Posts Tagged ‘video production’
Filmmaking is a collaborative process, but what happens when you can’t collaborate? Is it still worth the effort? Here are some things to consider.
Knowing how to stack timelines in Premiere Pro can really expedite your video editing workflow. Here’s how it’s done.
There are a few different ways to create a shot list, but what matters most is that you take the time to do it. Here’s one tested method to try next time you break a script down into a shot list.
The leading headlines from last month. Camera news, upcoming gear, the latest rumors, and the commercialization of drones.
The synthesizer revolutionized music in the 1980s. Since then, TV and film have effectively used the instrument to instantly create nostalgic connections in their soundtracks. Let’s take a look at some of the most notable throughout TV and film history.
These color charts break down popular movie scenes and a film’s overall color composition. Find inspiration for you color grading projects.
The new Canon Cinema EOS C700 was built for every type of video production, but you’ll need quite the production budget to get your hands on one.
Fly your drone for commercial use with the FAA’s new Remote Pilot Certificate. Here’s everything you need to know about the new process.
We had a chance to chat with Tyler Measom, the director of An Honest Liar, about what it takes to make a great documentary, gaining the trust of your subjects, and if a sizzle reel is necessary.
You can’t keep your camera pristine and clean forever. Dust, dirt and smudges will speckle your camera from time to time. Here’s how you can clean your camera up and get back in the game.
You’ve overexposed your shot. Now what? Thankfully, all is not lost. Use these techniques to salvage overexposed footage.
This quick workflow fix will save you time and frustration in your next editing session. Here’s how to easily trim clips to the playhead in Premiere Pro.