Posts Tagged ‘video production’
Time-lapse footage is a great way to make your videos look much more professional. In the following video we take a look at how to make time-lapse video and also round-up a few of our favorite time-lapse videos on the Internet.
Hide the identity of a subject or distort a logo/license plate using this Premiere Pro workflow.
Pinterest is known for fashion, architecture and food content, but there’s a growing number of filmmakers, motion designers and video pros using it for a different kind of inspiration. In this post we share a few of our favorite pro video Pinterest boards and accounts.
This awesome retro throwback video shows the leading camera technology of 1993 – complete with cheesy 90′s music, leather jackets with turtlenecks and VanDamme with a mullet!
In this free 5 part video tutorial series you’ll learn how to emulate organic film looks in After Effects.
Pick up filmmaking tips from a Hollywood master, Martin Scorsese. In this roundup we get a rare glimpse into Scorsese’s methods and process.
With over 470 still and motion picture camera options, the Mark II Artist’s Viewfinder is a powerful smartphone app for quickly visualizing your shots. We’ve got 10 copies to giveaway!
Unlike DSLRs, the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera uses a micro four thirds system that requires special lenses. Find out how micro four thirds is different – and how you can still use the BMPCC with your existing DSLR lenses.
Add impactful flare to your video shots using a simple homemade solution. In this post, we share a video tutorial that shows just how easy it is.
With the recent success of ‘The Lego Movie’ we thought it would be fun to round up a few of the most awesome lego stop-motion videos on the Internet.
You don’t need an elaborate light setup to capture clean, evenly lit shots. In this video tutorial you’ll learn a few tricks for getting great looking shots with a single light setup.
Even some of the world’s best filmmakers had rough starts, so don’t be discouraged! In this post we share the bad first movies of Peter Jackson, Francis Ford Coppola, Ron Howard and Oliver Stone.