Posts Tagged ‘filmmaking’
See the art of painting and the art of filmmaking come together in beautifully composed shots.
Lens whacking can elevate your shot in seemingly magical ways, from adding light leaks to creating a vintage look. Here’s everything you need to know about the technique.
Get more out of your DJI drone footage with these optimal settings and tricks for shooting with intelligent flight modes.
Have you ever seen a behind-the-scenes shot with a model holding a gray card (or a color chart with a gray card included) and wondered what that was? Here’s the scoop.
Skip film school and watch these seven films about the art of filmmaking. They’re entertaining, educational, and essential.
Sometimes perfect scene lighting is accomplished by preventing your lights from doing their job. Step into the shadows and explore techniques for cutting light.
It’s surprisingly simple and inexpensive to create jaw-dropping cosmic scenes with everyday ingredients. Put together a quick shopping list and get ready to blow some minds.
Recording voice-over and narration can be a daunting task. Before starting your next project, consider these methods and equipment.
RED puts their 8K Super35 HELIUM sensor in the EPIC and WEAPON. Here’s everything you need to know.
If you produce, shoot, and edit your own projects, you may find yourself identifying with a new hybrid term: Shreditor.
Play with your audience’s perceptions by creatively flattening cinematic images in your next video production. Here’s what you need to know about profile framing.
When shooting professional interviews, a one or two camera setup is usually the norm. However, if you have the resources, a third camera can bring an extra dynamic to your productions. Here’s how.