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The Battle for the Mid-Tier Cinema Camera Market: C500 Mark II Vs. FX9

Par Tanner Shinnick

For documentary, non-scripted, corporate, and reality work, the FS7 and C300 MII remain the top choices for filmmakers, owner-operators, and producers.

5 Preparation Tips for Directing Your Next Commercial

Par Tanner Shinnick

A well-prepared director is a good director. Take a look at five useful tips for preparing to direct any commercial spot.

Free Script Writing Software Options for the Low-Budget Filmmaker

Par John Francis McCullagh

Need to write a script on a no-to-low-budget? Here are some great, free alternatives to the high priced Hollywood standards.

Helpful Tips for Staying Productive Through Long Exports

Par Jourdan Aldredge

How to maximize your productivity. Here's a constructive guide to staying busy — and sane — during long, arduous exports.

Video Editing 101: How to Add Titles and Subtitles in Premiere Pro

Par Robbie Janney

New to Premiere? Find out about the easiest ways to insert a title into your timeline, as well as how to create subtitles for your project.

7 Essential Buy Guides for Cameras, Gear, and Equipment

Par Jourdan Aldredge

Investing in new cameras, gear, and equipment? Purchase with intention with these helpful filmmaking camera and gear roundups.

How to Zoom in Premiere Pro for Simple Transitions

Par Robbie Janney

Using zoom makes static subjects come to life, and helps smooth transitions. Throw a little "Ken Burns" flavor into your video with the help of the zoom.

The 7 Best Premiere Pro Free Transition Template Packs for Video Editors

Par Robbie Janney

What's better than a whole bundle of awesome transition templates that you can use in Premiere Pro? A FREE bundle of awesome transition templates.

Why You Shouldn’t Cut Your Own Director of Photography Showreel

Par Rubidium Wu

In this breakdown, we look at some common pitfalls when cutting a showreel, how to successfully present your product, and why this is so important.

7 Tutorials for Better Titles, Text, and Motion Graphics

Par Jourdan Aldredge

Give your bland titles and text graphics a kick! Here are 7 in-depth tutorials to help take your titles, text, and motion graphics to the next level.

3 Simple Tips for Stabilizing Smartphone Videography

Par Jourdan Aldredge

Let’s take a look at some practical cinematography and editing tips that can help you create smooth, stable, and beautiful smartphone videos.

How Video Editors Can Increase Production Value Using Song Stems

Par Charles Yeager

Take creative control of your next video project by using song stems, and increase the production value of your video edits.

Why (and How) You Should Take Notes During Interviews

Par Jourdan Aldredge

How do you conduct the most effective interview? The most important trick for capturing quality video interviews isn't in-camera — it's the notes you take.

The History and Power of Sound Design in the Film Industry

Par Lyndsay Knecht

The history of sound design involves innovations from some of the biggest names in Hollywood. At the 2019 Tribeca Film festival, we heard their stories.

These Tribeca Docs Will Renew Your Faith In The Power of The Camera

Par Lyndsay Knecht

Incredible portraits of image-makers premiered at Tribeca 2019, and some new documentaries on the schedule affirm the value of intimate storytelling.

Breakout Director Kat Candler on the Best Festivals for First-Time Filmmakers

Par Lyndsay Knecht

Kat Candler took the time to chat with us about her film festival experiences, including a few that beginning filmmakers should check out.

Industry Roundup: Top Destination Jobs for Videographers

Par Lyndsay Knecht

Interested in seeing the world with your camera? Here are several videography markets for those who prefer to keep moving. 

NAB 2019: Canon Announces its First PL Mount Prime Lens Lineup

Par Logan Baker

At NAB 2019, Canon announced their new Sumire Prime Lens lineup as their answer to fans who hoped to get the "Cooke Look."

Gear Roundup: Finding the Best SD Cards for Your Camera

Par John Rodriguez

A good SD card is a tiny-but-essential part of your gear setup. We've rounded up four of our favorite options on the market today.

NAB 2019 Details and Timelines: What to Know Before You Go

Par Logan Baker

With NAB right around the corner, here's everything you need to know, options you didn't know you had, and where to find it all.

Hands-on Review: Is Syrp’s Genie the Lone Filmmaker’s Ultimate Tool?

Par Lewis McGregor

Solo filmmakers need reliable equipment that is compact, light, easy to set up, and easy to operate. So does Syrp's Genie pass this test?

How to Create Unique Effects by Editing Your Videos in Photoshop

Par Audrey Ember

Yes, you can edit video in Photoshop, but should you? Here are a few tricks you can pull off to quickly and easily add a little life ...

In Sundance Movie Paddleton, Limited Space and Time Yield A Genuine Bromance

Par Lyndsay Knecht

DP Nate Miller used some choice road movie tricks with a close-knit team to let Ray Romano and Mark Duplass shine in Netflix's latest dramedy.

Promotion Tips: How to Get Standout Press For Your Film

Par Lyndsay Knecht

Need to find promotion for your latest film project? Let's take a look at the kinds of opportunities you should be exploring.

Learn to Not Crash Your New Drone: The DJI Flight Simulator

Par Robbie Janney

Flying a drone for the first time and terrified of crashing it immediately? Now you can hone your skills before takeoff by using the DJI Flight Simulator.

How to Import Footage to a Windows System from an OS X Extended Card

Par Lewis McGregor

Did you format your CFast Card the wrong way when setting up a new project? Yeah, we did too. Here's are a couple of ways you can ...

17 Free Anamorphic Lens Flares for Your Videos and Motion Graphics

Par Todd Blankenship

These anamorphic lens flares are ready for your video projects and motion graphic design — with everything from subtle flares to bright light hits.

Color Grading: Working with Hue vs. Curves in DaVinci Resolve

Par Lewis McGregor

Color wheels are certainly the primary grading tool in DaVinci Resolve, but that doesn't mean you should ignore curves altogether.