Here are a few awesome applications that can help you do some great pre-production planning before you dive into your next project.
With new productions on the horizon, some say the once-dead Western film genre seems to be making a slow comeback. Did it ever really go away?
Here's a lesson on budget genre-filmmaking done right, and why you should trust your instincts by focusing on the unseen.
Here's a look into the update announcement for the much-anticipated Sigma fp 2.0, and what it could mean for your filmmaking.
Cinematographer Stefan Ciupek gave us the lowdown on the visual language, lenses, and filming locations behind Guns Akimbo.
This video is a masterclass in how to keep your student film (or any film, for that matter) on the rails. Take a look at mistakes you ...
Don't let the limitations and constraints of the filmmaking process deter you. You can still get a great-looking, cinematic image with a single light.
In this tutorial, we'll look at what shutter speed is and how to set it — as well as its potential to influence the actual narrative of ...
Let's take a look at the cinematography, blocking, and storyboarding of Bong-Joon Ho's latest masterpiece.
The Fujifilm X-T4 keeps all the best features of the X-T3 while making updates that users have been clamoring for, like In-Body Image Stabilization.
In this tour of the horror film genre, we break down some of the best-known sub-genres for tips on how to improve your own horror filmmaking endeavors.
To the Moon and beyond. Breaking down the science-fiction genre and how you can learn to create your own sci-fi film adventures.
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.
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.
With the Academy Awards approaching, we decided to honor the Oscar-nominated film The Lighthouse by recreating a scene from the movie.
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.
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, ...
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.