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Camera mounts and stabilizers can be quite expensive when buying name-brand gear. Making your own DIY camera stabilizers and mounts is a much cheaper alternative.
The Dolly Zoom is one of cinematography’s most striking shots. Here’s how you can recreate it in post.
See the art of painting and the art of filmmaking come together in beautifully composed shots.
Lens whacking can elevate your shot in seemingly magical ways, from adding light leaks to creating a vintage look. Here’s everything you need to know about the technique.
Get more out of your DJI drone footage with these optimal settings and tricks for shooting with intelligent flight modes.
Have you ever seen a behind-the-scenes shot with a model holding a gray card (or a color chart with a gray card included) and wondered what that was? Here’s the scoop.
Lens flares are perfect for giving your footage blockbuster atmosphere. But how can you best utilize them when you don’t have a blockbuster budget?
Here’s how to use After Effects to capture the distorted retro vibes of authentic VHS footage.
It’s super-easy to add epic drama to the end of your projects when you add reverb to your audio.
Speed up your footage and workflow with these powerful and simple Premiere Pro time-remapping keyboard shortcuts.
Skip film school and watch these seven films about the art of filmmaking. They’re entertaining, educational, and essential.
What do you do when you have so many camera angles that the multi-camera monitor is no longer a viable option? Make sure you’re always choosing the best shot possible with this unconventional workaround in Premiere Pro.