Posts Tagged ‘cinematography’
The Academy Color Encoding System aims to be the filmmaking industry standard for managing color.
Follow along as the cinematographers behind some of the year’s most-acclaimed films share behind-the-scenes stories and offer real-deal industry insight.
Floor it! Here are six pieces of practical advice and some behind-the-scenes tutorials on how to safely and efficiently film a pedal-to-the-metal car chase scene.
The filmmaking techniques on display in Citizen Kane continue to influence generations of artists. Here are six takeaways for your next film or video project.
Every lens kit needs a good walk-around and all-purpose lens. The recently released Canon 24-105 L II just might be the glass you’ve been looking for.
Walking into a video production set without a lighting plan can throw your production schedule out the window. Here are some things that can help your shoot run smoothly.
Before shooting a conversation for your next film, consider the 180-Degree Rule. It’s one of the most universally known rules of filmmaking — and you might want to completely disregard it.
The old adage of “work smart, not hard” is the key to efficient filmmaking. Here are eight tips to maximize your videos by minimizing your effort.
We talked to the team behind MotoCrane, a powerful camera crane system that can turn almost any hunk o’ junk into a state-of-the-art camera car. Here’s what they had to say.
Learn how to light your shot quickly and cheaply without overexposing your incandescent practical light. Let’s have a look at a basic setup to better understand the technique.
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH5 takes 2017 by storm. This may be the camera you’ve been waiting for. Here’s the scoop!
Another new year, another new round of juicy camera conjecture. Here’s your officially unofficial 2017 camera rumor roundup!