Posts Tagged ‘filmmaking’
Curious about the cameras used to shoot current hit HBO series? Here are the various camera packages and the series using them.
A panel at this year’s SXSW Conference and Festivals covered how (and why) you should be putting yourself and your work out there.
Good audio can make a good video better. Bad audio can make a good video unwatchable. But you don’t have to break the bank to get clean …
Shooting video on a blue or green screen can be tricky. We’ve rounded up some tips to help you successfully pull the cleanest key possible.
Every director has a go-to shot that makes a scene unmistakably their own. Let’s take a look at 7 iconic cinematography techniques.
Learn how you can build a professional cinema camera package that is ready for any type of run-and-gun shoot or studio setup.
The story of the archival footage in Apollo 11 is only the tip of the iceberg — this restorative documentary had plenty of tricks up its sleeve.
We sat down with the DP of Netflix’s “Tales By Light” to talk about his approach to shooting an award-winning docuseries on wildlife and human impact.
Want the versatility of stereo recording in your video without breaking the bank or too much setup? Then try out these 3 techniques.
Here are a few different techniques you can try out to get the best performances possible from the actors on your project.
This tutorial will take a look at how to set up a custom workspace in Premiere Pro that will significantly speed up our post work.
How you move your camera in your projects can affect the tone and message of your shots. Here’s what to consider before hitting record.