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.
We sat down with Craig Atkinson and Alex Takats, cinematographers from the new Netflix show, Dogs, to talk documentary filmmaking.
As filmmakers increasingly turn to quality over quantity of features, the Fuji X-T3 is starting to attract some attention.
Research and documentary filmmaking go hand-in-hand. So what resources can you use to find the most accurate information for your next project
Shooting a project on film is an ambitious undertaking. Here are six important lessons I learned from my own 16mm experience.
Full-time film production opportunities are more common today than ever before. So does that mean you should stop considering freelance work?
We sat down with the DP of Rest in Power: The Trayvon Martin Story to talk about projects with a social impact and creating work you’re proud …
Documentaries, as a form of journalism, often cover important, serious topics. But is this all that the genre is capable of?
In a new documentary, Off the Tracks, Bradley Olsen explores why Apple made those fateful decisions when designing Final Cut Pro X.
Here are five ways DPs can create an excellent relationship with the director to strengthen morale on set and produce a better quality project.
We had the opportunity to chat with cinematographer Lucian Read about his work on America Divided, plus his thoughts on how to approach story as a DP.
Being the director and the DP of your next film may sound like the perfect way to control your budget and your creative vision, but is it …