Tips, tricks and tutorials for professional video producers, filmmakers, directors and camera operators.
One of the most important things you can do when starting out in the film industry, is learn to abide by the unwritten rules of the set.
Indie film directors today have largely become more concerned with gear, effects, and post-production than with story and acting, which is one reason so many indie films fail to have any success. While the technical side of filmmaking is critical in today’s filmmaking environment, it is raw performance that will always be what captivates audiences most.
Learn how to (not) clean your camera in this hard to watch video tutorial.
Learn how to create an awesome dolly zoom effect in the following time-lapse photography tutorial.
Want to improve the look of your videos? The following tutorials prove that it doesn’t take a lot of money to make your video projects look like they were shot in a professional studio.
Learn the in’s-and-out’s of ISO in this helpful video tutorial.
It seems like every filmmaker these days likes to throw a 2.35:1 letterbox on their footage to give it a more ‘filmic look’. The truth is though, this ratio is not right for all projects and what’s more pertinent for a cinematic look is choosing the most appropriate aspect, not necessarily the widest.
In film and video, the production sound mixer is responsible for obtaining the cleanest possible dialogue recording. In this post we’ll take a look at a few ways this is accomplished.
Check out the new Rokinon wide-angle cine lenses in this awesome overview video.
Logline’s can make or break your script’s success. Learn how to write effective one’s in the following video.
Considering buying a new Canon lens? This lens analysis series will help you decide which lens is best for your needs.
The following course provided by Nikon shows us how speedlights can dramatically enhance your photography.