Posts Tagged ‘cinematography’
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.
While few DPs enjoy the household-name status of their director counterparts, if you follow the art of cinematography, be sure to keep an eye on these up-and-coming cinematographers.
The president of RED Digital Cinema loaned his personal Helium 8K to a 19-year-old filmmaker for 24 hours. Watch the stunning short film, and see how it was made.
Lighting the background of your shot can add depth to a scene and up the production value of your project. Here’s everything you need to know about the technique.
Rumored specs, lens options, pricing, and a potential launch date. The Canon 5D Mark IV is almost here.
Close-ups and extreme close-ups have the power to be intimate, terrifying, and hilarious. Placing these shots naturally in your work is tricky — but not impossible.
How do the dollars and cents compare with dynamic ranges and sensor sizes? Let’s examine the differences between $1,000 DSLRs and their higher-end $10,000 counterparts.
The Jungle Book figured out how to create natural light in the middle of a warehouse. How can you apply this technique to your next video?
Your film or video project’s first shot is incredibly important. Whether you’re establishing a time and place or unveiling a mystery, a compelling first frame is vital.
Sometimes a filmmaker just likes the color red — and sometimes a filmmaker is trying to tap into an audience’s raw emotions to stir a primal reaction to the images on screen.
In addition to being a great way to pass the time in traffic, these podcasts are loaded with entertaining real-world insight into the world of filmmaking.
It’s time to ditch the 3D glasses. MIT is here to change the way we go to the movies.