Digital Imaging Tool Makes Smooth Transition from Traditional to Modern
We are taking more pictures than ever before – a projected 1.3 trillion this year, which is about double the total of just four years ago. In this ever-evolving digital imaging world, the need for lightweight, portable and easy-to-use consumer technology consistently reigns supreme.
As cameras continue to decrease in size and increase in capability, it only seems natural that what were once prosumer-geared products are becoming increasingly more accessible, and user-friendly, to a broader consumer base. These products, which traditionally only found their way into the hands of Hollywood’s finest cinematographers, are now being introduced to a new era of photographers and cinematographers, redefining the way these individuals capture and create.
As the digital imaging industry changes, so must the tools used to aid in the successful completion of a cinema-based project or assignment. These tools, ranging from stabilization aids to filtration enhancers, have all become highly sought-after pieces of technology, transforming the capabilities of the industry’s already impressive array of equipment.