Posts Tagged ‘filmmaking’
“A Quiet Place” uses sound design and editing as powerful narrative elements. We took a closer look to see how it crafts this unique soundscape.
Nothing ruins a shot like noise. Knowing what causes it and how to recognize it can save you a lot of frustration — and some useless footage.
Creating content is more democratic than ever, but it also presents new challenges. So how do you get your project seen in such a crowded field?
Here are five creative tips and tricks for documentary filmmakers looking to capture footage of their subjects in motion.
Aputure has released 5 new accessories that will elevate your lighting game to a whole new level. Here’s what you need to know.
In which we take a look at the different career paths for commercial, indie, and corporate video production and filmmaking.
Even if your viewers aren’t watching your content in 4K, there are still benefits to shooting at this resolution. Here are five things to keep in mind.
When you’re just starting out as a filmmaker, an affordable zoom lens can be your best friend. Here are our picks for the best lenses for beginners.
Shooting with a high-speed camera? Here’s how to prep your lights, camera, and storage to get the most out of the time you spend recording.
What does “Dual Native ISO” mean, what does it do for your shots, and why would its acceptance in the film and video industries matter?
We spoke with Bobbito García and his team about how they sorted decades of archival footage to create the autobiographical documentary Rock Rubber 45s.
Do you dislike 360 and VR video? In this video tutorial, we’ll show you how to get creative with some alternative uses for these formats.