So the Kate Beckinsale shoot for Esquire demonstrates how we can shoot video and pull still from the motion. Now photographer Alexx Henry and his team are looking at the hypothetical concept of video magazines presented on flexible OLED “paper.” In this video, Alexx Henry takes us through the creation of the living portrait of the triathlete Chris Lieto photographed using the Red One cinema camera and the 5d Mark…
From: Gizmodo All this talk of 5D and 7D, I felt you could use a little 5K. Here’s Esquire‘s photo shoot of Kate Beckinsale for their Sexiest Woman Alive issue. Shot in motion with a 5K Red Epic, the images for the magazine were simply still frames taken from the video. Not a huge technical revolution, but at least a nice video to watch on a Friday afternoon.
Zacuto’s Great Camera Shootout ’08 from Steve Weiss, Zacuto USA on Vimeo. When DP Joe Stunzi came to Chicago to test all of the new HD cameras on the market against each other, he initially had hopes of making a short video using the new Canon 5D Mark II. However, Zacuto’s Steve Weiss, Jens Bogehegn & Scott Lynch decided that another 5D MKII fluff piece is not what was needed….