Posts Tagged ‘filmmaking’
You’ve got solid video, clean audio, and the perfect color grade. So don’t blow your edit with uninteresting transitions.
Invoicing clients doesn’t have to be scary. Follow these seven best practices to make your invoices clear and professional.
The events in Bomb City needed a larger-than-life feel and a gritty reality. We talked to DP Jake Wilganowski about how he pulled it off.
Dissatisfied with your slow-motion footage? In this video tutorial, we take a look at a few ways you can improve the look.
We talked with the editor of The Disaster Artist about what it’s like telling a true story that is simultaneously hilarious, inspiring, and bizarre.
Explore the next stage in DIY video journalism with these user-friendly tools — plus some tips to maximize your smartphone videos.
In 2014, a preacher in Grand Saline, Texas self-immolated to protest racism in his town. We talked with the filmmakers who captured his story.
Production designer Hannah Beachler takes us behind the scenes of Marvel’s Black Panther. See how she designed the afrofuturistic look of the film.
Before you start your next corporate or commercial project, share these points (or this article) with your favorite clients.
Still lenses can be great pieces of filmmaking equipment. But are they preventing you from making the best film possible?
Wherein we discuss everything filmmakers need to consider when comparing cheap microphones to expensive ones for video projects.
Every cinematographer should know how to get the most out of locations and sets. Let’s take a look at some ways to elevate any shoot.