Posts Tagged ‘filmmaking’
We’ve rounded up some some practical production advice for working with voice-over (VO) in your corporate video projects.
We sat down with the DP of Rest in Power: The Trayvon Martin Story to talk about projects with a social impact and creating work you’re proud …
Drone footage is everywhere, so how do you capture cinematic shots to make your project stand out? Check out our favorite tips in this video tutorial.
Choreographing a fight scene is only half the battle. If your audience can’t tell what they’re watching then all those beautiful techniques mean nothing.
Your shot may look good on camera, but is it good enough for the editing suite? Save yourself (or your editor) some frustration with the three-second rule.
Follow these steps to really earn a twist ending in your feature film — one that will leave audiences coming back for more.
Everybody wants full-frame, but maybe not all the time. The Canon C700 FF’s versatility in sensor size options gives you everything you’d want and more.
Audio swells are a dynamic way to add some punch to your transitions. In this video tutorial, we cover how to work with them in your own …
From her first role to today, Julie Benz has played a number of unforgettable characters. We sat down to talk shop and get some insight.
The quality of the sunlight is an important part of any outdoor shoot. Here are a few rules of thumb to make sure you optimize your footage.
So you think frame-by-frame animation is just too tedious for your film or video project? In this tutorial, we invite you to think again.
Filmmaker workshops, labs, and fellowships offer a number of benefits for the indie filmmaker. Here’s what you need to know before you apply.