Posts Tagged ‘video’
SanDisk’s Extreme Pro SD cards allow filmmakers to record 4K video.
A Steadicam can make your film or video footage exponentially smoother, but they’re often complicated to setup and operate. We share some background on Steadicams, a tutorial on setting one up and how to create your own DIY version.
Focal reducers are a cheap way to eliminate most cropping on Blackmagic Cinema Cameras.
In this video tutorial by Evan Abrams we take a look at the preproduction process for animation and examine the value of good storyboarding.
In this article we take a look at some of the best DIY filmmaking tutorials on the internet and figure out how much they cost.
In this video tutorial you’ll get a useful overview of setting up your DSLR camera to record video.
We take a look at the awesome “Subaru WRX STI vs Stick Bombs” video and examine how Subaru created it.
Backing up files in FCPX is a quick and easy way to protect your projects from getting deleted. The following video from MackBreak Studio explains the ins and outs of backing up your FCPX libraries.
In this video tutorial we take a look at hairlights and examine some of the best ways to properly use them to make your subject pop.
Creating a realistic tilt-shift effect in Adobe After Effects is easier than you might think. In this video tutorial we show you a simple way to create this highly sought after effect.
Get the most out of your production lights by using light modifiers. In this video tutorial we show you a few of the most common modifiers and how to use them on-set.
In this video tutorial we share a workflow for creating a unique rolling title animation in After Effects.