Why Film has not been Disrupted (Yet), Part 4
We show too much deference toward the film industry's old guard. It's time to lose that love affair.
Why Film has not been Disrupted (Yet), Part 3
Moore's Law may be gradually catching up with filmmaking, but it's our own mental habits that will prove...
Why Film has not been Disrupted (Yet), Part 2
Film technologists so far have focused on disrupting production technology. That's a start, but it won't...
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Why Film has not been Disrupted Yet, Part 1
The film industry has resisted disruption so far. Either Big Media is bulletproof, or the real changes...
Every Camera Company is a Software Company Now
We've moved on from arguments over "4k" to arguments about "color science". This is a good thing.
Post Production is a Kung Fu Movie
Part 1: Why there's so much Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Kung Fu
Blinded by Color Science
(Or: On the Science-ing of Color)
Why Are My End Titles Jittering?
It goes by many nicknames: jitter, judder, flicker, flutter, shimmer, stutter, ringing, pulsing,...
Why the RED Camera was (and was not) a Disruptive Innovation
I had the first two RED One (and Epic) cameras. They had a huge impact on production tech, but less so...
How to crush a job interview with us
Our ideal candidate is neither goal-oriented nor a team player. And social skills are optional.
2k is not 2048×1152
Dear post houses: we need to talk. You're stepping on my picture. 1152p is not a thing.