic Beasts was based in reality in order to make the fantastical leap out from the grimey streets of New York
Planet Earth II, this time it’s personal. Or this time it’s not so much about the grandeur from above but about the experience on the ground
In an exclusive article, head DOP Ben Joiner explains what has changed and why in shooting Amazon’s The Grand Tour.
An accidental meeting between Tony Davis of Tessive and the VP of Technology at Sony introduced synthetic shutter technology to Ang Lee’s 120fps movie, Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk, just when they were wondering how they were ever going to show the movie
The VariCam LT is the smaller and cheaper version of the 35, but as it has the same sensor, it has theunique dual ISO performance that is catching the attention of low-light productions
The new issue of Definition Magazine is now out with stories from Planet Earth II, Fantastic Beasts, Wildlife Confessions, The Grand Tour and much, much more...
Because no-one, ever, in the history of journalism, has ever made a joke about Canon’s name – ever – it’s tempting to say that you need big guns to take aim at Arri’s Amira. The announcement of Canon’s C700 can be seen as little else, however, all (terrible) joking aside.