New DCS Streaming: Aerial Cinematography
With the help of Editor Christopher Knell, we are starting to catch up on a huge backlog of streaming content. You can now check out the latest editions to the DCS streaming library. The first is coverage of our event on Professional Aerial Cinematography which was held on March 7th at Pictorvision. Presentations from special guests include:
- David Nowell, ASC, renowned Aerial Director/DP
- Michael Chambliss, ICG Business Rep and UAV authority
- Manolo De La Serna, of wireless systems manufacturer, Teradek
- Illya Friedman, Camera and UAV Vendor, Hot Rod Cameras
- Tom Hallman, our Host and President of Pictorvision
We explore the safety implications and the legal status of UAVs for commercial use such as motion picture photography. We also looked at the technological advancements that are opening doors to new ways of capturing aerial sequences, and what makes these new tools better for some applications, while traditional methods are still best for others.
Special thanks to our volunteer streaming crew of David Mahlmann as Producer, Cricket Peters and Scott MacDonald operating cameras and Christopher Knell for all postproduction. Cameras courtesy of Canon, USA.
New Streaming: Meet a Friend of DCS — K-Tek, A Leading Sound and Camera Accessory Manufacturer
Our second new streaming entry is a brief on-line profile of DCS supporter K-Tek. We meet Brenda Klemme and Tino Liberatore, and find out about their host of new audio and camera support products.
DCS Silent Auction In Full Swing
Please visit the Silent Auction webpage for details and images of all the great products available, everything from Camera Batteries, Accessories, and Lights, to Storage and Software, most with starting bids up to a 40% discount from MSRP: