Posts Tagged ‘video’

Three Reasons to Go 4K

Posted by on Thursday June 11, 2015 | Photo Gear, Video

Sponsored by Samsung Display resolutions don’t change often, but when they do, the change is momentous. When the world switched from standard to high definition, the revolution transformed both the media and electronics industries. A similar revolution is underway again, as the world starts its trek from high definition to 4K or “ultra-high definition.” As... More

“How Come This Stuff Isn’t Animated?” The Story of Mr. GIF

Posted by on Thursday October 2, 2014 | Celebrity, Fun, Social Media/Web, Uncategorized, Video

Mr. GIF wants to animate the Internet. The creative duo has made photographing and illustrating GIFs—the 27-year-old bitmap image format that supports crude animation—their calling card. They’re the team that Marc Ecko, Evian and Transamerica tap when they need to quickly make strong, easily shareable moving images for whatever they’re selling. In just a few short years, they evolved from... More

MōVi Stabilizers To Ship August 15th, Freefly Announces

Posted by on Friday July 19, 2013 | Uncategorized

In April, when  photographer Vincent Laforet unveiled a new, handheld camera stabilization system at NAB, it created lots of buzz. Called MōVi and produced by Freefly Systems, the device is a “digital 3-axis gyro-stabilized handheld camera gimbal,” which Laforet promised would revolutionize “your way of thinking about camera movement.” We saw what the handheld rig... More

PDN Video Pick: Bugs

Posted by on Wednesday February 16, 2011 | PDN Video Picks

Looking through the latest entries to the PDN Photo Annual, we came across this colorful and amusing video. Titled simply, “Bugs!,” it was directed, produced and colored by Ryan Enn Hughes.  Watch that caterpillar go. This is the first year that the PDN Photo Annual has included a video category; the deadline to enter is... More

“Last Minutes With Oden” Documentary Wins $25,000 Vimeo Award

Posted by on Monday October 11, 2010 | Events

The online documentary “Last Minutes With Oden” won the award for Best Video and its director, Eliot Rausch, won a $25,000 filmmaking grant at the first Vimeo Festival + Awards. The ceremony, held October 9 in New York City, ended a weekend of video workshops, lectures and slide shows sponsored by Vimeo, the online video... More