Posts Tagged ‘filmmaking’
Still lenses can be great pieces of filmmaking equipment. But are they preventing you from making the best film possible?
Wherein we discuss everything filmmakers need to consider when comparing cheap microphones to expensive ones for video projects.
Every cinematographer should know how to get the most out of locations and sets. Let’s take a look at some ways to elevate any shoot.
Once again, ARRI is making waves in the industry with the announcement of their new native 4K, large-format camera system.
Documentary productions are always vulnerable to Murphy’s Law. Follow these quick tips to keep your project running smoothly.
From the elevator pitch to the budget, this guide will walk you through everything you need to know to create the best documentary pitch possible.
In this video tutorial, we take a look at the differences between low key and high key lighting, and how to set up both styles.
StudioBinder’s new online calendars for photographers and videographers bring production scheduling into the digital age.
Bounced light can soften your lighting without the use of diffusion materials, flags, or extra stands. Take a look at how it’s done.
Check out these five great film festivals that are well worth the time for fans and filmmakers of short-form documentaries.