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New video-centric Micro Four Thirds has incredible light performance, but has left some things out
Drones, robots and SSD dominate the worlds largest consumer electronics show
See how the Lumix GH5S measures up in this video review
Emmy® nominees and winners on creating cinematic television
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Michael Rubenstein is constantly evolving—from photojournalist to advertising photographer to video director. Here’s how.
Coming up in the July/August issue, HDVideoPro interviews the director of photography for the Oscar®-nominated film I Am Not Your Negro
With an ongoing television show for DirecTV, where he interviews many of the celebrities he has photographed, Sam Jones is leveraging digital imaging technologies for all they’re worth
A video review of the new roller, which can hold a huge amount of gear with some creative division of compartments
Sony's trio of PXW-790V, HXR-NX80, and FDR-AX700 bring best-in-class autofocus to the professional and consumer shooter
We evaluate the images from the Sony a9 and its autofocus performance
An Adobe Lightroom rant, but in praise of it
In the world of video editing, there's a big difference between the quality of different formats and how they affect your work.
Do we invest in our existing archives as a potential revenue source, or keep the material but not spend the hundreds of hours it will take to catalog and keyword all of the footage?
From using Steadicam to gimbals to drones, it has never been more effortless to move our cameras so fluidly, but be sure to consider your moving shot thoughtfully
Coming up in the September/October issue, HDVideoPro interviews video director and advertising photographer Michael Rubenstein