Video editing, video production and color grading tutorials. Software covered includes Adobe After Effects, Premiere Pro, Apple Final Cut Pro X and Maxon Cinema 4D.
DaVinci Resolve is best known for color grading, but it’s also great for translating project files from multiple software platforms. Here’s how it’s done!
Shooting wedding video can be extremely stressful. Here are some tips to help you focus on getting all the right shots.
From bugs to calibration, here are some helpful ways to optimize your quadcopter.
Get your audience on the edge of their seat! Check out the 5 shot types that will drive suspense and the Hollywood films that have used them.
These 5 quick filmmaking tutorials are a great way to get some quick inspiration!
It can be a real challenge to light a scene using only a single light source, but these cinematography tips and techniques will help you achieve amazing results even with limited gear.
Sometimes working in film means hitting the road or taking a flight. We’ve put together 5 big tips to make life easier for traveling filmmakers!
Tutorials are a great way to learn something new, but at what point does an awesome tutorial go from being a good thing to a bad thing?
Make your footage the right kind of messy! These 8 tools are a great way to add digital distortion in After Effects.
Interviews are a great place to sharpen color grading skills. Let’s look at some ways we can push and improve upon this common setup in DaVinci Resolve.
Working with a sound recordist is best, but sometimes you need to multi-task and record location audio yourself. These tips will help you do it right.
Photoshop can be a source of techniques and inspiration for color grading. Learn how to emulate the software’s vibrance effects in DaVinci Resolve!