Posts Tagged ‘filmmaking’
Looking to save money on your next project? Learn how to light a scene solely with practical lights for a dramatic (and affordable) look.
Learn some innovative and practical production tips and tricks from the talented filmmakers from SXSW.
If you know you’re shooting with limited access to power, these LED lights can make all the difference.
Not just for streaming, 360-video content creators can now sell 360-degree content on Vimeo.
Here are five pieces of advice for managing gear — and yourself — when traveling internationally for a shoot.
You’ve got an idea for a documentary, but you need funding. Writing a treatment is an essential part of fundraising.
Background objects can create symbolism in your shot. Be aware of your framing and avoid unintentional messaging.
Learn how to design, animate, and composite a text message conversation with live-action footage in After Effects.
Like indie filmmaking? This might just be the cheapest DIY rig in the world.
Canon adds two new DSLR cameras and a new mirrorless body — all under $1,000. Don’t expect to shoot video in 4K.
While digital attention spans shrink, documentary filmmakers must adapt. Learn how you can be at the forefront of the era of micro-documentary filmmaking.
Let’s take a look at some of the year’s best documentaries — and the cameras that captured their stories.