Thinking about buying a new DSLR camera for video projects? Think again. Here are five reasons why videographers may want to avoid DSLRs.
When you’re ready to move beyond your DIY audio recording setup, use this guide to build a pro boom mic setup for around $500.
There are several video editing techniques every professional needs to know. Let’s take a look at two of them: the J-cut and L-cut.
These affordable lenses are fantastic tools for creating cinematic masterpieces. Here are the very best EF lenses available for less than a grand.
The debate over film versus digital will rage on well into the future, but let’s take a look at some of the emerging negatives of shooting on film.
Despite modern innovations, a dedicated light meter is still the best way to ensure consistent and high quality results on your video projects.
Lens manufacturer Cooke Optics has a YouTube channel that should be followed by every cinematographer.
Ever used a focus chart? Learn more about this important filmmaking tool and discover how it can help your next production.
Shooting a wedding, but not sure what camera gear you need? Take a look at four of the best lens options for capturing the whole wedding day.
The new DJI Phantom 4 drone almost flies itself. Take a closer look at the the fastest and smartest Phantom yet.
The jump cut can drive any editor crazy. Here are five ways to hide jump cuts and save your sanity.
Increase your competitive edge with these eight videography and filmmaking books that will make you better at what you do.