Learning how to build a DIY jib is important. You might NEVER actually build one. But now you start thinking about how to solve problems.
The Red Epic Camera has become a major player in World Cinema. The camera has been used by the likes of Peter Jackson and Steven
Today we take a look at how to shoot a dark scene without getting a lot of noise or grain!
Three Articles give a lot of direction to the State of the Film Industry and here are a few quick summaries. Article 1 – Cord
The recently concluded Toronto Film Festival is amongst the world’s major film festivals worth attending in terms of prestige, prominence and film sales. Toronto
Perks. The word itself carries emotional connotations of either simple requests – or a vast array of pampered “Stars”. Or “Rock Stars”. In this
Ryan talks online filmmaking classes with MZed, licensed music and how to track a face for a trippy effect! —————————————————————– APM Music: —————————————————————– Filmmaking Classes
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
Writers Need To Become Producers In numerous cases, I have had a producer or executive hand me a script, point to it and say, “You
Writers Need To Become Film Producers Many times, when a producer or a writer hires me to create and producer a schedule and budget, they
The Techniques associated with French New Wave Filmmaking were improvisation, low cost equipment, shots which defied conventional tracking shot systems, i.e., handheld as well as
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