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Victoria : luminaire LED à très haut rendement Innolumis par EAS solutions

Par : LightPress News — 25 septembre 2020 à 07:50
EAS solutions, spécialiste de l'éclairage LED professionnel près de Bordeaux, présente Victoria, un luminaire LED à très haut rendement conçu par Innolumis.

Luminaire Victoria LED - vue aérienne © EAS solutions

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Chargé d’Affaires (H/F)

Par : LightPress Emploi — 24 septembre 2020 à 07:50
La société L'Eclairagiste recrute un(e) Chargé d'Affaires dans le cadre d'un CDI sur les Hauts de France. Offre d'emploi dans les Ventes.

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Chargé d’Affaires (H/F)

Par : LightPress Emploi — 24 septembre 2020 à 07:50
La société L'Eclairagiste recrute un(e) Chargé d'Affaires dans le cadre d'un CDI sur les Hauts de France. Offre d'emploi dans les Ventes.

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California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services to Deploy TVU Networks for Continued Pool Feed Video Sharing of COVID-19 Daily Press Briefings

Par : Pipeline Communications — 23 septembre 2020 à 20:50

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – September 23, 2020 – TVU Networks, the market and technology leader in cloud and IP-based live video solutions, today announced the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) has purchased a complete TVU live video solution, which includes a TVU One transmitter, TVU Transceiver and TVU Grid. Cal OES has ...

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JVC Professional Camcorders add Direct Streaming to World’s Two Largest Social Networking Services

Par : D Pagan Communications — 23 septembre 2020 à 18:43

Latest Firmware Adds Exclusive Easy Setup for Facebook and YouTube WAYNE, NJ, SEPTEMBER 23, 2020 – JVC Professional Video, a division of JVCKENWOOD USA Corporation, incorporates additional social media features to its CONNECTED CAM™ 500- and 900-Series camcorders with its latest firmware update. As the first camera manufacturer to provide streaming directly from the camera, JVC’s 500-Series cameras ...

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A Six-Step Method to Cut Down Your Interview Videos

Par : Joe Frederick — 23 septembre 2020 à 17:19

Editors face an overwhelming task of reducing hours of interview footage into just minutes for the final cut. Eliminate that stress with these six steps.

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NUGEN Audio Proves Ideal for Streamed Music Production

Par : D Pagan Communications — 23 septembre 2020 à 16:51

Nartan Records Utilizes NUGEN’s SEQ-S, MasterCheck, AB, ISL and LM-Correct Solutions to Create Pristine Audio to Meet All Streaming Standards MILAN, SEPTEMBER 23, 2020 – Located in the small town of Merano, South Tyrol, Italy, Nartan Records is an independent record label and recording studio owned and operated by musician and composer Nartan Savona. Nartan ...

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Globecast announces Antoine Guilbaud as CFO

Par : Jump — 23 septembre 2020 à 16:42

Paris, 23rd September 2020 — Globecast, the global solutions provider for media, has announced Antoine Guilbaud as Chief Financial Officer, effective from September 1st. He replaces Nathalie Krick, who is taking up a new role in Globecast’s sister company, Orange Cyberdefense. Guilbaud’s duties include providing the CEO and management board with financial and management information ...

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STORY’s Ky Dickens Gets Real People to Share Romantic Memories for Hershey’s

Par : Artisans PR — 23 septembre 2020 à 15:44

“You always remember your first kiss.” LOS ANGELES— STORY’s Ky Dickens got couples to reveal the magic and mishaps of their first kiss in a sweet campaign for Hershey’s. Conceived by dentsumcgarrybowen, and shot in Los Angeles and New York, the spots present couples of varying ages and ethnicities reminiscing about their initial smooch in ...

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Painting with Sound: Save Your Bad Shots with Good Sound Design

Par : Zach Ramelan — 23 septembre 2020 à 15:30

This video tutorial explores some crucial techniques used to heighten production value — replacing your audio with more dynamic, cinematic sounds.

