Posts Tagged ‘cinematography’
In this video tutorial, learn how you can create a digital distortion scene with a glitch effect using these four easy techniques.
In our latest cinematography guide, we take a look at how to light, shoot, and design your next product photo or video shoot.
In this article, we take a look at what you need to know about Canon’s auto-focus (Servo AF) before shooting video for your next project.
Shooting a car scene in your next film or video project? Check out this DIY car mount build — and some tips for your scene.
If you haven’t heard of VisionColor LUTs, chances are you’ve seen them in action more than a few times in videos and films.
Capturing a real lens flare precisely when you want it can be challenging. Add the elements you need easily in post-production with Lucent Warm.
In this interview, we talk with the filmmakers behind “1985” about the challenges they faced shooting on retro film stock.
In the fast-paced world of digital filmmaking, it can be easy to underestimate the value of a properly calibrated monitor on set.
Every filmmaker and videographer should have a “nifty fifty” 50mm lens at their disposal. Here are five reasons to add one to your toolkit.
Get the most out of your single-location shoot by following in the footsteps of one of the greatest low-budget directors of all time.
The close-up shot is a director’s secret weapon, but it requires technical know-how and narrative timing. Here’s what you need to know.