Posts Tagged ‘tips’
China balls are one of the cheapest and most effective ways to add beautiful light to your scenes. Here are just three of the many ways you can use them on set.
For a film to truly succeed, its lead producer must understand how to effectively collaborate with the film’s auteur. Unfortunately, no two directors are exactly alike.
If you’re looking to improve your After Effects abilities, an easy way to learn is to break down an After Effects Template.
Micro-budget filmmakers often spend too much money in all the wrong places. Here are three areas to scale back on when breaking down your budget.
No matter how great your writing might be, after a couple of minutes just about any heavy dialogue scene can feel boring. Here’s how to keep things interesting on those longer takes.
For those of you just starting out as DPs, here are the six settings you need to double-check every time you get ready to roll a take.
Many filmmakers assume that achieving high production value is as simple as shooting on the right camera. In reality, it’s got a lot more to do with surrounding yourself with the right team.
Many photographers have ventured into video production and cinematography since the DSLR video revolution. There’s a fairly steep learning curve, but it can be overcome.
If you can’t afford to have a DIT on your crew, use these tips to help ensure your footage is safely backed up every time.
Here’s a quick tip that comes in handy when creating a storyboard edit in Premiere Pro CC 2015.
Shooting action sequences takes a special set of technical and creative skills. Here’s how to get it right every time.
Here’s the easiest way to find where you’ve used a clip in Premiere Pro CC 2015.