You can shoot a feature film on a smart phone. It’s already been successfully done quite a few times. But is it a good idea?
Point of View (POV) shots have been around since the early days of filmmaking. This “subjective camera” is still commonly used to captivate audiences.
We spoke with filmmaker Martin Heck and asked him a few questions about the process of creating amazing timelapse videos. Here’s what he said.
You have several options when it comes to lens mounts. Let’s explore each one and talk about the differences between them.
Low-key lighting can instantly make your scene dramatic and moody. In this post we’ll look at how it’s done and share a few tips for low-key success.
GoPro released their original Digital HERO camera in 2006. In 2015, we finally get the smaller GoPro we’ve been waiting for. Here are the details.
Editing a motion picture is truly an art all its own. Here’s a look at some of the greatest edited sequences and the filmmakers that influenced them.
Folk music is perfect for editing movie trailers. Here’s a royalty free music playlist that showcases some great folk tracks from the PremiumBeat catalog.
DaVinci Resolve is best known for color grading, but it’s also great for translating project files from multiple software platforms. Here’s how it’s done!
Flying a drone through a fireworks show is certainly impressive. But is it legal?
Filming outdoors can be frustrating! Use these tips to set yourself up for success next time you’re working outside.
Gaff tape can be used for so much more than fixing cables to the ground. Here are some other ways you can use this sticky filmmaking staple.