Posts Tagged ‘video production’
Adding dolly movement to a film or video can really enhance your project. Let’s take a look at some dolly options that come in under $500.
When digital cinematography first hit the scene, most pro DPs wouldn’t go near it — and for good reason. But now digital cinema cameras offer a viable (and sometimes stronger) alternative to film cameras. Let’s look at some of the advantages of digital over film.
There’s no subject too big for this lighting rig. Learn how to create an ultra-bright LED panel with this crazy DIY tutorial.
‘Tis the season for turkey, stuffing, and awesome Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals. Let’s take a look at what’s out there for filmmakers and videographers.
Do you have an issue with noisy video? Follow these steps in Premiere Pro and your video will be cleaned up in no time!
Illustrating a sense of scale is something that filmmakers still often have difficulty with today. These resources should give you a better understanding of how to magnify your subjects.
Holiday videos are a fun way to visually communicate with friends, family, and clients, but they can often turn out a bit cheesy. These low-to-no-cost tips will help your holiday videos have a fresh and polished feel.
When you need a truly EPIC tracking shot, turn to the undisputed master of bombastic cinema: Michael Bay.
Science Fiction is one of the most popular independent genres at the moment, but many filmmakers struggle to capture the right aesthetic on camera. Here are some tips for sending your audience to the outer limits.
The Blackmagic URSA is an exceptionally powerful camera, but it really isn’t intended for low-light shooting. This simple tip will help you get better results on set when working with limited light.
Many filmmakers and videographers say the 50mm lens should be your go-to lens. Here are seven reasons why they’re right.
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