Posts Tagged ‘video production’
Camera manufacturers constantly tout the dynamic range of their gear. What are they talking about? Here’s everything you need to know.
Forced perspective is an age-old practical effect with some clever applications for your own low budget movie needs.
Planning to take your drone on an airplane? Here is the travel guide you need to get you through security and on your way in no time.
Here are the top news articles, rumors, and announcements from the world of video production for you to enjoy at your leisure while soaking up some summer rays.
Filmmakers and video pros need to know the difference between rolling shutter and global shutter. Here are the basics.
When traveling the globe as a one-man band, one of the greatest challenges you’ll face is packing light while still bringing everything the job requires. Here’s one light loadout that can make your life easier.
The master of the tilt-shift timelapse debuts his most ambitious project to date.
The artist behind the Star Wars/James Bond crossover credit sequence talks about how he created his homage to The Empire Strikes Back.
These tips and services for invoicing your video projects will help you get paid in no time.
Ever get a sense of déjà vu in the movie theater? There’s a reason. These visually distinct locations have been featured in more movies than you might realize.
Blackmagic Design recently put the URSA Mini 4.6K into the hands of a few film and video pros. As you’ll see, the resulting footage is impressive.
A good pitch requires more than a short description and price quote — and it goes beyond what’s put down on paper. Here are some points to keep in mind when pitching your next corporate video.