Posts Tagged ‘filmmaking’
Cutting a film trailer is an art form of its own and requires a very unique approach. Follow these five film trailer editing tips and get your film noticed.
The long-standing assumption that cameras must be regulated to the bottom of a drone gets shot down by the Freefly Alta.
Using the new 502 Monitor and Sidefinder accessory you can have both a refrence monitor and viewfinder when you need it.
PostPanic pulls back the curtain on the visual effects from it’s short film Sundays and we round up some of the best ‘Behind the Magic’ VFX videos online.
The most impressive optical device at NAB is the one you already have. Let’s see what a human eye would cost if it was a camera.
Want to get the biggest bang for your buck? Check out these 8 incredible filmmaking cameras under $1,000.
Making your film is just the beginning. Eventually you’ll need to market it. Here are some important things to consider when it comes to indie film marketing.
Filmmaking can be an expensive career, but there are certainly deals to be had. Come in under budget with these 10 filmmaking tools that are as affordable as they are essential.
Guerrilla Filmmaking can be risky, but sometimes there’s no choice. Here are some important planning tips that can help prevent disaster.
Get some local help on your next production with this free film commission list.
Recently, I posted a controversial article about the Sony a7S. In this follow-up, I’ll clarify some of the points that I made.
Stay organized on-set and in the editing bay with this free camera log for use on film and video productions.