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Lighting and shooting products is a common challenge videographers face. Here are some tips to make your life a little easier.
Michael Rowley’s 2018 Telluride selection “Hurdle” dives headfirst into creating a documentary about Parkour in an occupied conflict zone.
Here’s a bit of advice on breaking down how to create that “cinematic” look — including some helpful and creative resources.
While having selection footage is helpful, the key to great storytelling is about quality content, not quantity overload.
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Slow-motion video can be beautiful, if executed correctly. Here, we take a look at creating slow-motion from 60fps video in Premiere Pro.
Gear companion apps have come a long way, and they’re only getting better. So can they stand in for crew when you’re shooting solo?
With the announcements of so many new cinema cameras, we often forget about the cameras that paved the way for digital cinematography.
Since the early 20th Century, color has been an integral part of cinema. Here’s how to recreate some of the most iconic trends in DaVinci Resolve.
Adobe is changing what software you can and can’t use. So, what are the changes, how will it affect you, and what is the cause for these …
In this video tutorial, learn some creative new ways to use Rocketstock’s FREE Prism Bokeh Overlays pack in Premiere Pro!
In this article, we’ll take a look at the basics of shooting day for night footage — as well as post-production processing in Adobe Premiere Pro.