With the recent success of ‘The Lego Movie’ we thought it would be fun to round up a few of the most awesome lego stop-motion videos on the Internet.
Use the 32-bit color setting in After Effects for more than just color grading. We share a trick for getting brighter than white color using 32-bit and experiment with it to create unique effects!
For years the famous “Shower Scene” from Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho has been attributed to the master of suspense, but new insights suggest that Hitchcock may not have directed the scene.
Go beyond the standard import workflow in Adobe Premiere Pro. In this video editing tutorial we show you three additional options for bringing your footage into Premiere.
In honor of the season we’ve compiled a list of reasons why your true love is filmmaking.
In this masterclass video, VFX legend Douglas Trumbull shares his work behind the visual effects in 2001: Space Odyssey, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Blade Runner and many more.
You don’t need an elaborate light setup to capture clean, evenly lit shots. In this video tutorial you’ll learn a few tricks for getting great looking shots with a single light setup.
FilmConvert is a powerful post production tool that can quickly give your digital footage an organic film look. In this post we take a look at FilmConvert, it’s capabilities and how to integrate it into your video editing or color grading workflow.
Even some of the world’s best filmmakers had rough starts, so don’t be discouraged! In this post we share the bad first movies of Peter Jackson, Francis Ford Coppola, Ron Howard and Oliver Stone.
In this video tutorial you’ll discover how to create a double exposure title sequence similar to the one in True Detectives.
Get the most out of your investment. Outfit your Blackmagic Pocket Camera with a cage for protection and accessories. In this post, we share 5 good cage options for the BMPCC.
With it’s increased resolution and image quality it’s easy to see why 4K footage is quickly becoming the new standard in video production. But is it too late? In the following article we take a look at the future of 4K and the historical trends that lead us to suspect that it might be short-lived.