Posts Tagged ‘filmmaking’
Fire up your Apple MacBook Pro, pop open an ice-cold Pepsi Cola, and learn all about the evolution of product placement in film.
When you’ve got to go it alone, the right gear can make a big difference. Here’s what you need to pull off top-notch one-man corporate video shoots.
Follow these five helpful tips to capture the best possible footage when shooting digital screens.
Cinematic reality describes a world that is grounded in reality, but exaggerates details to make for a more exciting movie. To learn more, ENHANCE this article by 150%.
From snapping celery stalks to slapping phone books, learn how foley artists use everyday objects to create realistic sound effects in film.
Weathering your props adds character and history to your scene and makes your created world look lived-in. Here’s how to go about it.
High shutter speed is the secret ingredient of thrilling action cinematography. Here’s everything you need to know about the technique.
The perfect silhouette can immerse audiences into a story without ever revealing too much information.
Looking for your next editing project or a full-time spot cutting video? Check out six websites that can help you find video editing jobs.
You’re done shooting for the day, and you’re reviewing your footage in post when you see it: the dreaded hot pixel. Why does it happen? And more importantly, how do you fix it? Let’s take a look.
Hyperlapse videos are compelling, eye-catching, and popular. Here’s how to create your own stunning hyperlapse footage.
Step up your video production skills with three camera rigs constructed from ladders.