Mike and John gear up for Siggraph Asia, and the changing landscape of digital cameras for still and video.
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Break week is upcoming, along with the scheduled server move. Already a lot of contention in the Oscars animation category, and The Foundry gets an interview with the UK’s Telegraph.
The importance of solid product roll out, the stability of Adobe, and the possibility of cell phone camera footage showing up in production pipelines.
Updates are coming to the fxphd distribution servers and VPN, and members can now sign up for early access to the Flare and Flame Assist Learning Edition.
Back from being exceptionally busy, John and Mike get a chance to sit down and discuss all the great new courses this term at fxphd.
New company acquisitions for Blackmagic and Microsoft, and what that means for their place in their industries. Mike makes a call out for fxphd gamers for a future podcast.
The new Apple Watch prompts a few questions about the original intentions for and actual uses of tech, and monitor and camera resolutions keep growing.
Response to the new Background Fundamentals Challenge, answering some questions from the forums and exclusivity between fxphd and fxguide.
Mike and John are back from Siggraph, the new exploration of VR in post and the return of the Background Fundamental Challenge.
Updates to the website, a new Davinci Resolve Fast Forward makes its way out of the gates and updates to the Siggraph meetups.