What if pre-visualizing your camera and lighting setups was as easy and fun as playing a video game? Matt Workman is working toward making that a reality.
Shooting a car scene in your next film or video project? Check out this DIY car mount build — and some tips for your scene.
If you haven’t heard of VisionColor LUTs, chances are you’ve seen them in action more than a few times in videos and films.
Capturing a real lens flare precisely when you want it can be challenging. Add the elements you need easily in post-production with Lucent Warm.
In this interview, we talk with the filmmakers behind “1985” about the challenges they faced shooting on retro film stock.
In the fast-paced world of digital filmmaking, it can be easy to underestimate the value of a properly calibrated monitor on set.
Creating videos to publish on social media? Keep up with the latest aspect ratio settings with this handy reference guide.
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 long take is a complicated shot, and lighting one is no simple task. However, today’s low light cameras are solving the problem.
Get the most out of your single-location shoot by following in the footsteps of one of the greatest low-budget directors of all time.
Learn how you can recreate the mesmerizing “ground-to-ground” transition from the “Atlanta” trailer in Adobe Premiere Pro.