Posts Tagged ‘gear’
It can be a real challenge to light a scene using only a single light source, but these cinematography tips and techniques will help you achieve amazing results even with limited gear.
Sometimes working in film means hitting the road or taking a flight. We’ve put together 5 big tips to make life easier for traveling filmmakers!
If you find yourself forced to go it alone, here’s all the gear you’ll need to get the job done as a one man documentary crew.
Think you can spot the differences between cheap and expensive lenses? Take this test and find out.
Filmmaking is an expensive career. Keep your budget in check with these crucial pieces of audio gear under $500.
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.
Sites like Kickstarter and IndieGoGo are not only great places to start your film financing process, they’re also great places to find campaigns dedicated to creating awesome filmmaking equipment.
In many cases, buying a used DSLR allows you to get a lot of bang for your buck – but there is a lot to consider before deciding to drop down your hard earned cash.
Learn why 4K isn’t all it’s cracked up to be in the following Q&A with a few cinematography legends.
A recently funded Kickstarter campaign is reintroducing a forgotten photo relic, the Petzval Photo Lens. Known for its distinct visual style, the Petzval lens is now (once again) available to the public.
Most DSLR shooters are accustomed to working with electronic lenses, but there are a handful of great manual lenses out there (old and new) that can provide even better results with many added benefits.