Check out these helpful tips on how you can get clean, clear, and professional audio in all of your film and video projects.
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When you’re pitching your next film or video project to investors and building a production team, a strong “lookbook” is key. Here’s what to include.
In this interview, we talk with the filmmakers behind “1985” about the challenges they faced shooting on retro film stock.
We chatted with the filmmakers behind The Iron Orchard about shooting a feature set in the 1920s on a tight budget — and a few extra tips …
Effective websites can help promote your film or video project. Follow these eight tips to make sure you’re getting the most out of your online efforts.
Every filmmaker and videographer should have a “nifty fifty” 50mm lens at their disposal. Here are five reasons to add one to your toolkit.
The team behind RGB shares insights into how they built their all-female leadership team — and breaking into the documentary-editing industry.
Follow these tips and tricks to create awesome (and accurate) time travel sequences in your next sci-fi film or video project.
Before you post something for sale, check out these tips to make sure you get top dollar for your used cameras and video gear.
Here are a few things you should consider before sending in your Canon 5D Mark IV for the company’s hand-installed C-Log upgrade.