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Learning how to shape light is one of the best skills that you can develop as a cinematographer. Find out how with the Inverse Square Law.
Training your eye to be a better cinematographer is an ongoing process. Here are some tips that can help you improve your craft.
While filming at dusk may look beautiful, it can quickly become problematic. Follow these tips to get the most out of “magic hour.”
Every great cinematographer has a signature style. You can develop yours by studying the experts, beginning with Wes Anderson.
Nailing perfect exposure is one of the cinematographer’s most essential roles. Learn to set the right exposure to streamline post-production.
A light meter is an essential tool to properly expose your scene, play with contrast ratios, and even test your camera’s dynamic range.
Filtration for your camera can be a essential to creating the most cinematic images. Find out what you need to know in this article.
Looking for ways to streamline your workflow? Spare your wallet (and your exposure) with these awesome light and color meter apps.
MIT Researchers are developing a new software-based system for aerial drone cinematography.
Unlock the hidden powers of cinematography by learning the three layers of shot composition: foreground, middleground and background.