Tips, tricks and tutorials for professional video producers, filmmakers, directors and camera operators.
Fog machines and hazers are some of the most widely used tricks of the trade on film sets, but they certainly aren’t the only way to give your footage a soft hazy look. Here are a few other ways to pull it off.
Anamorphic footage has become synonymous with the “Hollywood” look, which has many independent filmmakers using anamorphic lenses as a means to add production value to their projects. Here’s how you can too.
The Sony a7S II is one of the most popular mirrorless cameras on the market for video, but it calls for some extra color grading in post to get the footage looking just right. Here’s how you can get great results.
Add some day-to-day reality into your next video project by including eye-catching on-screen text message visuals. Here’s how to do it the right way.
These FREE LUTs are perfect for professional video editors. Make your footage more cinematic with these free color grading tools.
Discover a Final Cut Pro X feature that flies under the radar for many new editors: copy the attributes of any clip in your timeline and instantly paste them across multiple clips.
These must-watch interviews offer great insight for every filmmaker. Learn about the art and current state of the film industry from The Hollywood Reporter’s 2016 Oscar roundtables.
You don’t have to spend a lot of money to capture eye-catching dolly shots. Here are a few pro and DIY options that won’t bust your budget.
Shooting a professional product video is surprisingly easy — if you have the right gear. Here’s everything you need.
Super 16mm film offers a distinct and beautiful look that can be hard to replicate digitally. Here’s what you need to know in order to achieve the S16 look when shooting on a digital cinema camera.
The newest cameras heading to shelves, Zeiss lenses for your phone, and the ins and outs of how video gear was stolen last year. Here are the biggest headlines of the new year.
Learn how this incredibly smooth aerial drone footage was captured with a micro drone and then stabilized with ReelSteady in After Effects.