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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.
Try out these 7 tips and tricks to expand your skill set and improve as a cinematographer.
MIT Researchers are developing a new software-based system for aerial drone cinematography.
Want to improve your cinematography and video production? Learn from industry leaders in these free online interviews.
Unlock the hidden powers of cinematography by learning the three layers of shot composition: foreground, middleground and background.
Take control of window lighting on your next shoot with ND filters.
Filming in tight hallways is tricky — even for pros like the Coen Brothers. Here’s their low-budget solution to a common filmmaking problem.
Add visual interest and alter the impact of your images with masks and vignettes, two creative compositional elements that every DP should have in their bag of tricks.
Sometimes perfect scene lighting is accomplished by preventing your lights from doing their job. Step into the shadows and explore techniques for cutting light.
Play with your audience’s perceptions by creatively flattening cinematic images in your next video production. Here’s what you need to know about profile framing.