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Genre Breakdown: The Different Types of Sci-Fi Films

Par Jourdan Aldredge

To the Moon and beyond. Breaking down the science-fiction genre and how you can learn to create your own sci-fi film adventures.

7 of the Most Inventive Uses of Green Screen in Movies

Par Logan Baker

There's no shortage of movies that use visual effects, but only a few have been totally cutting-edge and crazy when it comes to green screen.

The Best Lens-Gimbal Setup for Your Next Project

Par Zach Ramelan

Is it the Gimbal or the Glass? Today, we'll discuss the importance of lens choice when implementing a gimbal in your video project.

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Academy Award-Nominated Editor Jin-mo Yang Shares His Secrets

Par Robbie Janney

Editor Jin-mo Yang shares with us why he still uses Final Cut Pro 7 and his approach to editing the multi-genre, Golden Globe-winning film Parasite.

Recreating the Look of Oscar-Nominated Film “The Lighthouse”

Par Chuck Crosswhite

With the Academy Awards approaching, we decided to honor the Oscar-nominated film The Lighthouse by recreating a scene from the movie.

Free Epic Sound Effects for Film & Video Trailers

Par Robbie Janney

Download this collection of high-quality free sound effects for your films and videos! We've curated this collection of free SFX to give your trailers MAXIMUM impact!

The Most Exciting Camera News and Rumors of 2020

Par Jourdan Aldredge

Hold onto your hats — 2020 is looking to be another wild and crazy year of camera rumors, releases, and breakthroughs. Check out what's new for this ...

On Set: How to Operate the Fisher Model 10 Dolly

Par Chuck Crosswhite

The Fisher Model 10 dolly is an industry standard for good reason, but you can't buy one — you can only rent it. So what can it ...

A Guide to the Basic Film Genres (and How to Use Them)

Par Jourdan Aldredge

Let’s look at genre theory, what it entails, and how to start utilizing genres with a bit more practicality and creativity in your own projects.

What to Buy for a Green Screen Kit (and Where to Buy It)

Par Chuck Crosswhite

Here are some helpful tips on finding the right green screen kit — what kind of kit you should buy, what to look for in the kit, ...

Action, Reaction, Reveal — How to Create Better Documentaries

Par Zach Ramelan

Creating a compelling documentary means elevating emotions and drawing the viewer into your subject. Here's a three-step strategy for how to do just that.

Learning Curve: Getting Started Using a Light Meter

Par Rubidium Wu

A light meter is still a powerful tool for getting a correctly exposed image. Here's what you need to know to get started using one.

The Multimedia Worldbuilding of the Star Wars Legends Franchise

Par Lewis McGregor

What do the Star Wars comics, games, and novels offer this multi-layered franchise? Go in-depth to discover how diverse storytelling can build a universe.

Blue Screen Vs. Green Screen: Which One Do You Need?

Par Charles Yeager

You've heard of green screens and their cousin, the blue screen. But what's difference? Compare blue screen vs green screen to decide which one you need.

Filmmaking Challenge: How to Create Foley for Stock Footage

Par Robbie Janney

Do you have a video clip, but it doesn't have any accompanying audio? In this challenge, we explore how you can create your own foley effects.

7 Filmmaking Insights from Modern Film and Television

Par Jourdan Aldredge

What better way to learn filmmaking than from the best. Let’s take a look at some of the principles we can gather from modern films and television.

Tips for Lighting Different Skin Tones in the Same Shot

Par Rubidium Wu

Lighting talent is hard enough, but when you have to take into account different skin tones, you need a thorough understanding of how to control light.

Lighting by Eye: How to Light a Scene Using Ratios

Par Rubidium Wu

Today, we'll talk about lighting in ratios, how it can change your cinematography, as well as the way you think about lighting a scene.

Finding the Focal Plane: Tips for Mastering Manual Focus

Par Chuck Crosswhite

Focus is a major cornerstone of successful cinematography. Learn how to find the focal plane manually in every situation that might arise on set.

Build a Foolproof Budget for Your Short Film or Video

Par Jourdan Aldredge

Let’s take a hard look at some steps, tips, and tricks for building out a solid budget for your short film or video project.

Roundup: PremiumBeat’s Top 10 Video Tutorials of 2019

Par Robbie Janney

2020 is here, so it's time to reflect on what we've learned in the past year. We've rounded up our favorite tutorials of 2019 so you can ...

Find the Funny: Tips for Directing and Editing a Comedy Short

Par Jourdan Aldredge

Here are some helpful tips and tricks for shooting, directing, and editing comedy shorts to capture that magic for the world to see.

5 Quick Tricks to Fix a Boring Documentary Project

Par Jourdan Aldredge

If you find yourself working on a documentary project that's starting to get boring, here are some quick tricks to help you get back on track.

7 Top-Notch Tutorials for Learning the Basics of Filmmaking

Par Jourdan Aldredge

From building a crew to shooting and editing a video, here's everything you need to know to begin your filmmaking career.

How “The Mandalorian” Got Feature Film Effects on a TV Budget

Par Rubidium Wu

Stagecraft vs. Green Screen: How Jon Favreau crafted the effects for the epic series The Mandalorian on a not-so-epic TV budget.

Capturing the Kinetic Filmmaking Energy of the Safdie Brothers

Par Jourdan Aldredge

A look into how the Good Time and Uncut Gems filmmakers — Benny and Josh Safdie — create kinetic energy and dynamic color palettes in their films.

DIY: How to DIY a Green Screen on a Budget

Par Charles Yeager

Find the right fabrics, paints, and equipment to make a DIY green screen. Learn how to light and mount your green screen without breaking the bank.

The Future of Browser-Based Creative Review with ftrack and cineSync

Par Chuck Crosswhite

Browser-based creative review is already a staple for collaboration in the industry, so what does ftrack's acquisition of Cospective mean for filmmakers?

The 2010s: The Biggest Filmmaking Moments of the Decade

Par Logan Baker

In ten years, a lot has happened to the world of filmmaking and cinematography. Let's take a look at some of the biggest moments.

The Importance of Capturing and Controlling Specularity

Par Rubidium Wu

Learn how to utilize specular reflections, why it is important you're getting that particular effect, and how to enhance or reduce it.

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