Posts Tagged ‘cinematography’
Your shot may look good on camera, but is it good enough for the editing suite? Save yourself (or your editor) some frustration with the three-second rule.
Everybody wants full-frame, but maybe not all the time. The Canon C700 FF’s versatility in sensor size options gives you everything you’d want and more.
The quality of the sunlight is an important part of any outdoor shoot. Here are a few rules of thumb to make sure you optimize your footage.
From expansive dolly moves to intimate handheld shots, there’s a range of camera movements for every shot. But which one works best for the story?
Sure, Russian Arm systems are amazing, and we’d all love to use one, but if you don’t have the budget for one, just build your own car-side …
Nothing ruins a shot like noise. Knowing what causes it and how to recognize it can save you a lot of frustration — and some useless footage.
When you’re just starting out as a filmmaker, an affordable zoom lens can be your best friend. Here are our picks for the best lenses for beginners.
Shooting with a high-speed camera? Here’s how to prep your lights, camera, and storage to get the most out of the time you spend recording.
What does “Dual Native ISO” mean, what does it do for your shots, and why would its acceptance in the film and video industries matter?
The popular camera-sharing community ShareGrid is expanding into all fifty states. Here’s how you can make their equipment rental model work for you.
In this article, we take a look at the keys to success when shooting beautiful landscape footage for your next film or video project.
Anamorphic lenses yield arguably the most inherently cinematic images. Now, thanks to Atlas Lens Co. and others, they’re becoming more accessible.