You’ve overexposed your shot. Now what? Thankfully, all is not lost. Use these techniques to salvage overexposed footage.
This quick workflow fix will save you time and frustration in your next editing session. Here’s how to easily trim clips to the playhead in Premiere Pro.
Avoid a faulty reading by verifying the accuracy of your light meter with this quick tip.
80s synth music is back, thanks to the Netflix hit Stranger Things. If your next horror or sci-fi project is short on atmospheric chills, these royalty free throwback tracks might just do the trick.
It’s super-easy to sync your audio and video quickly and efficiently without ever leaving Premiere Pro. Here’s how it’s done.
A prototype of the Panasonic Lumix GH5 may make an appearance next month ahead of a 2017 release.
Shooting a documentary or corporate video? These shotguns and lavs are some of the best microphones for capturing sit-down interviews.
The 5D was always for photographers. The Canon 5D Mark IV makes it official.
Matching shot colors between two clips is easier than ever with these simple tips for Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro users.
Revisions can be a pain equally felt by video editors, motion designers, VFX artists and colorists. Here are some tips on limiting endless video revision requests so you can get to work on your next project.
Learn how to use the simple effect of the freeze frame to hold your image on screen and in the minds of your viewer.
Shooting in the rain is definitely a challenge, but sometimes it’s a must. Use these tips and tricks to make your rainy shots worth the effort.