New Canon 6D Mark II and EOS Rebel SL2 cameras

Canon just announced the new 6D Mark II and EOS Rebel SL2 Each model boasts significant upgrades over its predecessors. They both will be shipping around Mid July.

Its great to have more camera options and as they are from Canon should make great images!
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Cinematography versus Photography

difference between Cinematographer and photographer

Cinematography is the art and technology of motion-picture photography. A Cinematographer is also know as a Director of Photography and can be shortened to DP or DOP.

The differences between photography and cinematography are many. A single photograph can be a complete work in itself, where as a cinematographer has to work with the director to craft multiple shots that serve the story and keep a consistent look within the scene.
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Secret to making a great Video

Secrets to better videos

What is the secret to making a great video? A great cameraman.
While having all the gear you will need on set is always that best option, Gear does not make the cameraman, the cameraman makes the gear. Don’t forget Gear is good, but vision, know-how and creativity is better.
If you know how to properly use your gear, you can produce beautiful work. Does using professional camera gear perform better? Yes. But simply having the best camera isn’t enough you need to know-how to use it.
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Phone Photography Tips for better photos

Take better photos with your smartphone

Phone photography means freedom and capturing special moments with family and friends. It may be tricky at first to get a good shot, but here are some tips to help improve your photography. Remember the best camera is always the one you have with you.
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Red One, Epic and Scarlet resolution and frame sizes

The latest Epic camera from Red is unbelievably versatile. It can shot stop frame work all the way to 300 frames per second. This allows you to do shots that just weren’t possible on almost any other camera ever made.

This chart shows currently support resolutions for Red cameras – Red One, Epic and Scarlet, as well as the maximum frame rate and compression for the resolutions.  Its amazing being able to shoot 300 frames per second on my Epic(at a resolution of 2K – which is higher resolution than most Broadcast TV cameras)

If you want a DP/cameraman and a great Epic Kit www.sydneycameraman.net.au