Posts Tagged ‘cinematography’
Using a split-field diopter used to be much more common, but it’s still an effective tool. What is it, and how can you create the effect yourself?
Autofocus has long been a part of documentary filmmaking, at every budget level, since they often lack the budget for a dedicated focus puller.
In this article, we take a look at the evolution and application of the FIZ system — including their unparalleled ability to control the camera remotely.
If you’re shooting outside on your next project, here are some tips on how to shoot both with or against the ultimate light source — the sun.
To find the perfect documentary-style lenses for your next project, we’re going to look at five of the top lenses across multiple budget ranges.
Capture powerful images with a signature look. In this write-up, we’ll look at how a graduated ND filter can make your shots look amazing.
Today, we’ll take a look at which in-air diffusion best emphasizes dramatic light in your scene — as well as adding production value to your set.
In this article, we examine visualizing light through photography — and how it can make you a better cinematographer and filmmaker.
In this write-up, we’ll take a look at cutting and shaping light, why you would want to do it, and the best methods for each budget level.
Kodak offers a wide range of options for film stocks. Here, we take a look at what’s available for your next project — and what you should …