Posts Tagged ‘filmmaking’
Being the director and the DP of your next film may sound like the perfect way to control your budget and your creative vision, but is it …
RAW footage wasn’t a video production option until a little more than a decade ago. Let’s take a look at how the industry got to where it …
With this technique, you can add even more dynamic movement to your moving shots and more depth to your simple shots. So how does it work?
In this latest gear round-up, we cover the best mirrorless cameras for film and video professionals currently on the market.
Learn what gear professional digital imaging technicians keep in their kits, and check out some affordable ideas for your own.
In which we chat with filmmaker and producer Toby Halbrooks about producing A Ghost Story, Never Goin’ Back, and The Old Man & the Gun.
We talked to filmmaker-turned-comic-book-writer David Avallone about what filmmakers can learn from the comic book industry.
We chatted with filmmaker Wendy McColm about writing, directing, and performing in her award-winning feature Birds Without Feathers.
Edits are cuts in the “reality” of a film or television show, so they should be jarring. So why don’t we really notice them?
Here are some tips and tricks for finalizing, exporting, and uploading a film or video project that is 90 minutes or longer.