Archiving master files of your projects is never a fun task, but FCPX’s built-in bundles feature makes it a whole lot easier.
When it comes to color grading commercials, there are some universal principles that apply to just about every project.
Shooting action sequences takes a special set of technical and creative skills. Here’s how to get it right every time.
Most of us are capable of capturing cinematic looks on narrative productions. But what about event footage? Here’s how to get great results at your next freelance videographer gig.
Great directors are not all cut from the same cloth, but the most successful of them share these five habits.
Before you rush out to buy your first fancy camera, make sure you’re prepared for battle with these four tools every DP should have in their kit.
Using footage from different types of cameras can make color grading a challenge. Here are some tips to make the process easier.
Most directors believe the majority of their work is done on set or in editing. In reality, much of the director’s job is performed during pre-production.
Amateur directors often overcompensate for their lack of experience by overdirecting their actors. Here are some ways to take a more subtle approach.
Soft light can give you top-notch results when shooting talent, but many amateur DPs struggle with the basics. Use these illuminating tips to soften your shadows on set.
DaVinci Resolve is best known for color grading, but it’s also great for translating project files from multiple software platforms. Here’s how it’s done!
Experienced film directors understand how difficult it can be to complete a feature. Here are four mistakes that can make the task even harder.