Posts Tagged ‘DSLR’
If you find yourself forced to go it alone, here’s all the gear you’ll need to get the job done as a one man documentary crew.
The most impressive optical device at NAB is the one you already have. Let’s see what a human eye would cost if it was a camera.
Guerrilla Filmmaking can be risky, but sometimes there’s no choice. Here are some important planning tips that can help prevent disaster.
These easy to follow time-lapse tips will get you on your way to shooting breathtaking, eye-grabbing footage.
We slow down time and take a look at how different camera shutters work.
Going into the field without a tripod? Follow these tips to reduce camera shake.
Most DPs are trained early on in their careers to learn the basics of a three point lighting setup. However, in this post I’ll make a case for why reducing your lighting setup can actually be more conducive to a cinematic look.
For the last few years full frame cameras have been all the rage in independent level film production, but crop sensor cameras offer some huge advantages over their full frame counterparts that are hard to deny. With the recently released crop sensor GH4 turning heads all over the indie film world, the issue is now more relevant than ever.
Think you’re buying an official battery on Ebay? Watch this helpful tutorial to figure out how to spot a fake.
Considering buying a new Canon lens? This lens analysis series will help you decide which lens is best for your needs.
Learn the technical skills needed to master photography using the immersive CameraSim 3D game. We ask CameraSim founder Jon Arnold a few questions about his new photography themed video game.
While DSLR technology has opened up a whole world of possibilities when it comes to capturing cinematic like images, it’s also caused an overuse of extremely shallow DOF.