Posts Tagged ‘video production’
We continue our Lighting for Video series by getting down with fluorescents. Learn what makes fluorescent lights unique and how to best utilize them in your film and video productions.
Learn how to create a homemade lighting rig that inexpensive, versatile and easy to use.
In this tutorial, in our on-going series on Lighting for Video, we dig deeper into incandescent lighting. Explore different options for incadeccent lighting, as well as some examples of incandescent lighting setups.
These online filmmaking resources are a ‘must bookmark’! Loads of insightful videos with industry pros, insider tips and positive inspiration for seasoned and aspiring filmmakers alike.
Supercharge your Smoke video editing with hotkeys (or shortcuts). In this post you’ll learn how to customize your Smoke shortcuts and learn some tips for custom shortcuts you shouldn’t edit without.
Incandescent lights offer near perfect color reproduction. In this video tutorial you’ll learn how to successfully integrate incandescent lights in your video productions.
Just because you don’t have a big budget for your film your final product shouldn’t have to suffer. In this post, I share my first-hand experiences in creating a successful low budget film. Know the best way to allocate your time and money to give your low-budget film a big-budget result.
Don’t fix it in post. Do your legwork in pre-production to ensure you get the best sounding audio in your film or video project. In this video tutorial you’ll learn several considerations for getting the cleanest audio on-set.
In part 2 of our series on Lighting for Video we discuss color temperature, light size and power draw. Understanding these lighting essentials is important for determining the right light for your video productions.
A good film score and audio mix can make or break your film project. In this post, we share a few resources for filmmakers and sound designers to pick up new tricks and learn from the best in the business.
Save time in your video edits by efficiently logging clips on the front end. Adobe Prelude is a powerful logging tool and in this post we show you how to make best use of it for two common types of interview styles.
Are you considering buying or using a Blackmagic Cinema Camera? We’ve rounded up a ton of info to get you up to speed on the new video production cams!