Warning: Camera speed is out of control. The need for 75 fps is limited – The Phoblographer | Episode Movies

The camera industry has been in a megapixel race for years. But there’s another spec that makes companies boast of rights: burst speed. With 50 megapixels no longer uncommon, focus seems to have turned to how fast a camera can capture these high-resolution images. The Sony a9 stunned with 20fps shots – only to later … Read more

Studio 519 brings access back to ABQ – The Paper. | Episode Movies

Published on July 26, 2022 at 3:09 p.m “We spent a couple of years in purgatory,” admits Joseph Lynch, PEG (Public, Education and Government) Access Coordinator for the City of Albuquerque. It refers to the city’s occasionally notorious public-access television system. In 2011, after 30 years of operating Albuquerque’s public-access Channel 27 and Encantada Channel … Read more

Photographer Captures Downtown San Antonio in a Strange New Light – San Antonio Express-News | Episode Movies

Haunted neon lights hover over a nighttime shot of the Aztec Theater in downtown San Antonio by photographer Erik Gustafson, while similarly haunted images of the Alamo, Frost Tower, Torch of Friendship and Tower of the Americas coalesce into a single image as a surreal picture postcard. There are also black and white portraits of … Read more

Avatar is remastered at high frame rate – but your current 4K TV can’t handle it – TechRadar | Episode Movies

James Cameron’s 2009 sci-fi epic Avatar is getting a remaster high frame rate (HFR), along with his 1997 film Titanic. This announcement comes from Pixelworks, developers of TrueCut Motion technology used to transform the director’s signature blockbusters for a return to cinemas. “We’re bringing Avatar and Titanic back to the big screen looking better in … Read more

Multiple Looks, One Vision: Behind the Cinematography of “Irma Vep” – IndieWire | Episode Movies

Yorick Le Saux and Denis Lenoir tell IndieWire about their collaboration with Olivier Assayas to reinterpret his twisted satire of filmmaking. Call it a remake, reboot, or rethink, the Irma Vep series on HBO is all meta. Start with Louis Feuillade’s 1915 French series about a criminal gang, Les Vampires; Jump eight decades into the … Read more

Kodak Step instant camera review – Tech Advisor | Episode Movies

At a glance expert rating advantages Multiple shooting modes Compact, lightweight design Option to save recordings to microSD Disadvantages Disappointing photo quality Our verdict Like other Zink cameras, the Kodak Step is a bit let down by its photo and print quality, which doesn’t quite match Instax competitors. It’s more compact and portable than those … Read more

Dandelion Festival Inverness – first cast – Folk Radio UK | Episode Movies

After the success of opening this summer Dandelion Festival GlasgowThe organizers are delighted to announce the first acts to take the stage during the Inverness Festival this September (Friday 2nd to Sunday 4th September) will feature a Scottish singer/songwriter king creosote, rock, funk, soul and hip hop group Tanks and the Bangas from New Orleans, … Read more

“Nope” is Jordan Peele’s first use of IMAX cameras. So it upgraded the horror film. – Business Insider Africa | Episode Movies

Jordan Peele’s latest film Nope proves once again the Oscar-winning writer-director’s talent as his UFO horror topped the box office in its opening weekend, leaving fans debating its hidden meanings. But what “Nope” has over Peele’s two previous directing credits is its looks. Peele is the youngest filmmaker to direct a film shot on IMAX’s … Read more

“Nope” is Jordan Peele’s first use of IMAX cameras. So it upgraded the horror film. – Yahoo News | Episode Movies

Daniel Kaluuya as OJ and Keke Palmer as Em in Nope.Universal images “Nope” marks the first time Jordan Peele shot a film with IMAX cameras. Bruce Markoe, head of post-production at IMAX, spoke to Insider about how Peele made it happen. “When the picture first came out on screen, there was … an audible gasp,” … Read more

Folk Show: Episode 122 – Folk Radio UK | Episode Movies

While this week’s Folk Show focuses heavily on traditional and contemporary folk music from the British Isles and Ireland, there are some lovely excursions to the US and Quebec. The show opens with a composer and multi-instrumentalist Cerys Hafanabest known for the triple harp. We have several tracks from Dublin artists including the singer, multi-instrumentalist … Read more