Posts Tagged ‘cinematography’
While filming at dusk may look beautiful, it can quickly become problematic. Follow these tips to get the most out of “magic hour.”
Histograms can help you properly expose your projects both in-camera and in post. Find out how with this practical guide.
Learn how to easily use color gels to modify light and create breathtaking, cinematic imagery for your film or video project.
Struggling to get a better composition? Here are five simple ways you can take your film or video project to the next level.
Integrating a wireless follow focus system with your gimbal rig brings you longer focal lengths and shallower depth of field.
Sooner or later, solo shooters and producers will need bigger crews. Here’s what you need to know about working with a first assistant camera.
We sat down with Meena Singh, the DP of Netflix’s documentary series “The Confessions Tapes” for insights on how she filmed this unique show.
Eyelines direct your audience’s attention. Learn how to align expectations with the people and objects in your next video project.
Before you go overboard with the zoom lens on your next project, learn how it works — and how to use it properly to get the perfect …