Posts Tagged ‘Film’
Capturing great audio begins before hitting ‘record’. Here are a few tips for planning your audio approach before you arrive on-set.
Succeeding in film school isn’t just about getting good grades. In the following tutorial we share 10 tips for maximizing your college experience.
We take a look at the importance, or should we say unimportance of white-balancing in a digital world.
You don’t have to have big production lights to light up dark spaces. Learn how to double bounce light in the following video tutorial.
Music has a special way of making an average film awesome. The following videos show us how good music can help push your story along.
Great visual effects can withstand the test of time. In this post we share a video roundup of the 10 greatest visual effects films of 20th century.
Expand your DSLR battery life to over 9 hours with this awesome trick from Chris Winter.
Take a behind the scenes look at the 96 minute single take movie, The Russian Ark.
Richard Harrington offers free slides from his “Getting Organized Before You Edit” talk from NAB 2014.
Although the cinematographer and editor work in different phases of projects, by collaborating early, their synched efforts will result in a better final film.
Daniel Savage’s latest short film showcases fluid animation with professional illustration.
In the following article we will examine if completely original artwork is possible or valuable to society, and take a look at some examples of films who took ideas from other films to make them even better.