Tips, tricks and tutorials for professional video producers, filmmakers, directors and camera operators.
With the rapid advancement of motion picture technology, many of us have placed an emphasis on camera specs over art. Is that mindset a mistake?
The overuse of shallow depth of field has been an issue since the DSLR revolution hit, and it can look especially bad on daytime exteriors.
If you’re just starting out as a filmmaker or DP, these three prime lenses are the most essential to start with.
No money? No problem. Here are some quick tips on how to market your film on a small budget.
Looking to give your footage a high-budget cinematic look? Check out these tips.
The close-up shot is considered a building block of film. It has become a staple of cinema, featured in nearly every motion picture.
Have you written or received a script for your next project? Here are eight questions to ask before moving into production.
One of the biggest headaches associated with shooting at 24fps is the jittery look of vertical lines you get when panning. This calculator will help you eliminate that issue entirely.
In a fast-paced session, it’s easy to lose track of each node’s function in the tree. DaVinci Resolve 12’s compound nodes offer a solution.
Stabilization devices such as a Movi or Steadicam aren’t always an option. Luckily, there are other ways to capture walk-and-talk shots smoothly.
Let’s do the timewarp and take a look at how a film becomes a cult classic.
From original Virtual Reality films to the set of Star Wars: Rogue One, here are the companies leading the charge in VR Filmmaking.