I collect these links because it’s always good to have references to films – and not just films that I am really familiar with –
Films get made with Incentives in today’s financing structure – plain and simple. Whether you are shooting in the United States in Georgia or another
Today we take a look at how to shoot a dark scene without getting a lot of noise or grain!
Today we go back to some filmmaking 101 with explanations for the three most important camera setting to know: F-Stop, Shutter Speed and ISO setting!
I remember watching “Seven” with Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman. An extraordinary film for its sheer tonal quality. Oppressive, intimate, foreboding. Fincher is a consummate
Perks. The word itself carries emotional connotations of either simple requests – or a vast array of pampered “Stars”. Or “Rock Stars”. In this
Usually, finding your career in the film industry takes a little bit of time. You try one position, hate it. Try another position and love
Whether it’s a drug trip or someone making the world shake with their brain, here are some awesome/crazy visual techniques to use for your projects!
Shooting on any mobile device like an iPhone, iPad, Pixel, Galaxy S, etc… has become a much more viable solution. Today we show some accessories
A few ways to get creative with your tripod for some cinematic results. In collaboration with Benro – Cinesummit promo – Register for Cinesummit here
You’ve heard it said before – “The best camera is the one you have with you”… While we don’t completely agree with that, there is
“The Godfather” is one of the most iconic American movies of all time. This great feature film was the catalyst – The Moment – for
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This week we're looking at how filmmakers can use composition and framing get across complex emotions and ideas. BLOG POST: Part 2: Lighting: Part 3
How can we use lenses creatively? BLOG POST: Part 1 – Framing: Part 2 – Lighting: Part 4 – Movement: Host and Creator – Simon