NewTek’s TriCaster takes its talents to the NBA’s Miami HEAT for HEATV
The Miami HEAT is one of the most exciting franchises in the NBA.
Director/producer David Fincher and DP Eigil Bryld shoot Netflix’s first original series, House of Cards
When Netflix made a recent deal to bring Disney movies to its streaming service, it was hailed as a "game changer."
All Creatures Are Great And Small
Using RED EPICs and 3ality rigs, cinematographer Newton Thomas Sigel and digital previs company The Third Floor create colossal images for Jack the Giant Slayer
Giants have been with us always—in the annals of fantasy storytelling, that is.
America’s biggest and best film festival tries to remain relevant in a changing industry
For independent film, it's the best of times and the worst of times.
In the first of our series of profiles on the new generation of leading creative professionals, HDVP talks with cinematographer Laura Merians about how she layers both practical and VFX into her work
Laura Merians recently returned from Iceland, where she shot a music video with the internationally popular Icelandic band Sigur Rós.
Welcome To Portlandia
Director Jonathan Krisel, DP Bryce Fortner and production designer Tyler Robinson bring the city to life
Ironically, what goes on behind the camera on IFC's Portlandia juxtaposes the vibe the show itself gives off to audiences expertly.
Cinema Lens Special
ARRI and Carl Zeiss unveil Master Anamorphic lenses
Anamorphic lenses have been around a long time, and for filmmakers and cinematographers looking to give their films a true epic look and feel, they're often the go-to choice.
Hold That Tiger
Cinematographer Claudio Miranda, ASC, helps bring an “unfilmable” book to the big screen for Life of Pi
Ang Lee's Life of Pi is a lyrical, poetic, cinematic version of the best-selling novel by Yann Martel, who famously declared the source material "unfilmable."
SNL’s Digital Evolution
Cinematographer Alex Buono has spent 14 seasons behind the lens with NBC’s Saturday Night Live Film Unit
Saturday Night Live. A weekly network television tradition. An iconic proving ground for generations of top comedic entertainers.
For Zero Dark Thirty, director Kathryn Bigelow and cinematographer Greig Fraser expose the secret mission to capture Osama bin Laden
It's sad, but true: Women directors rarely get any Oscar® love, but that all changed in 2009 thanks to The Hurt Locker, the Iraq War bomb-squad drama directed by Kathryn Bigelow, when the nail-biting, suspenseful underdog shut out the biggest gorilla in the room, James Cameron's Avatar, the top-grossing movie in history.
To Middle Earth …And Back Again
RED and 3ality Technica help director Peter Jackson bring The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey to life
Filmmaker Peter Jackson fulfilled a longstanding dream when tackling J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings trilogy, but his greatest achievement wasn't just a matter of completing the grueling project, or even winning Director and Best Picture Oscars® for the third film in the cycle.
Cinematographer Gregory Wilson pulls off a high-speed cheetah shoot for National Geographic
It began in a pub in 1878, when Eadweard Muybridge decided to settle a score about whether or not a horse is airborne when it gallops.