Posts Tagged ‘filmmaking’
You can’t keep your camera pristine and clean forever. Dust, dirt and smudges will speckle your camera from time to time. Here’s how you can clean your camera up and get back in the game.
Avoid a faulty reading by verifying the accuracy of your light meter with this quick tip.
80s synth music is back, thanks to the Netflix hit Stranger Things. If your next horror or sci-fi project is short on atmospheric chills, these royalty free throwback tracks might just do the trick.
Learn how to use the simple effect of the freeze frame to hold your image on screen and in the minds of your viewer.
Shooting in the rain is definitely a challenge, but sometimes it’s a must. Use these tips and tricks to make your rainy shots worth the effort.
While few DPs enjoy the household-name status of their director counterparts, if you follow the art of cinematography, be sure to keep an eye on these up-and-coming cinematographers.
Keep your viewers on the edge of their seats and give your next project an explosive edge with these action video tutorials!
MPC shows off stunning before and after images of their VFX work with Harley Quinn, Joker, Batman, and the Suicide Squad.
The MIT artificial intelligence lab is about to change the way movies are made and viewed. Take a look at three revolutionary new programs that must be seen to be believed.
There’s something magical about seeing a digitally restored film as it was intended — on the big screen. It captures something that’s lost when you watch a torrent or a DVD on your laptop. But what is that something?
Stay up to date on all the latest gear, editing software, and industry news with these helpful video production blogs.
The dissolve transition can carry many meanings and affect your story in many vastly different ways. Here are a few ways filmmakers past and present have employed the technique.