Want to get started with a career in visual effects but not sure where to start? Check out these 5 VFX and animation training resources that are both affordable and convenient.
In part 2 of our series on Lighting for Video we discuss color temperature, light size and power draw. Understanding these lighting essentials is important for determining the right light for your video productions.
Create a dynamic stripe transition in After Effects – a versatile animation that can be easily customized. Then save the animation as a preset so you can quickly use it again in the future. In this After Effects video tutorial we’ll show you how.
A good film score and audio mix can make or break your film project. In this post, we share a few resources for filmmakers and sound designers to pick up new tricks and learn from the best in the business.
Save time in your video edits by efficiently logging clips on the front end. Adobe Prelude is a powerful logging tool and in this post we show you how to make best use of it for two common types of interview styles.
Is your creative profession encouraging a sedentary lifestyle? Check out some facts about standing desks and how this alternative may make you healthier and more productive.
Learn to create the popular flat design circle burst animation in After Effects – useful for infographics, titles and logo reveals.
Sweeten your dialogue in Premiere Pro with track based effects. In this post we’ll share the fundamentals of using track based effects, plus 3 settings for great sounding dialogue.
Are you considering buying or using a Blackmagic Cinema Camera? We’ve rounded up a ton of info to get you up to speed on the new video production cams!
We kick off our Lighting for Video tutorial series with this introduction to lighting instruments and how to measure output. This is ESSENTIAL knowledge for any video pro!
In this post we look at trailers and shorts as a way to drum up investment and interest for a feature film release. Check out 3 successful examples.
Whether you’re just getting your start in video production or a seasoned vet looking to pick up some tricks, you’re sure to learn something from these tripod tips.