Tips, tricks and tutorials for professional video producers, filmmakers, directors and camera operators.
Ever get a sense of déjà vu in the movie theater? There’s a reason. These visually distinct locations have been featured in more movies than you might realize.
Blackmagic Design recently put the URSA Mini 4.6K into the hands of a few film and video pros. As you’ll see, the resulting footage is impressive.
A good pitch requires more than a short description and price quote — and it goes beyond what’s put down on paper. Here are some points to keep in mind when pitching your next corporate video.
Everything is a Remix creator, Kirby Ferguson, shares how he drew his inspiration for his transformative creative workflow.
Canon camera rumors gain traction leading up to the next major photo and video trade shows. (Yes. There are Canon 5D Mk IV updates.)
Here are some professional tricks of the trade from the man who literally wrote the book on being a grip.
For a lot of us, professional video production means shooting and editing corporate videos. Whether you’ve been doing it for decades or are planning your first shoot, here are some tips to keep in mind on your next project.
See how indie filmmaker Ryan Connolly and DJI team up to create epic action shorts captured on DJI gear.
We’ve seen their names roll by in the credits. We’re familiar with some of the bigger producers in Hollywood. But what does a film producer actually do? (It’s much more than you’d think!)
There are a handful of commonly used frame rates, each with their own purpose. Here is a quick guide to the industry standard frame rates and what their purposes are.
Panavision, Light Iron, and RED Digital Cinema team up to create the 8K DXL camera.
Having trouble finding corporate video clients? Looking to make some extra income on the side? We share some good advice on how to book some more work.