Sony Introduces Their New Sony Alpha 1 – Sony A1 8k High Resolution Fullframe Mirroless Camera

On 26, January, 2021. Sony on their live stream introduces their new full frame mirrorless camera in their Sony Alpha Series Camera. The newly launched full frame mirrorless camera is called Sony Alpha 1 (Sony A1).
With all-new key devices and technology, the α1 offers high resolution and unprecedented speed combined with sensitivity and dynamic range that can bring the creator’s vision to life. All of this is backed up by professional features and workflow that make it possible to deliver stills and movies for a new era of visual communication. Continue reading Sony Introduces Their New Sony Alpha 1 – Sony A1 8k High Resolution Fullframe Mirroless Camera

What Is Three Point Lighting – Ultimate Guide For Beginners In Lighting

The Three Point Lighting Technique is a technique used in cinematography, filmmaking, photography or any kind of visual media. It is a standard method of lighting a set, used majorly in filmmaking, cinematography and photography. The Three Point Lighting Technique is a traditional lighting method which is used for illuminating a subject in a scene with light sources from three different points. It helps to shape a subject to bring out the best and the worst of it. The three different points of light sources used in Three Point Lighting Technique are Key Light, Fill Light and Back Light. As follows is the meaning and explanation of what are this three light source? and why or how it is used?
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The Difference Between Anamorphic Lenses And Spherical Lenses – Explained

The inside of every lens is made up of different pieces of curved glass, which we call elements. Spherical lenses are so called because their lens elements are circular. When light passes through spherical lenses and hits the digital sensor or film stock it produces a ‘regular’, uncompressed image. Now let’s get back to anamorphic lenses.
Anamorphic lenses are different. The elements at the back of an anamorphic lens are regular spherical elements. However, there are added cylindrical lens elements at the front of anamorphic lenses which appear oval, rather than circular, when looked through. When light passes through anamorphic lenses and hits the sensor it produces an image which appears ‘squeezed’. This image is then de-squeezed in post-production before it is presented to an audience. Continue reading The Difference Between Anamorphic Lenses And Spherical Lenses – Explained