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Here at B&H Photo, we're happy to announce something special for owners and users of Sony’s FX9 and Venice cameras. Sony PXW-FX9 XDCAM 6K Full-Frame Camera System Sony PXW-FX9 Version 2.0 of the camera’s
1 View· Posted 09/20/2018
Back in 2003 Thom Hogan wrote one of the earliest tutorials on all the ways to convert raw images to black and white. It’s time to bring that up to date, and boy will you be surprised just how many ways you can get that Ansel Adams type image out of your raw captures. Why not just teach one way? Because there isn’t just one way that solves all problems. Some images will benefit from one technique, others from a different one. This becomes especially true if you’re working over different genres, such as landscape versus portraiture. So best
37,296 Views· Posted 05/31/2017
Here's our first look of the brand new Canon Cinema EOS C200. Featuring up to 15-stops, on a Super35mm sensor, it can shoot DCI compliant 4K Cinema Raw Lite @ 60 fps and 10-bit color and 4K DCI Cinema Raw lite @ 30 fps and 12-bit color.
6,130 Views· Posted 04/08/2016
Color grading is an essential part of the modern post-production workflow, especially with log gamma profiles and raw video recording more accessible than ever before. But for those new to the game, diving head-first into color grading can be a bit overwhelming. In the following video, Doug Guerra, from B&H, eases the processes by covering the basics, including the difference between color correction and color grading, required tools and software, and technical terminology, as well as some more theoretical considerations. We hope you enjoy