ikan exhibits at Collision Conference in LA


ikan is proud to announce our participation in the Image Mechanics Expo – Collision Conference!

The collision between stills and motion has happened. Mainstream magazines like Esquire and W used a digital motion picture camera for still assignments. Advertising clients have already started requesting that photographers start to deliver video content in addition to still imagery. Photo journalists are finding that they must shoot multi-media to remain relevant. Commercial directors are being asked to provide still images for print and billboards. “Living Movie Posters” are being used to promote feature films. In the motion world, hybrid DSLRs are being used to capture footage on blockbuster features like Terminator Salvation and launching a whole new class of indie filmmakers. Music video directors are finding these hybrid cameras a perfect fit for creative shoots on a budget.

Because so many photographers were unprepared for the first wave of the digital revolution, we created the Collision Conference as a way to help savvy photographers and cinematographers stay ahead of this trend and not become roadkill.

Get all the juicy details at http://www.imagemechanicsexpo.com


~ by Clint Milby on August 13, 2009.

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