Posts Tagged ‘cinematography’
Shots feeling a bit limited? Check out these five techniques to improve your cinematography using only a camera and your brain.
We sat down with the editor of I, Tonya to discuss cross-genre editing and what it’s like to work on projects of different sizes and budgets.
Cooke lenses offer one of the most distinctive looks for filmmakers. So what is the “Cooke look,” and what does it mean for you?
At CES 2018, Panasonic unveiled its new Lumix GH5S with an updated sensor, new Cinema 4K capabilities, and additional improvements.
Training your eye to be a better cinematographer is an ongoing process. Here are some tips that can help you improve your craft.
In this video tutorial, learn how you can easily create a shallow depth of field in your shots with three basic techniques.
In which we examine five famous ending shots from filmmaking masters to discover what makes each one so effective and memorable.
There is a lot more to digital camera resolution than pixel count. In this interview, RED’s Graeme Nattress clarifies the topic.
Creating depth is more than just a shallow depth of field. Take a look at some of the best ways you can use depth to your advantage.