Soft light is a fantastic resource for any filmmaker. Let’s take a look at ten ways cinematographers create soft, diffused light on a film set.
Many filmmakers assume that achieving high production value is as simple as shooting on the right camera. In reality, it’s got a lot more to do with surrounding yourself with the right team.
With the Oculus Rift scheduled for early 2016, filmmakers are looking for ways to generate VR content. Here are three great options for capturing 360 degree footage.
DaVinci Resolve’s Scene Cut Detection function chops a single file into multiple shots. Here’s how to how to use this time-saving feature.
High-sensitivity cameras that can shoot in low light are more popular than ever. These three low-light cameras will have you covered, regardless of the size of your budget.
From suspense to sports to comedy, many films rely on montages to progress their story. Here is a look at the evolution of montages.
Many photographers have ventured into video production and cinematography since the DSLR video revolution. There’s a fairly steep learning curve, but it can be overcome.
Away from your editing bay? Here are a few handy tips for editing travel videos on the go.
The Kelvin Scale. Color Temperature. Tungsten, HMI, Fluorescent, LED lights. Here’s a full-spectrum look at the ins and outs of set lighting.
Steven Spielberg is more than just the master of the summer blockbuster. He’s one of the greatest storytellers of this era.
A film production’s camera crew is responsible for setting up and using the camera. Here are the responsibilities of each crew member.
Bad sound can easily ruin good footage. Use these tips when it comes time to set audio levels for video and film projects.