Posts Tagged ‘video production’
Learn how to create a DIY diffusion panel with this easy-to-follow video tutorial.
In the 1970′s, cinematographer Garrett Brown was tired of the bulky dolly equipment needed to get a smooth, moving shot. Out of this frustration, came an invention that would revolutionize the cinema industry – the Steadicam.
One of the most important things you can do when starting out in the film industry, is learn to abide by the unwritten rules of the set.
Want to improve the look of your videos? The following tutorials prove that it doesn’t take a lot of money to make your video projects look like they were shot in a professional studio.
In film and video, the production sound mixer is responsible for obtaining the cleanest possible dialogue recording. In this post we’ll take a look at a few ways this is accomplished.
Considering buying a new Canon lens? This lens analysis series will help you decide which lens is best for your needs.
Whether you’re creating a low-budget short or a multi-million dollar feature, follow these considerations for creating a comprehensive (and realistic!) film budget.
In our quest to identify the next great gear, we discovered the following photo/video campaigns currently raising dough on Kickstarter.
Many amateur directors decide to write and direct their first film before they have had much on set experience in other roles. This is a viable approach for learning the craft of filmmaking and one that can often yield great results, but it must be approached with caution – particularly with regards to how the cast and crew is treated on set.
Download 75 FREE .look files for Adobe Speedgrade, that can also be used for creative grading in Autodesk Smoke.
Rolling shutter is an extremely annoying phenomenon, luckily for us the following video tutorial shows us how to reduce rolling shutter in FCPX.
What can you do before getting on set to make your production process smoother? In this post, we share tips for making sure your productions go off without a hitch.