Are you getting your demo reel ready for newer and bigger projects? Here are three considerations you should keep in mind when showcasing your work.
Shooting a project on film is an ambitious undertaking. Here are six important lessons I learned from my own 16mm experience.
The Hitchcock shot is a tricky maneuver, but its results are powerful. So what are the secrets behind this famous filmmaking technique?
Shooting a successful film requires more than just technical knowledge. It also requires strong film composition. But what, exactly, is that?
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 …
Sometimes you don’t need a long tutorial to pick up some new editing tricks. Check out our favorites from Editing Modulations.
How do you decide whether to use a helicopter or a drone when you shoot your aerial footage? Let’s take a look at the pros and cons …
Here’s the post-production guide (and photo tour) to how and why you should incorporate Opacity Blending into your next project.
So you want to go full-time freelance as a filmmaker? Here are a few ways I made the hustle work, and how you can do it too.
So the “faster” your lens, the more light it can capture, but what is it that really determines a lens’s maximum aperture?
Planning a drone shoot near an airport? We’ll show you how to quickly get airspace authorization approval with the new FAA LAANC program.
Using stunt doubles can protect star talent and keep a production on track, but you need more than wardrobes and wide shots to pull off the switch.