The Changing Face Of Cinematography 2

THE CHANGING FACE OF CINEMATOGRAPHY Special Report / Part 2 THE CHANGING FACE OF CINEMATOGRAPHY Special Report / Part 2 The world of cinematography and the working lives of DPs have changed and evolved in many ways since British Cinematographer Magazine was launched in 2002. In our special 100th edition, and also in issue 101, … Read more

The Changing Face Of Cinematography

THE CHANGING FACE OF CINEMATOGRAPHY Special Report / Part 1 THE CHANGING FACE OF CINEMATOGRAPHY Special Report / Part 1 The world of cinematography and the working lives of DPs have changed and evolved in many ways since we launched British Cinematographer Magazine in 2002. In our special 100th edition, and also in issue 101, … Read more

How can cinema survive?

Gold Standard Special Report / How can cinema survive? Gold Standard Special Report / How can cinema survive? How can cinema technology keep pace with the exciting large screen, high-resolution and on-demand visual experiences promised in the home? Adrian Pennington reports.   “The industry’s biggest fear is that technology in the home is rising faster … Read more

4K (Part 2)

Quad Wrangle Special Report / 4K (part 2) Quad Wrangle Special Report / 4K (part 2) Working at 4K quadruples the amount of processing required for each frame relative to HD. Accordingly, every step of the chain from RAW processing and colour grading, to editing, composting, encoding and display, is being re-thought. With the emergence … Read more

Tiffen celebrates 75 years

Family Affair Special Report / Tiffen Celebrates 75 years Family Affair Special Report / Tiffen Celebrates 75 years Today The Tiffen Company is known worldwide as a manufacturer of camera support equipment for video, movies and stills and owns eleven well-known brands. It started in 1938 with three people, Nat Tiffen and his two brothers … Read more

Prognosis for Celluloid

Fight the Good Fight    Special Report  / What future for Celluloid? Fight the Good Fight    Special Report  / What future for Celluloid? BY: Adrian Pennington Technicolor’s cessation of all photochemical activities at Pinewood by the end of the month has galvanised UK filmmakers, including the BSC and Directors UK into redoubling efforts to … Read more