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.
From lenses to post-production tweaks, there are lots of ways to give your footage a vintage look. Capture some old school vibes with these video tips.
Ever used a focus chart? Learn more about this important filmmaking tool and discover how it can help your next production.
When shooting directly at the sun, some digital cinema cameras suffer from the “black sun effect,” which can leave a nasty-looking hole in your image. Here’s how to fix it in DaVinci Resolve.
False color is one of the most effective exposure tools for digital cinematography out there. This quick tip explains how to understand your false color readout to achieve perfect exposure.
Leave the heavy gear at home! The sticks are all you need to pull off these five amazing tripod camera moves.
Authenticity is key when your film is set in the seedy underbelly of the criminal world. Here are a few ways to create realistic props for gangster movies.
You don’t have to spend a lot of money to capture eye-catching dolly shots. Here are a few pro and DIY options that won’t bust your budget.
Shooting a professional product video is surprisingly easy — if you have the right gear. Here’s everything you need.
Real estate videos are highly specific projects that can have a huge impact on the targeted audience. Here are the must-take steps to creating cinematic real estate videos that actually sell property.
Don’t pick the wrong mic! Find out when to use certain microphones by learning these six essential microphone pickup patterns.
When attempting to warm up footage in post, many inexperienced colorists will take a wrong turn and wind up giving their footage a sepia look. Here’s how to avoid that issue entirely.
Although many software platforms have the capability to edit and color RAW media natively, sometimes Photoshop might be the best tool for the job.