Posts Tagged ‘video production’
The split-screen technique has been used by film editors and VFX artists for over 100 years. Take a look at its evolution during two prominent decades.
Slow motion footage looks beautiful when shot properly, but making any of these five common mistakes while shooting can completely ruin your final product.
Authenticity is key when your film is set in the seedy underbelly of the criminal world. Here are a few ways to create realistic props for gangster movies.
Can’t wait for NAB? Need a camera now that will get the job done without breaking the bank? Check out these eight cameras under $2000.
Have video footage that needs to look more Hollywood? Follow these three simple steps to make your video look cinematic in no time!
Keeping an eye on the industry and staying refreshed is a great way to improve your video editing game. These must-read video editing articles have something helpful for pros and amateurs alike.
Who said corporate videos have to be boring? Engage your audience by taking a more cinematic approach to corporate videos.
The ability to match frame and replace edit in Premiere Pro is incredibly helpful and will enable you to simplify swapping one take for another. Here’s how it’s done.
Create your very own film gear with these free 3D models. This is why every filmmaker and videographer should own a 3D printer.
It’s been nearly 10 years since the iPhone first hit shelves. The drastic improvements to the device’s camera are nothing short of remarkable.
Dialogue-heavy moments of character interaction can quickly bog down a film’s pacing. Energize those situations with a cinematic shot reverse shot.
Learn how to quickly and easily replace watermarked audio tracks with the real thing in Premiere Pro.