Posts Tagged ‘video production’
China balls are one of the cheapest and most effective ways to add beautiful light to your scenes. Here are just three of the many ways you can use them on set.
If there’s one director from the past whose work could sit alongside today’s VFX-laden cinematic epics, it’s Fritz Lang. Here’s why.
The Art Department is often the largest film crew. Hundreds of employees make up several divisions, including Art, Sets, Construction, and Property. Let’s take a closer look.
Many filmmakers have called Rokinon’s recently announced Xeen lenses overpriced. Here’s why they just might be worth their high price tag.
Movie makeup ranges from simple applications to incredibly complex monster looks. In this roundup, learn how to apply the “No Makeup” makeup technique.
Developing a good on-set data management system can free you to be more creative. Here are five ways to do it.
Screenwriters and directors love going through a script before filming. Now there’s a tool that can make it easier: AppCoustic’s Table Read App.
Used since the early days of cinema, dutch angles are a great artistic tool for filmmakers.
From Cheeseplates to Deadcats, let’s take a look at some strange filmmaking terms.
Music videos are so much more than just simple promotional material. Check out these stunning videos and the directors behind them.
Camera stabilizers can certainly put a dent in your budget. Here are some things to consider before making this big purchase.
From high-speed car chases to luxury car commercials, camera cars are secretly driving alongside capturing all the action.