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Many filmmakers shoot corporate content in between personal projects, but it’s rare that they take any insight learned from corporate projects and apply it to their creative work as well. Here are five creative lessons you can take from corporate video work.
The video editing landscape is ever changing; Premiere Pro is on the rise in Hollywood, Final Cut Pro is exceeding expectations, and Avid is in decline. Let’s find out why.
Give your videos consistent design with title templates, a helpful tool in Premiere Pro.
Wipster’s new integration seamlessly creates Premiere Pro markers from online client feedback.
Many of the most iconic films in history have extremely captivating stories behind their production. Here are five of our favorite behind-the-scenes documentaries.
The digital age is in full effect, and while the methods of marketing your film have changed, the principles have not.
There’s been no shortage of ultra-high-sensitivity cameras released over the last year, but Sony’s latest offering — the UMC-S3C — might just have the competition beat.
These video cameras have been used by TV studios, independent filmmakers, and major studios alike. Here are the most popular options to upgrade to from a DSLR or mirrorless.
Production design is the key to creating the world in which a film exists. Let’s take a look at what it takes to develop solid production design.
Filmmaker and videography gear can bust your budget before you even start shooting. There’s no reason to go broke — affordable gear solutions are easy to find, especially if you’re willing to take a DIY approach.
Staying organized is key for becoming a faster and more efficient editor. Here are a few ways to customize your Premiere Pro project panel for your specific project.