I'm not quite sure that the brothers are not rolling around in their graves . Rapidly followed by W. Gene Smith and Gordon Parks. The more I know about this medium the less I know. If I'm running at 100 MPH , I'm probably in reverse. But, I promise myself I'll try to keep up. This photograph is pretty amazing. Enjoy!
Following blog post by Vincent .
What camera did I use to make this still picture?
Go ahead and guess what camera I suggest you click on the image above to see it at full resolution (and make sure you zoom in to 100%) to make this photograph in the comments above. It with a new camera that many photographers have not yet heard of… Some of you will guess right away and already know about it… Others radically.__________________________________________________________________________________________ when I what camera shot this photograph. It’s a camera that has the potential to change things –
ANSWER: This image is actually a FRAME GRAB. It was not shot with a STILL camera but with the RED EPIC M digital cinema camera at 96 frames per second. For the techies: The image with a Zeiss Compact Prime 25mm f 2.9 , natural light, at T 2.9 , 1/200th of a second at 800 ASA in RED’s RAW format – a RAW format similar to a or NEF (for Canon and Nikon users .)
The camera’s "cinema" resolution is 5K – more than five times your HD Television (see chart below)… Other than a quick color correction – no enhancement whatsoever to this image. Perhaps just as importantly : there were 95 other frames that EACH SECOND that I rolled on the camera… 95 other shots to choose from… shot handheld on a moving subject – not posed.