Magic Lantern, Raw Video and the Importance of Workflow

In my last post I mentioned that I have a Canon 5D Mark III running Magic Lantern firmware. I made that choice and installed the firmware before I had even shot with the camera. I read an extensive amount about the so-called hack, and, even though it is risky because it could void the warranty on… Continue reading Magic Lantern, Raw Video and the Importance of Workflow

The Art of Taking Breaks: Part 5, Digital Problems, Analog, and Doing What You Love

You’ll recall in an earlier post I wrote that when I purchased the Sony DSC-F707, and that it came furnished with a Sony Memory Stick with 128 megabytes of storage. Cards at that point in time hadn’t progressed too far into high capacity. In contrast, recently I purchased a compact flash card of 64 gigabytes… Continue reading The Art of Taking Breaks: Part 5, Digital Problems, Analog, and Doing What You Love