Posts Tagged ‘Post Production’
Lookup tables are one of the most useful tools for editors, colorists, and DPs alike. Here’s how you can generate LUTs in Photoshop in a pinch.
Overcranking in camera will give you the option to achieve beautiful slow-motion work in post. But if you don’t follow the right formula in the editing room, your results will be less than ideal.
The duotone color style can work really well as a more experimental look. Achieving great results only takes two very simple steps.
These five FCPX keyboard shortcuts are crucial if you want to increase your editing speed.
Don’t get sued! Protect yourself with these tips for blurring out faces and logos in After Effects.
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For a film to truly succeed, its lead producer must understand how to effectively collaborate with the film’s auteur. Unfortunately, no two directors are exactly alike.
Many music video editors work with multi-cam projects to increase speed while editing, but sometimes the best results call for a more traditional approach.
If you’re looking to improve your After Effects abilities, an easy way to learn is to break down an After Effects Template.
Frame.io could potentially save you hours on your next project. We take a hands-on look at this new video collaboration software.
Here’s a quick tip that comes in handy when creating a storyboard edit in Premiere Pro CC 2015.
Here’s the easiest way to find where you’ve used a clip in Premiere Pro CC 2015.