Posts Tagged ‘cinematography’
So the “faster” your lens, the more light it can capture, but what is it that really determines a lens’s maximum aperture?
Filmmakers often hear that gear doesn’t matter — that they should just get out and shoot, even if that means using an iPhone. I disagree.
We’ve packaged together 191 completely free motion graphics, action elements, sound effects, and more — and you can use them however you want.
In this short guide, we round up some advice for filmmakers and videographers shooting promotional videos for restaurants and bars.
Atmosphere can be the difference between a boring shot and an incredible one. And colored smoke is about as atmospheric as it gets.
Want to create convincing space scenes with practically created elements and effects? Download these 40+ free space textures and elements and get to work.
When you bring a second camera operator onto your film or video shoot, be sure you communicate clearly about these five important elements.
We gathered some expert genre filmmaking advice from the filmmakers at this year’s Fantastic Fest. Here’s what they had to say.
Close-ups have a range of uses, from comedy to horror, but as a general rule, you should use them sparingly. Here are a few reasons why.
Learn to unlock the potential of your Canon 5D Mark IV with this powerful, in-camera multiple-exposure photography functionality.
We examined the state of the music video production industry based on insights from a viral sensation director. Here’s what we found out.
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.