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3D is somewhat of a controversial topic here, with no shortage of comments both lauding and decrying the third dimension. While I’m not a huge fan of where 3D is today, we’re only scratching the surface of what displays are capable of. Regardless, shooting 3D today requires an entirely new skillset from shooting 2D, and cinematographers and directors have to basically re-learn how to shoot. Video guru Adam Wilt has an in-depth post on learning to shoot with Panasonic’s AG-3DA1 3D camcorder, as he recently attended createasphere’s $795 3D workshop; his notes are invaluable for anyone thinking about shooting 3D. More »

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It’s easy to forget with the constant barrage of DSLR news and videos that the originators of the “large CMOS chips can replace film!” movement are still hard at work behind closed doors. Yes, I’m talking about RED, whose first camera, RED ONE, has shot thousands of features and is set for an upgrade soon with the release of its successor, EPIC. Digital imaging titan Adam Wilt stopped by the RED studios last week, and he has since posted a pair of articles that give a terrific look behind-the-scenes at what’s going on in REDland. While I’m currently shooting with a 5D, lord willin’ and the creek don’t rise, I’ll be shooting on RED sooner or later. Here’s why: More »