Tips, tricks and tutorials for professional video producers, filmmakers, directors and camera operators.
Using only available light maybe a stylistic choice for your film project – but it must be executed well. In this post, I share 3 tips for effectively shooting with natural light.
We’ve rounded up some of the best websites for Indie-film for your creative inspiration.
With 4K Raw recording and 240fps capabilities the Panasonic Varicam 35 is shaking up the world of high-end filmmaking.
This awesome retro throwback video shows the leading camera technology of 1993 – complete with cheesy 90′s music, leather jackets with turtlenecks and VanDamme with a mullet!
Smart Folders are a free way to find and organize your video editing project files on a Mac. In this video, you’ll see how and why you should implement them for your own work.
4K footage looks amazing but it can make video editing a nightmare if you don’t know how to set up your projects. In the following video by Luke Neumann, we learn how to properly edit and export 4K footage using Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects.
Pick up filmmaking tips from a Hollywood master, Martin Scorsese. In this roundup we get a rare glimpse into Scorsese’s methods and process.
In this video tutorial we take a look at hairlights and examine some of the best ways to properly use them to make your subject pop.
The Oscar nominations for best VFX are out and this proved to be an awesome year for visual effects. In the following article we show visual effects breakdowns for all five oscar nominated films.
With over 470 still and motion picture camera options, the Mark II Artist’s Viewfinder is a powerful smartphone app for quickly visualizing your shots. We’ve got 10 copies to giveaway!
Your film’s success weighs heavily on the effectiveness of it’s marketing. In this post we sit down with pro film marketeer Mark Steven Bosco and pick up some tips and advice for promoting indie film.
Unlike DSLRs, the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera uses a micro four thirds system that requires special lenses. Find out how micro four thirds is different – and how you can still use the BMPCC with your existing DSLR lenses.