Posts Tagged ‘cinematography’
Your scene isn’t perfect until the lighting is. Here’s a foolproof process for illuminating your action that will work every time.
The Sony FS7 evolves with the addition of some hardware upgrades. This is the the new FS7 II.
Hot spots. Accidental cameraman cameos. These are just a couple of the problems caused by shiny surfaces on set. Here are a few ways to remove the glare from reflective surfaces.
Here are some of the best drones that can capture amazing footage without breaking the bank.
Drone enthusiasts rejoice: Rumors suggest the new DJI Inspire 2 will be announced on November 15th.
From Orson Welles to Ridley Scott, great filmmakers have developed signature styles that we know and recognize. Let’s look at the favorite focal lengths of famous directors and how they made them their own.
See how Microsoft utilized Motorized Precision’s KIRA robotic camera arm to capture the Surface Studio launch video.
Make your very own DIY LED bar light! It’s surprisingly simple and cheap thanks to this quick in-depth video tutorial!
Learn how to frame a Long Shot the Conrad L. Hall way. Break down the work of a ten-time Oscar nominee by learning the difference between a Long Shot and Extreme Long Shot.
Follow in the footsteps of today’s top cinematographers by creating and maintaining your own unique vision.
The Dolly Zoom is one of cinematography’s most striking shots. Here’s how you can recreate it in post.
See the art of painting and the art of filmmaking come together in beautifully composed shots.