Do you need a lighting fix in a hurry, and on the cheap? These cell phone lighting tricks will work when you really need them to.
These four simple rules can help you capture the perfect slow-motion sequence for your next project — without overpowering the scene.
In this video tutorial, learn to create a cinematic look for your video project by working with Lumetri Curves in Adobe Premiere Pro.
In just four manageable steps, this tutorial will show you how to properly and quickly create the double exposure effect.
Travel videos can be a dime a dozen, so what can you do (and not do) to make your video stand out in a crowd of look-alikes?
A good documentary must tell a powerful story. Here are four tips to keep you on track, especially when the going gets tough.
Which focal length communicates which feeling in which situation? We break down the options down in our latest video tutorial.
Need to eliminate (and prevent) popping sounds in one of the audio tracks in your edit? We’ll show you how in this video tutorial.
Looking for some more creativity when working with audio tracks in your edit? With track stems, you can create a whole new sound for your project.
Sometimes, your project needs more than a simple cut, but a flashy transition is too much. Enter the audio ramp-up transition.
Thinking of making a feature film? Here are 5 things every filmmaker should know before diving in to a big film or video project.
We’ve all got our frame rate habits, but all film and video projects are different, so one size does not fit all. Here are a few elements …