Tips, tricks and tutorials for professional video producers, filmmakers, directors and camera operators.
Most DSLR shooters are accustomed to working with electronic lenses, but there are a handful of great manual lenses out there (old and new) that can provide even better results with many added benefits.
Histograms can quickly tell you if your image is underexposed or overexposed. The following article will give you a quick crash course in how to use them.
Lens apertures may seem confusing but with a little practice you’ll be an f-stop master.
Panasonic just announced their latest camera. With 4K video and a sub-$1000 price tag the FZ1000 might be a great entry level camera.
Practical effects can look better than their CGI counterparts and they don’t require extensive computer knowledge. In the following article we countdown the top 10 practical effects of movie history.
Learn how Avid Media Composer can automatically color correct your clips in this video tutorial by Lynda.com.
Learn about inspiration from the guy who made the most cliché demo reel of 2014.
Quantum dot technology is ready to explode…and it’s going to forever change the display industry. Here’s what you need to know.
What can you do before getting on set to make your production process smoother? In this post, we share tips for making sure your productions go off without a hitch.
Learn how to properly clean your camera gear in this video tutorial presented by Canon.
Sound designer Tim Nielsen shares insight into how he created the sound for Disney’s Maleficent.
The boom operator employs the technique of suspending a microphone above a subject allowing for versatility and movement of the talent and operator while retaining excellent audio quality.