Posts Tagged ‘filmmaking’
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Edgar Wright explains his cinematography style and directorial motivation in the following video presented by SlashFilms.
Get the most out of your production lights by using light modifiers. In this video tutorial we show you a few of the most common modifiers and how to use them on-set.
Discover the process that goes into making a Pixar film in this masterclass from Saschka Unseld, director of The Blue Umbrella.
If you’re still using a physical director’s viewfinder get with the times! New smartphone options are cheaper and offer a range of options for setting up your film and video shots.
What do a teen superstar and the evolving film industry have in common? More than you might think! Have some fun with us, as we compare the rise of Miley Cyrus to filmmaking.
The script supervisor is a necessary, but seldom discussed, member of any successful filmmaking team. In this post we share tips for script supervision to ensure your film maintains continuity throughout the filmmaking process.
Is the programming text you see featured in ‘high-tech’ films the real deal or is it a bunch of made up nonsense? Check out the blog that aims to shed some light into the computer code shown in films and TV shows.
Discover which light stand is ideal for your video or film project. In this video tutorial we talk C-stands, lightweight stands and speciality boom and uni lighting stands.
LEDs are light, relatively inexpensive and require little power, making them an ideal choice for many video pros. In this post we explore the pluses and minuses of LEDs, and how to get the most out of these lights in your video production work.
What’s the best way to generate views (and revenue!) for your indie film? In this post, we put popular video distribution platforms head-to-head. Learn the advantages/disadvantages of each…and which one is best for your film project.
Learn how to create a homemade lighting rig that inexpensive, versatile and easy to use.