Follow our three tips for slowing your life down to keep your creativity vibrant – important tips for ALL creative professionals!
Check out this montage of the very best Steadicam shots in film and video history. A tribute to one of the harest working positions in the production industry!
Are you a creative professional looking to maximize your earnings? In this post we share a few tips for taking control of your finances that are essential for growing your creative business!
In this post we share some useful lessons from some of the biggest filmmaking legends in history. We’ll talk cinematography, the language of cinema and video/film editing!
Genesis is a short video that shows off the beautiful shots capable with the Magic Lantern RAW camera hack – the most stunning camera test we’ve seen!
We’ve rounded up the best online video production and filmmaking resources. Check out the leading sites for equipment reviews, tutorials and video production tip/tricks.
Technology companies often over sell and under deliver. In this quick case study, see how you can apply the principles of honesty and humanity in your own work – winning client trust AND satisfaction.
Know the science and psychology behind color temperature and you’ll better know how to use it in your film and video projects. Check out this super informative tutorial on understanding color temperature!
Got a few minutes to spare while rendering? Check out these 5 sites that can provide quick info or entertainment, perfect for video editors!
Spotmaps provide a quick way to see a color palette of an entire film. Discover how these unique color maps can be used to think critically about the use of color in your own projects.
Many videos pros are worried about lower barriers to entry creating an onslaught of amateur looking to break into the professional market. In this post, we share a few thoughts on why pros should actually welcome a new legion of amateur video creators.
In creative projects, with differing visions and tight deadlines, things occasionally go wrong. Sometimes, really really wrong. Here’s a few tips for saving face and moving on when things go south.