Posts Tagged ‘cinematography’
Pixar in a Box introduces the principles of filmmaking with interesting and accessible courses.
In which we run the data and chat with the filmmakers of SXSW on what cameras and lenses they used and why.
These techniques will help you simulate moving light from a television, computer, or phone on your next shoot.
Looking to save money on your next project? Learn how to light a scene solely with practical lights for a dramatic (and affordable) look.
A diffusion filter softens your image and generates a haze around bright objects. Learn how this can add style to your video project.
If you know you’re shooting with limited access to power, these LED lights can make all the difference.
Background objects can create symbolism in your shot. Be aware of your framing and avoid unintentional messaging.
Take control of window lighting on your next shoot with ND filters.
The zoom is one of the oldest image-affecting filmmaking practices, pioneered in the late 19th century and first used commercially in 1927.
Don’t find yourself without the tools you need when you need them the most. Here are the must-have tools for video production.
Let’s take a look at some of the year’s best documentaries — and the cameras that captured their stories.
Create a surreal environment by reflecting lights off of a water source.