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Learn Cameras with ARRI Academy
ARRI Academy offers a wide range of training courses to help users of all abilities to gain hands-on knowledge of ARRI products and workflows and build their on-set confidence. We sat down with Art Adams, and experienced camera operator and DP, to talk about the upcoming ARRI Academy crash course he's teaching.
Published on Wednesday, May 16, 2018 10:00 AM
First Impressions of the ARRI ALEXA LF
I usually like to start most of our discussions with lots of questions. But this time, I only have one question. What is an ARRI Large-Format Camera System? I had to know. Featuring a sensor slightly bigger than full frame, ALEXA LF records native 4K with ARRI’s best overall image quality.
Published on Wednesday, June 20, 2018 12:12 PM
Diving Into the ARRI Academy Certified Camera and Cinematography Workshop
Matt Siegel, Director of Photography, talks about being an instructor and more about the ARRI Academy Certified Camera and Cinematography Workshop.
Published on Wednesday, March 13, 2019 10:00 AM
ARRI behind the scenes of Oscar® winning films
On February 24, 2019 at the Dolby® Theatre in Hollywood, many outstanding achievements were recognized at the 91th Academy Awards ceremony. ARRI would like to thank the Academy for demonstrating that art is more important than ratings!
Published on Friday, March 1, 2019 10:00 AM
5 Questions with ARRI’s Alan Lennox
Over his 30 years in production, Alan Lennox has worked in many capacities leading up to camera operator and then specializing in Steadicam. He is currently an active member of the Society of Camera Operators, IATSE 667Toronto, IATSE 669 Vancouver and other industry associations. Alan was one of the first operators to adopt the ARRI Trinity -- the first hybrid camera stabilizer that combines classic mechanical stabilization with advanced active electronic stabilization. He then joined ARRI as the Camera Stabilization Systems (CSS) Specialist for the Americas. Currently, Alan shares his time between supporting CSS sales, demonstrations and tradeshows and also leads ARRI’s CSS workshops for the ARRI Academy for Maxima, artemis, Trinity and Stabilized Remote Heads.
Published on Wednesday, March 20, 2019 10:00 AM
Photographer Zen Sekizawa relies on ARRI Lighting for “The Dance”
Exploring the breaking down of traditional ideals of Japanese refinement through the avant-garde dance form known as Butoh, “The Dance” compiles slow motion, still photography, and stop-motion all lit with ARRI lighting.
Published on Monday, February 18, 2019 10:00 AM
5 Questions with ARRI’s Art Adams
Art Adams has worked as a director of photography for over two decades, focusing on commercials, branded content, visual effects and much more. He also served as a technology consultant for companies including Sony, Canon, Element Labs, Sound Devices and more. Adams joined ARRI in December 2018 as Cinema Lens Specialist based out of the Burbank, CA office.
Published on Friday, February 8, 2019 10:00 AM
A Directors Choice: Sony F55 vs. Canon C500 vs. Arri Alexa
by featured blog contributor, Jeremy Pinckert I recently needed to prep for a shoot where we had to match RED ONE 4K footage from 2010. The discussion came down to which 4K camera to use for this video shoot, and at first I was stuck choosing between the Sony CineAlta PMW-F55, the Canon Cinema EOS C500, and the ARRI ALEXA camera systems. Read further to follow our thought process, and see the final results captured by the winning camera system!
Published on Thursday, May 9, 2013 1:39 PM
Changes in the Lighting Industry: An In-Depth Look with Mike Jones, Manager, Product and Sales at ARRI
Mike Jones, Manager, Product and Sales at ARRI, gives a glimpse into his start in the industry, current lighting trends and how much the industry has changed since he started his career.
Published on Wednesday, August 15, 2018 3:31 PM
Full Frame Cameras: How Will They Affect Our Industry?
The release of full frame cameras like ARRI's LF, RED’s Monstro, Canon’s C700 and Sony’s VENICE has made it clear that the future of cinema is headed toward larger sensor sizes. Of course, we have been shooting full frame video ever since the Canon 5D Mark II. But it’s only recently that high-end cinema camera manufacturers have brought larger sensor cameras to the market.
Published on Thursday, November 15, 2018 9:45 AM
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