Posts Tagged ‘videography’
Shooting product shots on a seamless white backdrop calls for a very specific approach to lighting. Here are some tips on how to get it right next time you’re in the studio.
Sometimes you don’t have access to a proper lighting setup. In these situations, it’s great to have a camera that handles low-light environments with ease. Here are the best low-light video camera options under $2500.
Thinking about shooting a live stage event? Here are 14 things you need to remember!
Looking to fund new gear or future movie projects? This is a list of legitimate ways you can make money as a videographer and filmmaker!
Has Blackmagic Design positioned itself to become what Canon used to be? Let’s answer the question with an in-depth look at some side-by-side footage and stats.
A little haze goes a long way. Fire up the fog machine to add dimension and depth to your shots! Learn more about it with this quick cinematography tip!
Get more from FCPX! We’ve scoured the web and rounded up some excellent Final Cut Pro X plugins!
Give your video shots greater dimension! Follow these tips for shooting shallow depth of field.
How much do camera operators make? We’ve created an infographic of recent statistics showing the locations where camera operators and cinematographers earn the most.
A recently funded Kickstarter campaign is reintroducing a forgotten photo relic, the Petzval Photo Lens. Known for its distinct visual style, the Petzval lens is now (once again) available to the public.
In the following article we take a look at what to do if your camera decides to take a swim. Follow these steps for the best chance of getting your camera nursed back to health.
Histograms can quickly tell you if your image is underexposed or overexposed. The following article will give you a quick crash course in how to use them.