Posts Tagged ‘cinematography’
Everyone starts somewhere. Before they found big-time Hollywood success, these directors were making the most out of small budgets and developing their techniques on the sets of music videos.
Corporate video doesn’t have to suck the life out of the room. Here are seven simple ways to make your corporate video as entertaining as it is informative!
Today’s top mirrorless and DSLR cameras may seem daunting at first, but with a little help from the pros, you’ll quickly learn the ins and outs of these fantastic cameras.
These pro food styling tips are the secret to cooking up delicious-looking video of the perfect holiday meal. Just remember not to eat the food!
While Olympus has long been respected in photography circles, the new OM-D E-M1 Mark II positions the company to infiltrate the world of video production.
Not even Academy Award-winning directors are above the commercial paycheck now and then. Here are seven of the best commercials that were directed by famous directors.
Without a doubt, some people are hard to buy for. Luckily, video editors are always in need of tools and toys that complement their workflow and workspace. Here’s a few to consider.
The Snap Zoom may feel like a cliché these days, but this once-ingenious filmmaking technique deserves to be used in new, inventive ways.
All film school students are guilty of these seven clichés. Here’s how to avoid them and make your beginner film projects stand out.
The holiday season is upon us. Here are some cheap and practical gifts to get for your filmmaking friends — or for yourself!
Looking to purchase a stabilizer for your DSLR or mirrorless camera? Here’s a breakdown of your best options and price points to consider before you make your purchase.
Add visual interest and alter the impact of your images with masks and vignettes, two creative compositional elements that every DP should have in their bag of tricks.