Posts Tagged ‘DSLR’
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.
Expand your DSLR battery life to over 9 hours with this awesome trick from Chris Winter.
In this article we take a look at some of the best DIY filmmaking tutorials on the internet and figure out how much they cost.
In this video tutorial you’ll get a useful overview of setting up your DSLR camera to record video.
Time-lapse footage is a great way to make your videos look much more professional. In the following video we take a look at how to make time-lapse video and also round-up a few of our favorite time-lapse videos on the Internet.
This video editing de-flicker trick is ideal for removing unsightly light flicker from your shots. Simply layer your shots and offset – it’s easy, fast and drastically improve the look of your slow motion and high shutter shots.
Know for sure how many times a camera has been used with these handy tools for determining shutter actuation – useful when buying used cameras or for estimating how much life you have on your current equipment.