Posts Tagged ‘filmmaking’
Speed ramping is a mind-blowing technique that can really enhance the viewing experience. What is it and how should you use it?
Indie productions need to be picky with their locations in order to keep production value high. The easy-to-shoot locations on this list will work wonders for filmmakers on a budget.
Fluid cinematic movement has been a staple of filmmaking since the 1975. Let’s explore the Steadicam shot and learn how to use it properly.
Editing comedy takes a very specific and unique set of skills. It’s arguably one of the hardest genres to cut. These tips will help you maximize your laughs every time.
Rookie filmmakers tend to shoot far more coverage than needed, and they’ll suffer in the editing room as a result. Here are some reasons not to overdo it on coverage.
A solid opening sets the tone for the rest of the narrative. Let’s take a good look at a few of the greatest openings in film history.
A thriller without suspense falls as flat as a comedy with no jokes. Crank up the tension and get the audience reaction you want with these tips.
Drones are capable of filming much more than landscapes. Here are some tips to help you capture great cinematic footage and performances.
Dynamic tracking shots can add excitement and tension to your video and film productions. Let’s take a look at a few ways to make them.
Whether you’re shooting the runway or a stylized documentary, here are a few great examples and tips for creating engaging fashion film projects.
China balls are one of the cheapest and most effective ways to add beautiful light to your scenes. Here are just three of the many ways you can use them on set.
If there’s one director from the past whose work could sit alongside today’s VFX-laden cinematic epics, it’s Fritz Lang. Here’s why.