Posts Tagged ‘filmmaking’
Network with creative professionals and learn something new at this fall’s must-attend video industry conferences.
Close-ups and extreme close-ups have the power to be intimate, terrifying, and hilarious. Placing these shots naturally in your work is tricky — but not impossible.
How do the dollars and cents compare with dynamic ranges and sensor sizes? Let’s examine the differences between $1,000 DSLRs and their higher-end $10,000 counterparts.
Continuity errors can pull an audience out of the world you’ve spent so much time and effort creating. Here are a few common continuity goofs and gaffes that you can easily avoid.
The Jungle Book figured out how to create natural light in the middle of a warehouse. How can you apply this technique to your next video?
Your film or video project’s first shot is incredibly important. Whether you’re establishing a time and place or unveiling a mystery, a compelling first frame is vital.
With so many cameras on the market today, it’s tough to choose which one is right for your production. Here are the reasons I choose the Canon C300 Mark II.
Sometimes a filmmaker just likes the color red — and sometimes a filmmaker is trying to tap into an audience’s raw emotions to stir a primal reaction to the images on screen.
In addition to being a great way to pass the time in traffic, these podcasts are loaded with entertaining real-world insight into the world of filmmaking.
The latest episode from Video Copilot will show you how to create an epic superhero landing in After Effects and build an entire world for the scene.
You’ve seen them in TV commercials and Youtube videos, telling you to visit a website or click the like button below. Let’s explore how to get the most out of your “Call to Action.”
Aside from just finding a place that looks cool, here are some practical concerns you should consider when location scouting.