Posts Tagged ‘cinematography’
Thinking about converting your daytime footage to nighttime footage? Think again. Here are a few reasons why shooting ‘day for night’ footage is a bad idea.
Speed ramping is a mind-blowing technique that can really enhance the viewing experience. What is it and how should you use it?
These filmmaking hacks are a great way to get epic footage while not breaking the bank.
Fluid cinematic movement has been a staple of filmmaking since the 1975. Let’s explore the Steadicam shot and learn how to use it properly.
A solid opening sets the tone for the rest of the narrative. Let’s take a good look at a few of the greatest openings in film history.
Testimony videos are a great way to humanize a video. Let’s take a look at how to shoot effective testimonial videos.
Dynamic tracking shots can add excitement and tension to your video and film productions. Let’s take a look at a few ways to make them.
Over the past 5 years, Motion Control Operators have been creating incredible robotic arms that make precision and repetitive cinematography a possibility.
Many filmmakers have called Rokinon’s recently announced Xeen lenses overpriced. Here’s why they just might be worth their high price tag.
Used since the early days of cinema, dutch angles are a great artistic tool for filmmakers.
The overuse of shallow depth of field has been an issue since the DSLR revolution hit, and it can look especially bad on daytime exteriors.
If you’re just starting out as a filmmaker or DP, these three prime lenses are the most essential to start with.