Posts Tagged ‘filmmaking’
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?
With the Oscars, a handful of slick new video tools, some helpful free production assets, and a few exciting announcements, 2017 is looking good for filmmakers and videographers. Here’s the latest industry news.
Shooting with a SnorriCam creates a wildly disorienting point of view and a skewed perspective that immediately grabs the audience’s attention. Let’s explore the rig and look at how you can make your own.
From La La Land to The OA, film and television are turning back the clock to honor the golden age of song and dance. Let’s look behind the scenes at some of the best song and dance numbers in film history.
Get to know 2017’s Oscar-nominated film editors as they discuss the challenges of cutting everything from high-brow sci-fi to old-school song and dance.