Posts Tagged ‘filmmaking’
When shooting professional interviews, a one or two camera setup is usually the norm. However, if you have the resources, a third camera can bring an extra dynamic to your productions. Here’s how.
From shooting schedules to protocol on set, assistant directing is a lot more than meets the eye. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you become a qualified 1st AD.
Today DJI announced the incredibly portable Mavic, the company’s newest UAV. It stands apart from the rest of the DJI drones, as this is their first to fold into itself.
We got our hands on a Blackmagic URSA Mini 4.6K with the latest firmware. It’s an impressive overhaul, practically making it a whole new camera.
Since the earliest days of cinema, filmmakers have found creative ways to incorporate cats of all types into their films. Here are some of the most famous felines throughout film history.
It’s not easy to find the right subject for a documentary. Nonetheless, there are a few qualities you can look for in subjects to ensure they’ll be great.
Highlighting scripts is the first step in the long haul of turning the written word into a motion picture.
A deceptively simple technique that mixes practical lighting with VFX is proving to be one of the most visually impressive methods of creating atmosphere in recent memory.
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This quick video tutorial details goes over nine different ways you can execute an eye-catching freeze frame in Premiere Pro.
Panasonic officially announces the GH5, the successor to the much loved GH4. Here’s everything we know.
Watch as two video essay maestros clash in good fun while arguing the pros and cons of contemporary film scores.