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SMPTE Hollywood Section’s “Ask a Hollywood Expert” to Feature Award-Winning VFX Producer Brooke Noska

Par : Artisans PR — 23 septembre 2020 à 15:08

Ongoing webinar series offers behind-the-scenes career advice from the entertainment industry’s brightest young minds. LOS ANGELES — SMPTE Hollywood will feature Emmy-nominated VFX producer Brooke Noska in the next edition of its webinar series Career Advice:  Ask a Hollywood Expert. Noska will reveal how she got her start, discuss her work on such shows as ...

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La Balise de Saint-Hilaire-de-Riez avec Nexo : L’union fait la force

Par : Patrick Cussigh — 23 septembre 2020 à 14:01

En collaboration avec le prestataire intégrateur B-Live, le support technique de NEXO a terminé l’installation d’un système line array GEO M12 pour La Balise, la toute nouvelle salle de spectacle de la Communauté de Communes du Pays de Saint-Gilles-Croix-de-Vie. Lire la suite

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Don’t Stop Me Now: IBC Showcase Continues After Successful Launch Week

Par : platformcomms — 23 septembre 2020 à 10:04

LONDON – Wednesday, September 23rd, 2020 – IBC announces that IBC Showcase supported over 1,000 exhibitors and brought 20,000 attendees to virtual sessions in its inaugural week alone. The virtual event ran from September 8th – 11th 2020 and directly generated over 8,000 leads through a series of live exhibitor presentations and workflow tours. Visitors ...

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Public News Chooses Grass Valley for Future-Ready Playout and Production Capability

Par : platformcomms — 23 septembre 2020 à 09:51

MONTREAL – September 23, 2020 – Pakistani broadcaster, Public News, has selected a range of Grass Valley solutions to underpin its upgraded production and playout operation. The new set-up gives the Urdu language broadcaster, owned and operated by Sports Star International Private Limited, future-ready capability, allowing it to seamlessly manage and operate multiple playout channels ...

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EQUIPHOTEL 2020 reporté en 2022

Par : admin — 23 septembre 2020 à 09:22

Reed Expositions France annonce que l’édition 2020 d’EQUIPHOTEL, initialement prévue du 15 au 19 novembre 2020, est reportée en 2022. Lire la suite

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A First Look At New Cameras, Lenses And Accessories

Par : Text & · Photography By Terry Sullivan — 23 septembre 2020 à 09:01

This image was captured with Fujifilm’s X-Pro3 mirrorless camera, a camera that emphasizes the process of shooting photographs.

2020 has been a challenging year for the camera industry and the photography world, to say the least, particularly as the effects from the coronavirus pandemic continue to be felt in so many parts of the world economy. It’s in part what has led Olympus to announce this past June that it was selling off its camera system business.

Yet, camera companies that remain in the camera business are introducing some very impressive products for pro shooters, with imaginative and robust features sets. So, here’s a glimpse of some of those impressive cameras, lenses and accessories of 2020 that we’ve had a chance to try out. (Also, be sure to check out longer versions of these stories online, at digitalphotopro.com. )

Cameras

Nikon D780

Nikon D780

If you Google the phrase “DSLRs are dead,” you’ll come up with scores of articles claiming why they are, in fact, defunct. You’ll also find a few writers who claim the opposite: DSLRs aren’t quite dead yet. However, most will agree the era of DSLRs is definitely on the wane. In fact, Canon and Nikon both introduced full-frame mirrorless systems in 2018, which seemed very symbolic in terms of their strategies towards interchangeable-lens cameras.

That being said, it’s also true both Canon and Nikon are still introducing new DSLRs, at least for now. For instance, this year Canon updated its flagship, the Canon EOS-1D X Mark III DSLR. Not to be left out, Nikon has also announced updates to its flagship, the F6, with a development announcement.

But Nikon also came out with a successor to one of its most popular DSLRs of all time, the Nikon D750. The new DSLR is the Nikon D780.

