Posts Tagged ‘tips’
Shooting day for night is a technique that has been around for ages, however many filmmakers make critical mistakes both during production and post that completely give away the effect.
Discover 7 pro tips for better film and video shoots.
A killer demo reel is the biggest asset you have when trying to pick up work in the film industry. Unfortunately though, many talented directors, DPs and editors don’t understand what it takes to cut a great reel, and end up losing work because of it.
This custom After Effects transition simulates the classic look of a slide projector.
Using layer styles in Photoshop? These settings can be preserved when opening a PSD in After Effects. In this quick tutorial we’ll show you how.
These 20 After Effects tricks can help you become an AE master.
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.
Ever wondered what it’s like to edit an animated feature? These professional video editors let you into their world.
Give your video shots greater dimension! Follow these tips for shooting shallow depth of field.
Editing a feature length documentary film can be an extremely daunting task because of the massive amount of footage and the endless creative options. In this post, we share 3 tips for approaching a documentary edit.
Every year thousands upon thousands of short films are submitted and then rejected from festivals across the globe. Although these shorts are so diverse in terms of genre, style and budget, the reasons they get rejected largely fall into one of three main categories.
Since FCPX shook up the post-production world a few years ago, many editors have been heavily focused on the ‘NLE Wars’, trying to choose the best software for their needs. Now that the dust has settled, let’s look at some fundamental editing techniques that are relevant no matter what system you’re editing on.