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Hier — 25 mai 2020Video PRO

2020’s Best Prime Lenses Under $1,000

Capture beautiful images with these high-quality, low-cost prime lenses. Another year, another NAB full of jaw-dropping gear announcements and — oh, wait. Yeah, it hasn’t been a ...

Short Film, Big Ideas: Combining 2D and 3D to Visualize a Complex Issue

For his latest film, "Disorder," Director Robert Grieves utilized a multi-media approach to tell a multi-dimensional story. Here’s how he did it.

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Best FREE Animation Software — Ready to Download Right Now

Let's take a look at the best FREE animation software that you can download and start using today, with over ten software options listed here.

Industry Insights: Shoot Like the Coen Brothers

So, what goes into a Coen brothers' film that makes it so distinctive, and their style so admired? Let's look into the brothers' filming techniques.

Aputure Announces Two New Light Fixtures: The 600d and NOVA 300C

In their final "NAB" product release announcement, Aputure pulls out all the stops with two new light fixtures that will change everything.

Why the Best Camera is NOT the One You Already Have

As content creators, we’ve been inundated with the notion that the best camera is the one you already have. Is it so? Let's figure out what filmmakers ...

Up the Ante in Action Sequels Through Character Development

Let's see what action film producers need to do to up the ante through character development in action sequels. Spoiler alert — it's not that easy!

A Complete Guide to Shooting Workout Videos at Home

Whether you're a fitness professional or a videographer working on fitness projects, these tips will be useful in creating professional home workout videos.

How Cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema Pulls Off a Shallow Depth of Field

Take a closer look at the career of Hoyte van Hoytema and the inner-workings of his signature shallow-depth-of-field shots.

Roger Deakins Launches a New Cinematography Podcast

It's podcast time: Roger Deakins and wife James team up on new podcast where they talk about filmmaking and answer your questions.

The 6 Best Filmmaking Cameras Under $1,000

From action cameras to mirrorless, full-frame cameras, with $1000 or less, you can find an outstanding filmmaking camera and get started on your project.

7 Best Digital Film Festivals and Online Film Challenges

Stuck inside? Here are seven online film festivals and challenges that filmmakers can complete from home. Try them out and maximize your creativity.

Universal “Trolls” Movie Theaters, AMC and Regal Fight Back

Trolls' unexpected streaming success unleashes a battle between studios and theaters that could change the industry – for a few months.

The Visual Styles of the Synthwave and Vaporwave Video

We're going to explore the visual art style of two retro genres — Synthwave and Vaporwave — and how to incorporate them into your own video project.

The Importance of Creating a Great Sizzle Reel for Your Film

Take a look at what a sizzle is, some examples of successful film and television reels, and the steps you can take to make your own.

9 FREE After Effects Templates

These free After Effects templates include over 100 free elements and options for you to use in any project. Combine these projects for even more options!

6 Slow Motion Cameras You Can Afford

Bring your slow motion game up to speed with this roundup of high frame rate cameras that won’t deplete your life savings.

10 Podcasts for Cinematographers and Filmmakers

Looking for something to listen to while you commute between shoots? These podcasts are great for cinematographers and filmmakers alike.

Industry Insights: How Christopher Nolan Shoots a Scene

Very rarely has a single filmmaker’s style transformed Hollywood with such force, or achieved such consistent success, as Christopher Nolan.

From Security to Accessibility: The Best Sites to Host Your Reel

The demo reel is a filmmaker's business card in the film industry. So, how you choose to present it can make a difference.

The 7 Best Short Films to Come out of Quarantine (So Far)

Feeling stuck at home? Here are some of the best “quarantined” short film projects to really get your creative juices flowing.

Lighting a Scene Without Breaking the 180-Degree Rule

Today, we're going to explore the intricacies of lighting a scene using natural light, geography, and the 180 Degree Rule.

Industry Insights: What Makes a Successful Cinematographer

From politics to storytelling to great sets, today we'll discuss what it takes to become a successful cinematographer, at any level.

Documentary Filmmaking Lessons from Netflix’s “Tiger King” Docuseries

We are delving into Tiger King producers’ approaches and strategies that helped make this docu-series an instant classic.

5 Things You Need to Know About Filming with iPhone Gimbals

From footage to safety: Myths and facts concerning the capabilities of the iPhone gimbal, and how to incorporate it into your next filming endeavor.

A Beginner’s Guide to Shooting Coverage for a Film Project

Coverage is a deceptively simple term that encompasses a wide range of factors — how a film is staged, blocked, lit, and performances are captured.