Chris talks with Allan Attridge about DSLR video production. How important is equipment and how about going to film school? Find out what the most important things are when it comes to DSLR video production!
No celluloid has been harmed in making this episode, it is entirely digital! Chris talks about using an iPad for photography, video in DSLRs, ways to trigger flashes and strobes and about future-proofing your digital photography.
Chris tells the story of an unusual vertical panorama group shot from the first workshop of this season. Also: the inverse hybrid process where you create wet prints of digital images, and what to look out for when scanning 5000 negatives.
Another round of great questions from the listeners! Why is Chris still on flickr? What microphone to use for a DSLR? Taking pictures of a choir, from 60 ft away, with a 70mm lens. Scanning cross processed film the right way.
Chris wants to talk about the difference between flash times on a DSLR. A DSLR has a mirror that shows the image in the viewfinder and when you press the shutter, the mirror swings out of the way. There’s also a curtain which also flips up to clear the way for the light be cast onto the image sensor.