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Painting with Sound: Save Your Bad Shots with Good Sound Design

This video tutorial explores some crucial techniques used to heighten production value — replacing your audio with more dynamic, cinematic sounds.

Roundtable Interview: Creating Successful YouTube Videos

Creating a successful YouTube channel is the easiest thing ever, and it’s the hardest thing ever. Here are some insights from four YouTubers who are making it ...

Discover the Fascinating World of Silent Movie Props

Dealing with annoying audio quirks? Check out these inventive and practical silent film props that keep sound mixers happy.

The Do’s and Don’ts of Writing a Tagline for Your Film or Video Project

Finishing your film or video project is always an accomplishment, but the work doesn’t stop there. Here’s how to write a tagline that will attract viewers. A ...

How to Use Film Noir in Your Next Video Production

What is Film Noir and how can you use its cinematic tropes in your modern productions today? Let's take a little journey through Noir history.

How Shutdowns Can Actually Create a New Age of Filmmaking Opportunity

Movies have been declared dead, now long live the new age of post-lockdown filmmaking possibilities. Here are three current trends.

Capturing Cinematic Shots of Yourself, By Yourself

Here's your all-in-one cinematic guide to filming yourself with no crew, no help, and just you as a one-person band. Let's take a look.

Traverse the Unknown: Matthew Libatíque’s Innovative Cinematography

Let's take a dive into the creative, experimental, and highly subjective cinematography of renowned DP Matthew Libatíque.

Upgrade Your Production with These Overlooked, but Essential Roles

Let's highlight some important roles within a production crew that are often overlooked, yet essential to making professional, high-quality content.

The Large-Format, Wide-Angle Cinematography of Wally Pfister

Let’s break down the high-concept, blockbuster cinematography of Academy Award winner Wally Pfister. To talk about acclaimed cinematographer Wally Pfister is to talk about his long-running creative ...

5 Reasons Why the URSA Mini Pro G2 Is a Documentary Workhorse

Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro 4.6K G2 is a versatile camera, good for nearly any workflow. Let's take a close look at the camera in a documentary environment.

How to Render and Export in After Effects

When you're just getting started in After Effects, the program can be daunting. Here's a quick guide to exporting your project.

How Reed Morano’s Cinematography Turns the Camera into a Character

Explore the dark, beautiful, and personal cinematography of DP-turned-director Reed Morano and how filmmakers can turn their cameras into characters.

Establishing and Maintaining a Hierarchy on a Film or Video Set

It's impossible to run a set like a flat organization. Here's why hierarchy matters, and how you can use it to your advantage.

Pro Advice for Starting Out as a Film and Television Producer

Get an inside look at the daily life of a producer working in film, television, and video production from some of the heavy-hitters in the film industry.

The Filmmakers of Tomorrow Are on TikTok Today

Take a look at how innovative TikTok content creators are influencing the next generation of filmmakers. I don’t know about you, but it’s shameful how much time ...

How to Frame a Medium Shot Like a Master Cinematographer

Learn how to frame a Medium Shot the Roger Deakins way. Break down the work of a twelve-time Oscar nominee by learning the difference between a Medium ...

What Does a Film Producer Do?

We see their names roll by in the credits. We’re familiar with some of the bigger producers in Hollywood. But, what does a film producer actually do?

Back to Basics: The Rule of Thirds in Filmmaking

Using the Rule of Thirds can dramatically increase the look of your composition. Here's a few tips on how to integrate this technique into your next shot.

A Guide to Handling Unexpected Setbacks on Location

A guide into how you can quickly and safely solve any problems on set without breaking down a production entirely. Here are the critical areas to focus ...

How to Capture Professional-Grade Stunts Safely with a Long Lens

Safety is the first concern when dealing with stunts on set. Let's look at various ways to pull off a professional-grade stunt via a long lens.

Exploring the Illuminating Cinematography of Robert Richardson

Let's have a look into the beautiful compositions and overblown haloes of cinematographic Robert Richardson and his main cinematography principle.

How to Establish a Location by Using Color Grading

Creative color grading can change the storyline and create a clear visual juxtaposition between good and bad, rich and poor, success and failure.

A Beginner’s Guide to Frame Rates

There are a handful of commonly used frame rates, each with their own purpose. Here is a quick guide to the industry standard frame rates and what ...

Producing Tips: The Importance of Pre-Production and Scheduling

The true power of filmmaking will unveil itself to those who put in the pre-production work. Let's dive into the benefits of planning and scheduling.

Some of the Best and Most Affordable Variable ND Filters of 2020

These three variable ND filters are tried and true, helping you control exposure under the harshest light possible. They also won't break the bank.

Color Grading Freebie: 65+ Free Premiere Pro Looks

Go Hollywood with over a dozen FREE Premiere Pro Lumetri looks! These free movie-inspired color grading presets will instantly add a dramatic look to your project.

Dear Adobe, Please Change the App Icons Back to Their Individual Colors

Meet Adobe’s latest update — the most baffling design choice in recent memory. Let’s take a look at why it’s the complete opposite of optimal. If you ...

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