Tips, tricks and tutorials for professional video producers, filmmakers, directors and camera operators.
These are the steps that take Hollywood films from the green screen to the big screen.
The tech behind the Lytro Cinema Camera spells the end of the green screen, fixed shutter speeds, static depth of field, frames per second, and focusing. Seriously.
Walter Murch’s work as a film editor and sound designer is vital to the history of cinema and he has some serious wisdom to impart to any film and video maker.
Don’t get fooled by deceptive marketing or promises. Unless Adobe’s done personal harm to you or your family pets, please don’t download (or even worse: install) any of the video editing software below.
Documentary work requires not only great video, but great sound too. Here are nine tricks that will help capture the best audio.
Perhaps one of the most iconic cinematic styles belongs to the enigmatic director Terrence Malick. Here are some of the key components of his signature look.
Simulate camera shake with this free collection of Premiere Pro presets created for Deadpool.
Continuity is vital to your story. By shooting with the edit in mind, you’ll save yourself countless headaches.
Here are six free scriptwriting resources for you to pen your next screenplay.
From three-point lighting to motivated setups, here is everything you need to know about lighting placement and schemes.
From file management to lower thirds, these twelve video editing tips will help you shape your documentary film.
Fixing color issues when working with mixed color temperature footage can be simplified utilizing color keys in DaVinci Resolve.