Posts Tagged ‘filmmaking’
We know the title and recognize some of the greats, but what does a director of photography (aka cinematographer) actually do on a film production? Let’s explore.
Here are three reasons why every documentary filmmaker should have a point-and-shoot camera in their arsenal.
Surprising announcements and new developments never stop in the film and video industry. Here’s the latest videography and filmmaking news you may have missed.
Learn the secret to creating vintage looks in After Effects — both by hand and with seven FREE After Effects presets!
RED builds a breathtaking custom camera for Michael Bay. The BAYHEM features the company’s all new 8K Super 35mm sensor.
Before they were household names making blockbuster films and winning Oscars, your favorite directors began just like everyone else. Here are some of their seldom-seen first forays into filmmaking.
Let’s take a closer look at a few different frame rates and how you can utilize them in your film and video projects.
You’re a documentary filmmaker and you’ve just been handed a blank check. What kind of gear loadout should you put together? Here are a couple of options.
What does the future hold for filmmaking? These six new technologies may change things in ways you haven’t imagined.
Having the right gear for your first production assistant gig will not only benefit your reputation on set, but also guarantee work in the future.
The three-act structure has long been the standard for storytellers — but bending the rules can lead to exceptionally cool results.
Attending your first film festival can be an intimidating experience. Here’s some things you should know to get the most out of your trip.