by Pond5 Received this today in my email on how you can better provide (and sell!) specific content that Pond5 is getting a premium price for. I thought I’d share it with you, the GLJ Blog followers… Dear Artist, We believe that empowering our Artists with data and creative guidance is key to sourcing the […]Read more "Tips and data insights for creating technology content that sells"
by RocketStock Download this curated collection of animated business and technology icons. These freebies are exceptionally useful for a wide variety of media applications! Keyframing motion is often time consuming and headache inducing, but this time we’ve done the heavy lifting for you. Check out this FREE animated icons pack that features common business and […]Read more "Technicons: Free Animated Business Icons"
November 20, 2014 by Robert Hardy, nofilmschool Innovation in digital sensor technology has seemingly moved at a snail’s pace over the past few years. However, a leaked document with details about an upcoming Sony sensor suggests that we should be preparing for a massive leap forward in the very near future. Early information about the […]Read more "Sony’s Innovative New Sensor Will Shoot 6K Video at 240fps & 2K at 16,000fps"
August 11, 2012 By Vasilis van Gemert (Thanks to Xi Lin for posting) An important part of our job is staying up to date. Technologies don’t really change that fast — HTML5 and CSS3 take a long time to be specified and implemented. But the ideas surrounding these technologies and the things we can do […]Read more "The Art Of Staying Up To Date"
March 28, 2012 by Corning Glass This a very cool video on Corning Glass’s take on what the future may look like. This is the successor to the first video, which was titled “Day made of Glass”: (I don’t know about you, but I wouldn’t be terrible upset if I had those devices in my […]Read more "Digital glass displays – Is this the future?"
March 2, 2012 By Grant Willing The long-awaited Canon EOS 5D Mark III has finally arrived. Offering refinement and improvement over its predecessor, the camera maintains its position as a very capable DSLR that’s ideal for high-quality image capture and HD video recording. Only a slight bump in resolution, 22.3MP versus 21.1MP, means the 5D […]Read more "Just Announced! New Canon EOS 5D Mark III Hits the Mark"