The Nikon D780, with the 24-120mm lens, is ideal for all sorts of action shots, from dramatic seascapes to leaping college graduates!

What’s nice to see is that this DSLR has changed with the times and includes technologies that are included on Nikon’s Z Series full-frame mirrorless cameras, like the Z 6, including the 24-megapixel sensor with its 273 phase-detect pixels. And for videographers, the D780 is a big jump from the D750, with the new model’s ability to capture 4K ultra-high-def video, which it also borrows from the Z 6.

As far as the design goes, though, they kept a lot of it the same elements as the D750, since that predecessor was such a hit with photographers. There are minor changes, though, like the removal of the popup flash, which no pro will miss, and the addition of the touchscreen LCD. 

In using the camera with the 24-120mm lens, I found the speed and accuracy to be spot-on. I also was quite impressed with both the video quality and the audio on my video clips.

Estimated Street Price: $2,299 (body only); $2,799 (with 24-120mm f/4G ED VR lens)

Website: nikonusa.com

The SIGMA fp full-frame mirrorless camera and the SIGMA 70mm f/2.8 DG ART Macro Lens.

SIGMA fp

There’s quite a lot to like about SIGMA’s fp, its first full-frame mirrorless camera. It also happens to be the first interchangeable-lens model from the company without using SIGMA’s Foveon sensor technology.

It’s a very small and compact mirrorless camera, particularly for a full-frame camera—and claims to be the most compact available. However, this allows you to build out the camera in various ways—and that’s something I really admired in this camera, the modular design concept, which allows you to add just the elements you need. And while it’s something that is important for still-photographer pros, it’s essential for photographers who are considering using this camera body for cinema and video projects.

I shot still photos and video with it using several different SIGMA lenses, including the 14-24mm F2.8 DG DN Art lens as well as the 45mm F2.8 DG DN Contemporary lens and Sigma 70mm f/2.8 DG Macro Art Lens. In general, I liked the quality and performance of the camera with the lenses I used. However, I wasn’t always crazy about the feel of the camera—I think longer lenses may feel a tad unbalanced, since the body is so compact. For example, using the 60-600mm may be an issue.

The SIGMA fp did a nice job of rendering the soft light from the setting sun, while also giving a bit of bokeh to soften the background.

However, since this mirrorless camera is one of the most customizable on the market, I really wasn’t that concerned since you could get an additional grip that should easily overcome that problem.

One minor downside on the camera body was ease of use—by separating the still photo and video segments, it sometimes felt a little difficult to find options that seemed a bit buried in the menu settings. But overall, once photographers and videographers get accustomed to the settings, they’ll each enjoy the fact that these sections are separate.

In terms of quality, of both the still photos and video, I felt the SIGMA fp provide content creates with an excellent choice-particularly for pros looking to cross over into film, or back in to still photography.    

Pricing: $1,799 (body only); $2,149 (the 45mm F2.8 DG DN Contemporary lens)

Website: sigma-photo.com

Fujifilm X-Pro3

Fujifilm X-Pro3

When I attended Fujifilm’s briefing for the X-Pro3 mirrorless digital camera, the product managers made of point of emphasizing that this camera is one of the reasons why the company has kept the name “film” in its name all these years. That’s because the new X-Pro series APS-C mirrorless digital camera was designed to remind you to think like a film photographer, which seemed a bit odd in this era of digital wonders. How so?

On this model, the LCD only folds down to see the live-view image or to review your images and video. In other words, it doesn’t swivel like many mirrorless models in order to see and frame your images on the display (in live-preview mode). Instead, Fujifilm says you’re forced to slow down and simply use the viewfinder. That allows you to think like a film photographer, instead of continually chimping, which is the act of spending an excessive amount of time reviewing your images on your camera’s display right after you shot them.

Question is…do I think Fujifilm succeeded? Now, I’m not sure if I’d consider myself “old school” (although I’m sure my kids do), but for me, I really relished taking pictures on this camera for allowing me to focus on the joys of picture taking aspect. In fact, I felt I did avoid reviewing each and every shot or burst of images that I captured.

