Posts Tagged ‘filmmaking’
Episodic non-fiction has risen greatly in popularity over the last five years. Is it a simple trend or is the format here to stay?
Sometimes things don’t work out as planned, and that holds true in the video industry as well. Here are a handful of cameras that didn’t quite deliver as promised.
The Snap Zoom may feel like a cliché these days, but this once-ingenious filmmaking technique deserves to be used in new, inventive ways.
All film school students are guilty of these seven clichés. Here’s how to avoid them and make your beginner film projects stand out.
The holiday season is upon us. Here are some cheap and practical gifts to get for your filmmaking friends — or for yourself!
It’s that time of the year. Let’s look at some of the best and brightest demo reels from 2016, and get those creative juices warmed up for 2017.
The holidays are finally here! These great deals, discounts, and sales will make it easy to give the gift of essential video gear.
Location scouting your next film? Here are the ten states with the best tax breaks and benefits for film production.
Looking to purchase a stabilizer for your DSLR or mirrorless camera? Here’s a breakdown of your best options and price points to consider before you make your purchase.
With affordability and versatility in mind, we’ve scoured the market for 2016’s best mirrorless cameras for video production. Here’s what we found.
Add visual interest and alter the impact of your images with masks and vignettes, two creative compositional elements that every DP should have in their bag of tricks.
DJI shows off the possibilities of its newest UAV by releasing The Circle, a fourteen-minute short film shot entirely on the Inspire 2 drone.