Low-angle shots are a common cinematography technique, but are you really getting all you can out of these shots? Find out with these 4 examples.
Editor Eyal Dimant shares some insights based on his work editing with the Coen Brothers on “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs.”
Why keyframe your animations manually when your audio can do it for you? In this tutorial, learn how to create motion graphics that react to your music.
Mastering color correction means understanding the color channels that make a good image. Here’s how to isolate the chroma and luma channels in Premiere.
One of the most exciting features on the Panasonic GH5 and GH5s is the ability to shoot RAW, high-resolution time-lapses in-camera.
Need a flashback sequence for your next project? Take a page out of the Harry Potter playbook with this After Effects walk-through.
Quantum image sensors are undergoing extensive development. So what does the technology mean for tomorrow’s videographers?
Learning a new application can mean spending hours stumped by usability issues. Here’s one we found in Resolve — and how to fix it.
In this industry roundup, we’ve collected five of the best places (and resources) to pitch your documentary film projects
We sat down with Craig Atkinson and Alex Takats, cinematographers from the new Netflix show, Dogs, to talk documentary filmmaking.
Motivated camera movement helps narrate your film visually. Here are a few examples you can put into action in your own work.
There’s now a whole library of ambient nature sounds recorded in Yellowstone National Park now available to download for free.