The Fujifilm X-Pro3 does an excellent job in the field, whether you want to shoot with a shallow depth of field or a much greater depth of field, like in this shot, where all details, both near and far, are in focus.

There were other things that caught my own on this camera. As I have in the past, with a number of Fujifilm models, I admired the X-Pro3’s tactile, textured quality of the camera body and placement of the controls. Additionally, the high-quality hybrid viewfinder is as good as it’s ever been—letting you view the scene either electronically (a live-view display) or via the optical viewfinder.

Letting you use the viewfinder as an electronic viewfinder or like an rangefinder-like optical viewfinder is just an very enjoyable experience. But of course, I should note that this feature was on the previous model, the X-Pro2. But there were new features too, including the ability to capture 4K video capture (30 fps). But for many this camera is really designed for still-photo content creators.

One additional feature I really liked was its film simulation modes, including a new Classic Negative Film Simulation mode, which, the company says, “is designed to simulate color negative film.”

So, for me, this camera is so ideal for street shooters who love to explore cities or suburbs or any sort of country setting and just allow yourself to be immersed in the art of photography.

Pricing: $1,799 (body only, black finish); $1,999 (in one of two dura finishes, silver or black)

Website: fujifilm.com

Lenses

This Hasselblad lens, XCD 4/45P, is the most lightweight and compact lens for its medium format XCD system.

Hasselblad XCD 4/45P

What impressed me about Hasselblad’s XCD 4/45P lens is that because it was designed to be portable and very lightweight, it made for very easy traveling and ease of use. But still, it’s not like they scaled back on quality. Since it can be used in Hasselblad’s medium-format system, it makes for some very impressive high-resolution images. At $1,099, it’s a bit pricey, but not when you consider it’s part of a medium-format system, which you’ll generally pay a premium for.

What I liked was the fact that you had a minimum focus distance of 13.8 inches—which even allowed for some makeshift selfies as well as for some nice still-life shots. What is intriguing for this lens is that it’s very bare bones in terms of “extras”—it has no optical image stabilization, no focus hold buttons or other controls or switches. It only includes a manual focus ring. Some might find this a downside, but I was comfortable using it for a variety of projects.

This lens, which has a 35mm film camera equivalent of a 36mm lens, did an extraordinary job of resolving all the wonderful details in this New York City scene. However, the Hasselblad system itself still could use a few tweaks when it comes to speed, particularly when it comes to autofocusing this lens.

Overall, it was a comfortable lens to work with. However, the Hasselblad system itself still could use a few tweaks when it comes to speed, particularly when it comes to autofocusing this lens. But as I expected, this lens, which has a 35mm film camera equivalent of a 36mm lens, did an extraordinary job of resolving all the wonderful details in my subjects—whether shooting street scenes or still lifes.

Estimated Street Price: $1,099

Website: hasselblad.com

Two budget primes—Tamron’s 24mm F/2.8 Di III OSD M1:2 (Model F051) (bottom) and 35mm F/2.8 Di III OSD M1:2 (Model F053) (top)

Tamron’s 24mm F/2.8 Di III OSD M1:2 (Model F051) & 35mm F/2.8 Di III OSD M1:2 (Model F053)

These two lenses were announced in the late fall of 2019 and were marketed as a trio, which included the 20mm F/2.8 Di III OSD M1:2 (Model F050). They’re very much priced for those on a budget, but they certainly don’t skimp on quality.

You won’t get some of the extras that you’ll get on, say, Sony’s branded ultra-wide-angle FE 20mm F1.8 G or its FE 35mm F1.4 G—for example, you’ll find focus hold buttons on those models, but not these Tamrons.

Although these budget-priced lenses don’t have a lot of extras, they do quite well in most settings, both in quality and performance.

But overall, they performed quite well in the field, whether in urban settings or out in the wild…well, the northfork of Long Island! What’s more, is they’re very light and compact—I certainly didn’t feel weighed down while shooting with them around Times Square in New York City or out east on the Northfork.

