Prepare yourself to shoot behind-the-scenes videos and mini-docs with these easy to remember tips.
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Reverse on-screen motion has been used since the dawn of cinema. Learn how to use this backward technique for your own video productions.
In the weeks ahead, Zeiss, DJI, Samyang, and Phase One plan to release some of their most impressive lenses yet. Here’s what we know so far.
Cinematographer Mark Vargo breaks down his work on The Empire Strikes Back and discusses how ILM perfected blue-screen processing in the 1980s.
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Take a look at a really interesting breakdown of film stock and how moving images are captured and processed.
Unsure of where to start your journey into the highest reaches of the vlogosphere? This quick guide will help you along the path toward vlogging success.
We know the title and recognize some of the greats, but what does a director of photography (aka cinematographer) actually do on a film production? Let’s explore.
Here are three reasons why every documentary filmmaker should have a point-and-shoot camera in their arsenal.
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Surprising announcements and new developments never stop in the film and video industry. Here’s the latest videography and filmmaking news you may have missed.