Our annual coverage of the art of aerial cinematography sees more R&D and greater demands on what aerial can achieve
The tech side of sports broadcast is constantly evolving with New ways to engage fans and different movement options for broadcast
For the first time, a major natural history series has been streamed; but what were the requirements to make it look better than traditional broadcast?
The SoCal trade show is once again upon us. Here’s our show preview
A new documentary will feature jetmen with strapped-on wings, flying at fixed wing speeds – but capturing the flight is just part of the story.
Ever since DJI bought Hasselblad we’ve been waiting for bigger sensors for the drone market. Now here’s the Zenmuse X7 camera.
Is it a question one of ‘one or the other’ or is it more complicated than that? David Baillie asks the question.
ITV’s popular police drama Vera has also been championed for its cinematography; the Darkwater episode is a great example.
When movie superstar Tom Cruise signed on to The Mummy 2017, major changes happened; one of those was the actioning of a huge zero-gravity sequence
It isn’t just Ben Kenobi’s name that is surprising but also his rise to his current drone operator status from where he started – the NHS
When an Oscar-winning DOP shoots a film on drones with only one aerial shot you know times are changing
As natural history programmes increasingly base their cinematic sequences on the narrative, what part of the moviemaking box of tricks should you be looking to use?