Posts Tagged ‘cinematography’
Every director has a go-to shot that makes a scene unmistakably their own. Let’s take a look at 7 iconic cinematography techniques.
The key to an efficient product shoot is knowing which lights and what camera movement will deliver on your client’s expectations.
How you move your camera in your projects can affect the tone and message of your shots. Here’s what to consider before hitting record.
In this video tutorial, find out why the Kuleshov effect just might be one of the most important aspects of successful filmmaking.
The Dual ISO sensor is on the rise, and every major camera manufacturer has made one (or will very soon). What is it, though, and what does …
Usually filmmakers want their camera movements motivated, but when can you improve your story with un-motivated camera movement?
Documentary filmmaking can be tricky. Follow these five tenets of capturing good B-roll to help streamline your next project.
A look at the cameras and gear used to capture all of the 2019 Academy Award nominees for Best Picture and Best Cinematography.
ShareGrid just released their end-of-year report detailing the most popular gear rentals of 2018. Let’s take a look at the most-used pieces of equipment.
Extra time is perhaps the hottest commodity on any film set. Here’s why you should always fight for the chance to pre-light your set.
Low-angle shots are a common cinematography technique, but are you really getting all you can out of these shots? Find out with these 4 examples.