Dialogue-heavy moments of character interaction can quickly bog down a film’s pacing. Energize those situations with a cinematic shot reverse shot.
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Learn how to quickly and easily replace watermarked audio tracks with the real thing in Premiere Pro.
Framing can often make or break a great shot. Here are a few of the most common framing mistakes made by cinematographers.
No filmmaker wants to find themselves going into overtime on set. These five production tips will help you avoid going over time and over budget.
Top Hollywood directors like J.J. Abrams, Spielberg, and Tarantino sound off in this collection of compelling interviews.
A well-composed frame within a frame can fracture screen space, add depth, and create visual interest in your cinematic compositions.
Fog machines and hazers are some of the most widely used tricks of the trade on film sets, but they certainly aren’t the only way to give your footage a soft hazy look. Here are a few other ways to pull it off.
Every artist has their go-to tools that help them express their vision. Let’s take a look at the gear of choice for 2016’s cinematography Oscar nominees.
Before Christopher Nolan was a blockbuster director, he was a kid who loved movies. Here are the five films he identifies as his biggest influences.
Anamorphic footage has become synonymous with the “Hollywood” look, which has many independent filmmakers using anamorphic lenses as a means to add production value to their projects. Here’s how you can too.
Noise happens. When it’s time to get into the studio and dub some dialogue, here’s how to nail down your ADR with Audition.