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Good audio can make a good video better. Bad audio can make a good video unwatchable. But you don’t have to break the bank to get clean …
Shooting video on a blue or green screen can be tricky. We’ve rounded up some tips to help you successfully pull the cleanest key possible.
Every director has a go-to shot that makes a scene unmistakably their own. Let’s take a look at 7 iconic cinematography techniques.
The story of the archival footage in Apollo 11 is only the tip of the iceberg — this restorative documentary had plenty of tricks up its sleeve.
Yes, you can edit video in Photoshop, but should you? Here are a few tricks you can pull off to quickly and easily add a little life …
Need that DV look for your ’90s-era project? Here’s how you can turn back the clock on your footage in Adobe After Effects
You need a rotating shot, but you don’t have a multi-axis rig or a spinning set. No problem. Here’s how you can pull off the look on …
Dirtying up a clean digital image with a film grain overlay is relatively simple, and it’s a perfect way to add a touch of nostalgia your project.
The key to an efficient product shoot is knowing which lights and what camera movement will deliver on your client’s expectations.
Want the versatility of stereo recording in your video without breaking the bank or too much setup? Then try out these 3 techniques.
Consider the following advice for recording video and taking photos (at the same time) before shooting your next live event.
Here are a few different techniques you can try out to get the best performances possible from the actors on your project.