Posts Tagged ‘filmmaking’
Production company logo animations have changed a lot over the years. Let’s take a look at exactly how they changed and how some have become iconic. For many of us, the logo fanfares that play at the front of our favorite films are nearly as special as the films themselves. For instance, the 20th Century Fox
Shooting action sequences takes a special set of technical and creative skills. Here’s how to get it right every time.
Starting a production company isn’t easy. Here’s what you need to know to get started successfully.
Great directors are not all cut from the same cloth, but the most successful of them share these five habits.
Let’s crack open my handy-dandy notebook and look at some tips I’ve written down from other filmmakers on what it takes to be a great director.
Only have a small amount of money left in your budget for audio accessories? No problem. Check out all this great sound gear that’s available to you for under $100!
Is the line between pro and prosumer gear becoming so blurred that it could threaten high-end professionals?
Most directors believe the majority of their work is done on set or in editing. In reality, much of the director’s job is performed during pre-production.
Learn how to make great practical explosion effects with a DIY air cannon. It’s safe for your cast and crew — and the results are impressive!
How inexpensively can you put together a digital cinema camera package? Here’s what to spend your money on in the post-peak-camera era.
Amateur directors often overcompensate for their lack of experience by overdirecting their actors. Here are some ways to take a more subtle approach.
Facebook just declared war on YouTube. What does that mean for filmmakers and the future of video distribution?