Posts Tagged ‘DIY’
China balls are one of the cheapest and most effective ways to add beautiful light to your scenes. Here are just three of the many ways you can use them on set.
Micro-budget filmmakers often spend too much money in all the wrong places. Here are three areas to scale back on when breaking down your budget.
Got a few old smartphones sitting around? Go DIY and repurpose some of that aging technology!
The wedding industry is incredibly competitive. Here are some great marketing tips to help you reach engaged couples and book more weddings.
Learn how to make great practical explosion effects with a DIY air cannon. It’s safe for your cast and crew — and the results are impressive!
How inexpensively can you put together a digital cinema camera package? Here’s what to spend your money on in the post-peak-camera era.
Using a DSLR or mirrorless camera to create a narrative film with a pro cast and crew can be a huge undertaking. Here’s how one film pulled it off.
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?
Flying a drone through a fireworks show is certainly impressive. But is it legal?
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.
The nighttime exterior shot is one of the greatest challenges for filmmakers on a budget. This filmmaking tip will make lighting your scene a lot easier.
It can be a real challenge to light a scene using only a single light source, but these cinematography tips and techniques will help you achieve amazing results even with limited gear.