What I admired most about both is that no matter what subject matter I was shooting, they often did an excellent job of autofocusing on the subjects I intended to focus on. I also felt that my images were sharp and crisp. So, there was no issues with it being a third-party lens in terms of compatibility.   

Estimated Street Price: $299 (for each lens)

Website: tamron-usa.com

The Sony’s FE 200-600mm, with the Sony a7R IV full frame mirrorless camera.

Sony FE 200-600mm F5.6-6.3 G OSS Super-Telephoto Zoom Lens

Last year, Sony introduced two lenses for full frames that both offered photographers the ability to capture subjects at the same super-telephoto focal length of 600mm, but at much different price points. The pricier lens, a prime, was the Sony FE 600mm F4 GM OSS, which cost $13,000, a big investment for most photographers.

However, Sony also introduced the more economical and versatile telephoto zoom, an FE 200-600mm zoom, although with a slower f/5.6-6.3 aperture range. And when I got a chance to shoot with the zoom lens, I really found a lot of impressive features. For instance, I like that it had internal zoom, which means the lens doesn’t telescope out when zooming toward its 600mm end of the zoom. That feature also helps make it more weather resistant.

Although this super tele zoom from Sony can be quite good for sports, wildlife and action shots, it can also be quite good for getting some very nice portraits, like this one of my son just after sundown.

Another important feature—which you can see in my portrait of my son, shot at the 600mm—was its built-in optical stabilization system. At such a long zoom setting, in lower light, that can easily result in quite blurry photos. But as you can see, the shot is quite sharp.

The 11-blade circular aperture mechanism helps produce a very nice bokeh effect in the background. But such a lens, of course, with a f/5.6-6.3 aperture, means you are forced to compromise and live with a maximum aperture of ƒ/5.6. However, if you can live with that compromise, it’s a very impressive lens.

 Accessories

Peak Design’s Travel Tripod

Peak Design Travel Tripod

Peak Design’s Travel Tripod isn’t a new product, and it’s not a tripod that includes every last bell and whistle. But the reason I found it to be such a powerful accessory is that it was very helpful to me while capturing night shots of starry skies. In fact, I was able to capture some really impressive shots—at least upping my previous efforts at shooting the stars in the sky. And because I was shooting at night, in the dark, it was quite useful to have a tripod that had a very. intuitive design. In other words, I could just quickly feel around for certain physical knobs or buttons, and set up. That mean that I wasn’t spending 15 minutes searching around with my iPhone’s light to find an obscure button or switch. That’s smart, inventive product design.

Having a good tripod is almost always essential when you’re trying to shoot decent shots at night, either to capture a crisp shot of a starry sky or star trials.

For instance, it was easy to open it up, adjust the legs, or change the angle of the camera. Since I was shooting at stars, which means you don’t want your camera or tripod to move at all, I loved that it had a hook that allowed me to hang my heavy backpack to make the tripod sturdier.

Pricing: $599 (with carbon fiber), $349 (with aluminum legs)

Website: peakdesign.com

BenQ’s SW321C computer monitor and Hotkey Puck G2 quick switch accessory.

First Impressions: BenQ SW321C 32-Inch Monitor

One of the coolest demos that I’ve had the pleasure of experiencing was BenQ’s demo earlier this year, introducing me to one of its latest monitors targeted at photographers, the BenQ SW321C. It’s a brilliant and well-designed 32-inch, 4K UHD, 10-bit color depth, wide color gamut monitor. What made it so cool was that when arrived, I walked into a dimly lit room to see the monitor, which had a reproduction of one of Van Gogh’s painting displayed on the monitor. Now, as a fine-art old painter, and I really know what Van Gogh’s paintings look like first hand. But I’ll admit that the monitor made me look twice to see if it was a real painting or not.

Of course, BenQ is targeting photographers and even videographers with this monitor, not fine-art oil painters. And although it’s a pretty pricey display, at around $2,000, I found it overall to be quite satisfying to use.

