Posts Tagged ‘filmmaking’
Like indie filmmaking? This might just be the cheapest DIY rig in the world.
Canon adds two new DSLR cameras and a new mirrorless body — all under $1,000. Don’t expect to shoot video in 4K.
While digital attention spans shrink, documentary filmmakers must adapt. Learn how you can be at the forefront of the era of micro-documentary filmmaking.
Let’s take a look at some of the year’s best documentaries — and the cameras that captured their stories.
Create a surreal environment by reflecting lights off of a water source.
Sound editing and sound mixing are wildly different professions, and each plays a key role in post-production.
Fire is beautiful. Fire is dangerous. Fire is a great way to light a scene! Here are some tips and tricks to consider before lighting your next video project with fire.
Plot is a new storyboarding app that will save you time and help you avoid the frustration of mismanaged paper storyboards — and PremiumBeat readers can try it for free!
Quality film and video gear doesn’t have to destroy your budget! Here are six of the very best filmmaking cameras under $1,000.
This year’s nominees for Best Director brought their A-game and then some with the most visually arresting, engaging films in recent memory.
The early paths of most filmmakers and videographers are littered with easy-to-avoid gaffes. Here are nine of the most common filmmaking mistakes and some easy ways to avoid them.
You stumble across a scene that would work perfectly in your film or video project — but all you have is your camera. How do you capture an impromptu moment without a tripod or other support gear and still make it look pro?