Posts Tagged ‘Film’
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.
Darren Aronofsky takes on the story of Noah for his latest epic film. Naturally this would require a TON of rain. See how they pulled off this effect on-set in this behind-the-scenes video.
We’ve rounded up some of the best websites for Indie-film for your creative inspiration.
Fine tune your film marketing plan to get the most exposure. Here are 3 resources that provide FREE tips and advice for successful film marketing.
Being a good director is more than being bossy and ‘in-charge’. Good direction always starts with good casting and an empathetic mindset. Here’s 3 tips you can quickly set into practice on your next project.
Don’t be stuck on set without the right tools in your camera kit! The Black and Blue’s Evan Luzi gives a rundown of what essentials every cameraman (or camera assistant) shouldn’t be without.
What are LUTs and how can they improve your color grading workflow? In this post, we take a look at how LUTs are used in high end color grading work and share a tutorial for getting started with LUTs in DaVinci Resolve!
Curious about aspect ratios? Film and video pros need to know the difference in ratios, when to use them and why? In this post we roundup great tutorials on working with different ratios, as well as a few useful aspect ratio calculators.
It’s easy to give your digital video a film look in Premiere Pro! In this tutorial we show you how to expriment with blending modes and opacity to make your video image pop!