Tips, tricks and tutorials for professional video producers, filmmakers, directors and camera operators.
Many of us focus heavily on cameras, gear, lenses, and other equipment as a means to create a cinematic image, but there is so much more that goes into making a cinematic image.
Shooting with a prime lens can has a ton of benefits over shooting on a zoom lens. In the following post we will take a look at the top 5.
Editing 4K footage takes longer than editing HD footage but the end result is so much sharper, Right? In the following video we will compare footage edited in 4K vs footage edited in 1080 and compare the results when exported to HD.
These screenwriting tips are fundamental, simple, and have worked for many writers time and time again.
The Inverse-Square Law may be nerdiest lighting term that every photographer, video pro or filmmaker should understand. Check out this explanation and detailed video tutorial.
Having Image Stabilization is sometimes more important than having a wide aperture, but how does it work? In the following article we will learn how Image Stabilization works and take a look at some common mistakes to avoid when using IS.
What’s the difference between a $1 mic and a $350 mic? Find out in the following video tutorial.
We take a look at the Nikon D810 and determine if it’s a good choice for filmmakers.
Improve the quality of your sound recording, design and mix with these free masterclasses!
Your Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera will soon be able to take Canon EF lenses at a reduced focal length, but convenience comes at a cost…$649 to be exact.
After being unveiled at NAB 2014, the public beta for DaVinci Resolve is available for download today.
A few lucky filmmakers got to download a Blackmagic firmware update today that was accidentally posted on Blackmagic’s website. The update features 4K RAW support and a new interface.