DSLR filmmaking is the future of filmmaking. There are companies like Red, Canon and Nikon that are all competing to make small cameras that are easy to wield, provide high resolution imagery and a shallow depth of field.
Before, cameras relied on celluloid to capture the information received by reflected light. Celluloid is nothing more than a layer of chemicals that reacts to sunlight and since the reaction is organic, film is considered to be a medium that can capture the greatest resolution of an image. Today however, computer sensors inside some cameras can capture the same amount of information as 35mm film.
Since the advent of video technology, camera enthusiasts have complained about the lack of a shallow depth of field. This has changed however with the interchangeable lenses that can be mounted on video cameras and still photography cameras in conjunction with computer sensors that record high resolution imagery. Now you can get a soft focus on either side of your subject matter, rich colors and a cinematic look.
Technology today will change the way filmmaking is done going forward. Photojournalists will no longer be viewed as technicians but rather as artists. Videography won’t be seen as something that “isn’t rock science” but as something that is rocket science. Viewers will expect videos to be engaging with beautiful imagery and well told stories. The dawn of filmmaking has arrived or perhaps a new “era” has arrived.
The DSLR cameras that are available today are just the beginning of this new era of filmmaking. Cameras will be more affordable and anyone will be able to make Hollywood level films. However, keep in mind that anyone can buy a paint brush or a pencil but it doesn’t mean they will ever become Picasso or Edger Allen Poe. It still requires great training, dedication and talent to tell stories well.
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