BenQ’s SW321C greatly reduces the glare and reflectivity on the monitor by using a textured screen. You can see how much less light is reflected when you compare it to an average PC laptop screen.

For me, I found it provided a great way to examine all the fine details of my images and videos while also ensuring that the colors and tones looked accurate. That means for postproduction, the SW321C is a monitor that offers a stable environment to study and edit your work, knowing that you’ll get an accurate take of your work. In fact, as it states on its website, the SW321C is “Factory Calibrated for Out-of-the-Box Color Accuracy: The SW321C is out-of-the-box color accurate. Each display arrives with its unique factory calibration report.” After spending some time with this monitor, here are a couple of points on why I liked it:

Quality And Consistency Of The Display: First of all, I really fell in love with the texture of this display! You can see why when you see the comparison image with one of my laptops. It does a fantastic job of minimizing the monitor’s reflectivity and glare. When combining this with the fact that it has IPS technology, or “In-Plane Switching” technology, which provides excellent consistency for better viewing angles and ensures color accuracy and consistency, it becomes an even better experience. In other words, an IPS monitor like the SW321C won’t shift when being viewed at an angle as drastically as other types of computer monitors.

One of the keys to successfully photo editing your photos in postproduction is you need a reliable screen. BenQ’s SW321C is a successful attempt to be such a monitor: To give you a sense of its accuracy, I displayed one of my still-life photos that I printed, shown next to the monitor itself, displaying the same still life.

Ease Of Use: Another feature I really liked was its Hotkey Puck G2, which is designed to quickly and easily change settings on the monitor, so that you can get an accurate read on your photograph and how it looks in various color spaces—not just Adobe RGB, sRGB, or black-and-white but also its proprietary Paper Color Sync technology as well as other settings.

And, by the way, for photographers, BenQ’s Paper Color Sync simulates how it will eventually reproduce on a printed image.

In my initial tests, the results looked quite good. One thing I wasn’t crazy about was BenQ’s proprietary software design, which isn’t always the most intuitive. But, overall, I felt the BenQ SW321C provides a superb value for photographers. 

Estimated Street Price: $2,000

Website: BenQ.com

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Nuit Blanche 2020

Par : LightPress News — 23 septembre 2020 à 07:50
Que réserve Nuit Blanche 2020 à Paris sur la lumière et l'éclairage le 3 octobre prochain ? Sélection du programme du festival d'art contemporain annuel.

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Nuit Blanche 2020

Par : LightPress News — 23 septembre 2020 à 07:50
Que réserve Nuit Blanche 2020 à Paris sur la lumière et l'éclairage le 3 octobre prochain ? Sélection du programme du festival d'art contemporain annuel.

Nuit Blanche 2020 - Ville de Paris - affiche © Maxime Rossi, en collaboration avec le Museum National Histoire Naturelle.

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British high-tech companies highlighted in UK Pavilion at virtual ConnecTechAsia

Par : Manor Marketing — 22 septembre 2020 à 23:04

UK Pavilion, ConnecTechAsia 22 September 2020: The UK Pavilion at ConnecTechAsia has provided a valuable showcase for broadcast, telecom and IT technology companies from Great Britain and Northern Ireland in recent years. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, this year’s exhibition will be a virtual event but is still set to be a valuable platform for the ...

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Mo-Sys to demonstrate virtual studio technologies at BroadcastAsia 2020

Par : Manor Marketing — 22 septembre 2020 à 23:02

London, UK, 22 September 2020: Mo-Sys, a world leader in precision camera tracking solutions for virtual studios and augmented reality, will be showcasing its award-winning StarTracker Studio at BroadcastAsia 2020’s all-new virtual reality experience running from September 29 to October 1 2020. Having recently won a Virtual Best of Show Award during IBC 2020, Mo-Sys ...

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Fancy Film Accelerates with GB Labs FastNAS

Par : Manor Marketing — 22 septembre 2020 à 22:59

Aldermaston, UK, 21 September 2020 – GB Labs, the leader in intelligent storage solutions, has provided its FastNAS storage system to Fancy Film, Los Angeles, enabling the facility to complete colour correction and other finishing services on a major new documentary TV series. Tony Shek, Fancy Film CTO, said, “We were rapidly getting into 4K finishing and HDR ...

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Universal Publishing Production Music Debuts New Label “RE|COVERED”

Par : Artisans PR — 22 septembre 2020 à 19:00

New collection features reimagined versions of classic hit songs SANTA MONICA —  Universal Publishing Production Music (UPPM), the global leader in production music, today announced the launch of new label ‘RE|COVERED’ which features artfully reimagined cover versions of classic hits and hidden gems from the vaults of popular music. The launch entails 40 newly produced ...

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Innovation Takes Off in ATSC 3.0 Realm, First wave entrepreneurs see huge interest

Par : Josh Gordon — 22 septembre 2020 à 18:20

By Cora Leighter Hunt Valley, MD–September 22, 2020– Did you hear the one about the guy who got more than 12 times the Kickstarter funding he requested to develop a new ATSC 3.0 device? “I quit my ‘day job’ when ATSC 3.0 came around,” said Nick Kelsey, founder and chief technology officer of Silicon Dust, maker ...

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GRAMMY-nominated Musician Upgrades Project Studio With KRK Systems’ Latest Studio Monitors

Par : D Pagan Communications — 22 septembre 2020 à 17:56

Tina Guo Hears the Depths of Her Mixes With Newly Released ROKIT G4 White Noise Studio Monitors LAS VEGAS, SEPTEMBER 22, 2020 – Internationally acclaimed, GRAMMY Award-nominated and BRIT Female Artist of the Year-nominated musician Tina Guo is one of the most recorded solo cellists of all time. Known for her unique genre-crossing style, Guo’s mixes can ...

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Le monde de Paulo

Par : admin — 22 septembre 2020 à 16:30

Alain Rouver, alias Paulo, restera à jamais gravé dans l’histoire du Théâtre Sébastopol de Lille. Lire la suite

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Gravity Media Partners with Atalanta Media to Elevate Women’s Football

Par : rlyl — 22 septembre 2020 à 15:49

Gravity Media, the leading global provider of complex live broadcast facilities and production services to content owners, creators and distributors, is delivering a brand new women’s football offering for Atalanta Media. The partnership with Atalanta, the women’s football company devoted to elevating the sport and its players, expands the global audience for the women’s game ...

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The Best 6K+ Video Cameras for Filmmakers

Par : Jourdan Aldredge — 22 septembre 2020 à 14:19

Ready to step up from 4K? Check out this roundup of the best 6K (and beyond) cameras for filmmakers. While it’s been awhile since I’ve been able ...

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Setting Up a Live Performance Stream: Budget to Professional

Par : Anthony Najera — 22 septembre 2020 à 13:13

Looking to get in on live-streaming? Here are a few ways to get this job done. See how to set up a live performance stream professionally and ...

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Guide des réglementations en éclairage et autour de la lumière

Par : Maxime Van Der Ham — 22 septembre 2020 à 07:50
Quelles sont les réglementations en éclairage et autour de la lumière ? Voici un inventaire à la Prévert. Une synthèse pour les praticiens et les amateurs.

Assemblée Nationale, Palais Bourbon, façade Nord cote Pont de la Concorde, Paris - illumination nuit - Concepteur lumière : NotaBene © zefart, iStock

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Guide des réglementations en éclairage et autour de la lumière

Par : Maxime Van Der Ham — 22 septembre 2020 à 07:50
Quelles sont les réglementations en éclairage et autour de la lumière ? Voici un inventaire à la Prévert. Une synthèse pour les praticiens et les amateurs.

Assemblée Nationale, Palais Bourbon, façade Nord cote Pont de la Concorde, Paris - illumination nuit - Concepteur lumière : NotaBene © zefart, iStock

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