Posts Tagged ‘filmmaking’
Here’s everything you need to consider when deciding the subject of your next documentary.
Clamps can be a grip’s best friend. Let’s take a look at how film and video professionals make use of this must-have tool on set.
Discover three problem-solving and fun camera panning techniques that will spice up any video production.
Need a powerful cinematic look? Only have a single light? No problem. Here are a few ways to create some dramatic atmosphere with only one light.
Good audio can make a good video better. Bad audio can make a good video unwatchable. That being said, you don’t have to break the bank to make sure your audio is crisp and clean. Here are a few solid audio recorders for under $300.
The GoPro Hero has established itself as the preferred action camera for everyone from adrenaline junkies to budget filmmakers — but there are other options. Here are a few of the best GoPro alternatives.
The “gear up” montage is a fantastic way to prime your audience for action. Send the hero of your next project into battle with three simple ingredients.
Buying or renting a flicker box to create a firelight effect is very effective, but it can also be quite costly. This DIY approach will cost you far less and will yield just as strong results.
Here’s how to protect your camera from dirt, dust, and sand with inexpensive items you’ve got sitting around the house.
NAB 2016 has come and gone. Here are ALL of the major announcements from the latest National Association of Broadcasters show.
Professional director of photography Jas Shelton shares how he broke into the film industry and offers a few tips for aspiring filmmakers in this in-depth Q&A video series.
Some rumors come true and others remain only a dream. Here are the biggest official camera announcements of NAB 2016.