Posts Tagged ‘cinematography’
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.
When lighting a set, you need to find creative ways to hide and motivate lights. In this short film, we lit an entire scene just once. Here’s …
At NAB 2018, the Panasonic booth is all about the EVA1 camera. After a relatively low-key release, this camera is now squarely on our radar.
At NAB this week, Sigma announced its new artistic lens: a fast, wide-angle offering. And it’s turning more than a few heads. Cover image via Sigma. While …
To kick off the 2018 NAB Show, Sony has unveiled a few new cameras, and they’ve announced what to expect from the new FS5 II.
When it comes to gimbal cinematography, which lenses should you use for which shots? Learn to cover all your bases in this video tutorial.
Digital imaging technicians (DITs) are the multi-faceted heroes of digital film sets. So what is it exactly that they do?