Tips, tricks and tutorials for professional video producers, filmmakers, directors and camera operators.
Sometimes working in film means hitting the road or taking a flight. We’ve put together 5 big tips to make life easier for traveling filmmakers!
Let’s put aside the camera load outs and other gear setups and just focus on knowledge based cinematography tips.
If you find yourself forced to go it alone, here’s all the gear you’ll need to get the job done as a one man documentary crew.
The FS700 price drop can mean one of two things… Either the market has caught up to the device or it’s obsolete. We think we might know which one it is.
Great locations can make even the lowest budget production look like a million bucks. Learn how to to land awesome film locations without breaking the bank.
Doing an involved motion graphics piece? Use Illustrator to create your storyboards and style frames, setting you up to easily move to After Effects!
Inception horns or no Inception horns? Creating an awesome trailer is much more difficult than it looks. Let’s explore the best way to put together footage and music for trailers.
Working with a sound recordist is best, but sometimes you need to multi-task and record location audio yourself. These tips will help you do it right.
Find out what the industry is talking about with this collection of recent must-read filmmaking articles.
Want to land that big deal with a studio? Well here are some proof of concept films that did just that.
The big screen dinosaur rampage that started in the 1900s continues this summer with Jurassic World. Let’s take a look at the history of Hollywood dinosaurs.
Period pieces are usually out of reach for low-budget filmmakers, but these five tips will open up the possibility of setting your story in a different era.