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Exploring Infrared Cinematography

Posted about 1 year Ago

Infrared cinematography opens up a whole new spectrum of light not visible to the unaided eye. This has the potential to give otherwise ordinary scenes a surreal and dream-like appearance. In this article, we explore several of the unique applications and technical hurdles.

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Understanding REDlogFilm and REDgamma

Posted about 1 year Ago

REDlogFilm and REDgamma are options in REDCINE-X that affect how digital values are translated into visible tones. This article delves into how these and other gamma settings work, along with how they can be used to simplify post-production—regardless of whether this is with quick dailies or manually-graded feature films.

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Upscaled 1080P vs Native 4K

Posted about 1 year Ago

Upscaling attempts to utilize higher resolution displays without higher resolution content. In this article, we compare how low resolution, upscaled and native high resolution content appear, along with discussing the motivations behind each solution.

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High Dynamic Range Video with HDRx

Posted over 1 year Ago

High dynamic range (HDR) imaging is a powerful technique that combines multiple exposures into a single frame that encompasses the brightness range of the entire set. This has been an established technique with stills photography, but has only recently emerged as a possibility with motion capture—where the applications are even more expansive.

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Chroma Subsampling Techniques

Posted over 1 year Ago

Video compression is commonly thought of as being unique to digital, but it’s also been around since the early days of analog. Compression has just become more sophisticated since then. In this article, we will take a look back at one early strategy in particular: 4:2:2, 4:1:1 and 4:2:0 chroma subsampling.

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ISO Speed Revisited

Posted over 1 year Ago

Most are familiar with how ISO controls a camera’s sensitivity to light and susceptibility to film grain. However, ISO has other consequences with digital, and its implementation often varies. This article explores how ISO is evolving and influencing camera technique in the digital era.

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Motion Capture at 4K and Beyond

Posted over 1 year Ago

High resolution capture is beneficial even when the output resolution is reduced. These benefits include better image quality, but also extend to less familiar areas including creative flexibility, post-production, prints and future-proofing. This article summarizes how each of these aspects is influenced.

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Intro to Slow Motion Video

Posted over 1 year Ago

Slow motion video can provide new and interesting views of otherwise everyday events. This enhances their emotional impact, but also pushes the technical abilities of a camera system. In this article we’ll provide a background on how slow motion works in addition to discussing best practices.

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Black Shading Calibration

Posted over 1 year Ago

Black shading maximizes image quality by ensuring that pixel sensitivity remains consistent throughout an image. The technique has been used for a variety of high-end applications in digital capture over the years. In this article, we’ll discuss when this is beneficial and how it is applied.

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Shooting Video For Stills

Posted over 1 year Ago

High resolution video has now surpassed the detail necessary for professional-sized prints. Techniques that make it easier to pull stills from video are therefore becoming increasingly important. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at the best practices and possibilities.

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