Tips, tricks and tutorials for professional video producers, filmmakers, directors and camera operators.
Nesting in Premiere Pro is a great tool for streamlining a long project. It’s also great for combining more effects to a clip than is usually possible. Here’s how to use it.
Recording voice-over and narration can be a daunting task. Before starting your next project, consider these methods and equipment.
RED puts their 8K Super35 HELIUM sensor in the EPIC and WEAPON. Here’s everything you need to know.
Whether you’re promoting a film, product, or even your own services, creating an effective promotional video can yield massively beneficial results.
Putting together a highlight film to help an elite athlete stand out among the rest? Here are some tips to give your athlete the best advantage over the competition.
Adobe gets it. We talk to the creative team behind the Creative Cloud at Adobe Video World 2016.
Outdoing their previous a6300 installment, Sony’s new a6500 boasts an even faster camera with 5-axis stabilization, touchscreen, and faster processing.
Learn how to archive and share your projects with the helpful Adobe Premiere Pro Project Manager.
If you produce, shoot, and edit your own projects, you may find yourself identifying with a new hybrid term: Shreditor.
Play with your audience’s perceptions by creatively flattening cinematic images in your next video production. Here’s what you need to know about profile framing.
When shooting professional interviews, a one or two camera setup is usually the norm. However, if you have the resources, a third camera can bring an extra dynamic to your productions. Here’s how.
This quick tutorial covering dynamic trimming in Premiere Pro will help you achieve more precise playback while editing in the timeline.