Posts Tagged ‘video production’
If you’re still using a physical director’s viewfinder get with the times! New smartphone options are cheaper and offer a range of options for setting up your film and video shots.
This video gives a historical rundown of the title sequence in a unique and organic way – a must watch!
The script supervisor is a necessary, but seldom discussed, member of any successful filmmaking team. In this post we share tips for script supervision to ensure your film maintains continuity throughout the filmmaking process.
Don’t go on set without these essential lighting tools. Check out our recommendations for the gear that should be in every light kit.
Vimeo adds new features and improves the load time of their popular video player. See how these updates improve the Vimeo experience for both content creators and viewers alike.
Discover which light stand is ideal for your video or film project. In this video tutorial we talk C-stands, lightweight stands and speciality boom and uni lighting stands.
A mount, dolly system and camera cage – totally collapsable, portable and lightweight. With so many practical applications for filmmakers on-the-go, this Kickstarter campaign aims to change the way we think about camera support gear.
LEDs are light, relatively inexpensive and require little power, making them an ideal choice for many video pros. In this post we explore the pluses and minuses of LEDs, and how to get the most out of these lights in your video production work.
Need to modify a flattened asset in After Effects? Can’t seem to locate the original comp? This simple After Effects feature will help you quickly locate the source for assets in your project.
Don’t be stuck on set without the right tools in your camera kit! The Black and Blue’s Evan Luzi gives a rundown of what essentials every cameraman (or camera assistant) shouldn’t be without.
In this post we take our cues from traditional narrative writing and apply these techniques to video editing. Learn a few tips for crafting a successful story in your video projects.
Be inspired by a few films that prove that less is more, when it comes to dialogue. These silent (or near silent) films convey emotion through mood, production style and clever storytelling.