Tips, tricks and tutorials for professional video producers, filmmakers, directors and camera operators.
Movie props are an often overlooked item, but they are essential to your film’s storytelling. Check out some great movie props, and learn to make your own with these resources.
Learn how to frame a Wide Shot the Robert Richardson way. Break down the work of an eight-time Oscar nominee by learning the difference between a Wide Shot and Extreme Wide Shot.
Let’s wrap our heads around the good, the bad and the ugly of this season’s Premiere Pro updates and issues.
Need a makeshift camera rig on a small budget? Check out these five cinematography hacks that can be made for under $50.
Sometimes you don’t have access to a proper lighting setup. In these situations, it’s great to have a camera that handles low-light environments with ease. Here are the best low-light video camera options under $2500.
Use these easy tips to market your video production company and build your audience and clientele!
Lets take a look at how to capture amazing footage in everyday situations with these insights from professional video producer Mathieu Provost.
The first footage from the new GoPro Drone is devastatingly disappointing. With plummeting stock, GoPro seems to have gone from Hero to zero.
Major studios are seeing the benefit of featuring other cultures in their blockbuster films. Let’s take a look at one of the most popular topics: Mexico’s Día De Los Muertos.
There’s more that goes into capturing cinematic drone footage than just buying the right aircraft. Let’s take a look at some aerial cinematography tips.
Close-up shots are perfect for building tension and guiding the audience’s focus. Let’s look at how they’ve been utilized by Sergio Leone and others.
3-axis gimbals are wildly versatile filmmaking tools, offering stable footage and the ability to create movements that would usually require extra gear.