Posts Tagged ‘filmmaking’
In our quest to identify the next great gear, we discovered the following photo/video campaigns currently raising dough on Kickstarter.
Many amateur directors decide to write and direct their first film before they have had much on set experience in other roles. This is a viable approach for learning the craft of filmmaking and one that can often yield great results, but it must be approached with caution – particularly with regards to how the cast and crew is treated on set.
You can’t afford not to get these 12 cheap essential filmmaking tools.
These screenwriting tips are fundamental, simple, and have worked for many writers time and time again.
The Inverse-Square Law may be nerdiest lighting term that every photographer, video pro or filmmaker should understand. Check out this explanation and detailed video tutorial.
Great visual effects can withstand the test of time. In this post we share a video roundup of the 10 greatest visual effects films of 20th century.
Becoming an masterful artist isn’t always fun, sometimes it can be downright boring. In the following video series we learn how crappy jobs can actually make you a better filmmaker.
A few lucky filmmakers got to download a Blackmagic firmware update today that was accidentally posted on Blackmagic’s website. The update features 4K RAW support and a new interface.
Perhaps one of the most terrifyingly awesome inventions for filmmaking. A new device from Studio XO allows filmmakers to track their audiences feelings.
A film doesn’t exist without an audience to view it, and filmmakers without a filmmaking community are missing out on opportunities to develop their skills. Discover which film organizations are supporting the next crop of indie filmmakers.
What can you do before getting on set to make your production process smoother? In this post, we share tips for making sure your productions go off without a hitch.
If you’re thinking of buying used lenses for photography or filmmaking, be sure you know these 10 tips before you purchase.