What does “Dual Native ISO” mean, what does it do for your shots, and why would its acceptance in the film and video industries matter?
The popular camera-sharing community ShareGrid is expanding into all fifty states. Here’s how you can make their equipment rental model work for you.
In this article, we take a look at the keys to success when shooting beautiful landscape footage for your next film or video project.
Filmmaker Jessica Sanders chats about her short “End of the Line” and some of its amazing practical and digital VFX tricks.
Anamorphic lenses yield arguably the most inherently cinematic images. Now, thanks to Atlas Lens Co. and others, they’re becoming more accessible.
In this write-up, learn how you can create your own time-lapse videos using the in-camera settings for the Canon 5D Mark IV.
Blackmagic Design has created the Swiss Army knife of cameras, and here are the definitive reasons why you should be using it.
In this roundup, check out some tips for keeping your cool and shooting quality footage in bright sunlight for your next video project.
Here are five ways DPs can create an excellent relationship with the director to strengthen morale on set and produce a better quality project.
From voice acting, to directing, to learning to love your work even on the bad days, America Young is here to tell you how it’s done. In …
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.