If you've ever wanted to bring a live caller, from Zoom for example, into your LIVE show, using your ATEM Mini, then this Tip will explain exactly how!
Standard HDMI is limited to about 20 meters (66 ft). But in this video, you'll see that fiber — now an affordable option — can go much, much longer.
By now you've probably heard of NFT — a secure way to sell digital art. It's exciting, it's interesting, and it's confusing AF. But help is on the way!
The LUMIX BGH1 box camera is extremely versatile as both a studio and a field camera — and you're going to need to power it!
It's been nearly two months! But summer is over… so come say hi, and let's catch up! We talk travel, lighting, ATEMs, Blackmagic updates, and more!
This 30 second “movie scene” was shot as demo footage for SIRUI Imaging and ATOMOS projects. This was shot using SIRUI anamorphic lenses on LUMIX BGH1 cameras to ATOMOS NINJA V recorders in ProRes RAW.
There's never been a better (or more affordable) time to get into anamorphic cinematography. Check out this new four-lens kit from SIRUI!
Just an “ask me anything” kind of show… recently back from vacation, so let's catch up!
Freewell has just announced an extremely innovative filter system… it’s an ND, VND, CPL, and even a Mist system — all in one!!
Join me and Tito Ferradans from the channel “Anamorphic on a Budget” where we'll talk all things anamorphic!
If you have a powered zoom lens and a Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera (BMPCC), you can probably control it from the ATEM Software Control — here's how!
Learn the basics HDR for YouTube delivery! I cover hardware, shooting, editing, encoding, and creating and embedding a custom HDR to SDR LUT.
I recently hosted a four hour (++!) long webinar for Blackmagic on the ATEM. Consider this a Master Class of sorts… there is a TON of information in here.
Something new, this way comes! It's the all new Nik Collection 4 — check out this LIVE show demo!
Nik Collection 4 by DxO is here, and it's packed! All-new Viveza & Silver Efex Pro with New Control Point selection controls, Copy & Paste in Lightroom…
If you've ever looked at the Camera control tab in the ATEM Software Control app and wondered what all those color wheels are for, this is your answer.