Tips, tricks and tutorials for professional video producers, filmmakers, directors and camera operators.
Just because you don’t have a big budget for your film your final product shouldn’t have to suffer. In this post, I share my first-hand experiences in creating a successful low budget film. Know the best way to allocate your time and money to give your low-budget film a big-budget result.
Don’t fix it in post. Do your legwork in pre-production to ensure you get the best sounding audio in your film or video project. In this video tutorial you’ll learn several considerations for getting the cleanest audio on-set.
In part 2 of our series on Lighting for Video we discuss color temperature, light size and power draw. Understanding these lighting essentials is important for determining the right light for your video productions.
Are you considering buying or using a Blackmagic Cinema Camera? We’ve rounded up a ton of info to get you up to speed on the new video production cams!
We kick off our Lighting for Video tutorial series with this introduction to lighting instruments and how to measure output. This is ESSENTIAL knowledge for any video pro!
Whether you’re just getting your start in video production or a seasoned vet looking to pick up some tricks, you’re sure to learn something from these tripod tips.
Know for sure how many times a camera has been used with these handy tools for determining shutter actuation – useful when buying used cameras or for estimating how much life you have on your current equipment.
Create your own photo or video light reflector. These sturdier models are easy to make and are super affordable.
Hyperlapse is timelapse on steroids! In this post we share a tutorial for shooting Hyperlapse videos, as well as a few stunning examples of Hyperlapse projects.
Want to make a documentary? Pick up some tips from industry pros that have done it. In this roundup we share talks by influential documentary directors and editors.
How do you keep your creative career fresh and focused? It’s all too easy for a passion to become a chore when you’re doing it as a career. In this post, we share a few tips for ensuring vitality and enthusiasm in your work.
We’ve rounded up 3 killer tutorials to show you how to use storyboards in your film and video projects. Topics covered include storyboarding process and what to do when you can’t draw well!