A great production house camera: A professional promotional film shot in Jordan with the Digital Bolex D16

Some have claimed that Digital Bolex's 16mm 2K cinema camera, the D16, is simply a "niche" camera. See: Philip Bloom's Review of the Digital Bolex D16 (Yes, Bloom loved it.) Joe Rubinstein's response: Philip Bloom Reviews the D16. A cell phone is a niche camera if you're using it for serious production. The D16…

Bolex LightPost from Pomfort a quick and powerful color grading tool for any cinemaDNG raw cinema camera

The team at Digital Bolex collaborated with Pomfort to create their own color grading software, LightPost, for their D16 camera. After using Adobe Camera Raw and Blackmagic's DaVinci Resolve on several projects, I would highly recommend getting LightPost if you are short on time and/or are overwhelmed by software complexity.…

Lara Logan’s 60 Minutes news style vs Tyler Stableford’s poetic style: What journalists can learn from a mountain climbing case-study in editing

There's no denying the success of CBS's 60 Minutes. It's the quintessential news magazine show that many of us aspire to attain in our own video journalism work. And when I first saw Lara Logan's "The ascent of Alex Honnold" (13:19), a story about Alex's insane free solo climbs, I was…
1 2 3