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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.

Atomos enables large format 12-bit 4K ProRes RAW recording with Fujifilm GFX100

June 30, 2020 Atomos is excited to announce RAW over HDMI recording with the Fujifilm GFX100 and Ninja V 5” HDR monitor-recorder. The Ninja V will record up to 4Kp30 12-bit Apple ProRes RAW video from the GFX100’s state-of-the-art large format CMOS sensor. This makes it the world’s first commercially available medium format RAW video ...

The post Atomos enables large format 12-bit 4K ProRes RAW recording with Fujifilm GFX100 appeared first on NAB Show News | 2020 NAB Show Media Partner and Producer of NAB Show LIVE. Broadcast Engineering News.

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 ...

Affordable Field Recorders for Filmmakers

Field recorders are an absolute must when going into any production. Let's take a look at some of the best and most affordable options for videographers and ...

5 Tips and Resources for Creating Realistic Battle Scenes

From war films to pure action, let’s gear up and go over some of the best practices for creating realistic battle scenes in your film and video ...

A Look into the Cinematography Stylings of Bradford Young

One of the best ways to improve your cinematography is to learn from some of the masters. Let’s deep-dive into Bradford Young’s work to explore his approach ...

Is Deepfake Technology the Future of the Film Industry?

Let's take a look into how Deepfake and CGI are shaping a bold new future for filmmakers. Here are some vivid examples of what Deepfake and CGI ...

The Best Mobile Filmmaking Gear for Making Videos on Your Phone

Making videos on-the-run? Check out our list of the top mobile filmmaking gear to find the right lenses, mics, gimbals, and more to add to your kit.

Why Drive-in Movie Theaters May Be the Future of Film

In the wake of a pandemic, traditional movie theaters are struggling, but a sudden resurgence in drive-ins just might save the film industry.

The Top Mobile Editing Tools for Filmmakers on the Go

From basic cutting to adding effects and animations, here’s what to look for in a mobile video editing platform. Video editing has never been the most accessible ...

The 6 Types of Documentary Films

The documentary genre of film is a woven part of cinematic history. We explore the different types and share characteristics and examples of each.

Z CAM E2-M4 vs Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K — Which Should You Buy?

Let’s look at the pros and cons of the new Z CAM E2-M4 next to the beloved BMPCC4K. Which is worth your money? With Z CAM’s announcement ...

Face aux conséquences de la pandémie, Mill Film et Mr. X s’unissent

Par : Shadows

Mill Film, entité du groupe Technicolor, n’est plus. Citant comme raison principale les conséquences de la pandémie avec « un marché du cinéma changeant » et « de nombreux projets suspendus indéfiniment », Technicolor annonce la fusion de Mill Film au sein de son studio d’effets visuels Mr. X.
Mill Film, à ne pas confondre avec The Mill (également un studio VFX du groupe Technicolor), avait été lancée en 2018 en tant qu’unité dédiée au long-métrage.

Les studios de Toronto, Montréal, Adélaïde et Bangalore restent ouverts. L’entité résultant de la fusion s’attaquera sans surprise à la fois au marché du film et de la série.

Cette annonce fait suite, ces dernières semaines, à la destruction de centaines d’emplois au sein de différentes entités du grouper Technicolor (Mill Film, Mr. X mais aussi MPC).

Voici l’annonce complète du côté de Mill FIlm :

Effective today, Mill Film will be merging with MR. X. COVID-19 is changing the entertainment industry, the theatrical market is being re-imagined and many projects are currently on hold indefinitely. The merger is a direct and necessary response to align to the changing needs of the industry and creative partners, as productions begin again, and as the entertainment industry looks to move forward. The merger will bring together expertise and creativity from both brands into a stronger united front as the industry faces unprecedented times.  

The newly combined, expanded studio will service clients across both film and episodic. Laura Fitzpatrick, MD of Mill Film, will move into a Managing Director role at MR. X, based in Montreal, with Dennis Berardi, founder of MR. X, assuming the position of Creative Director for the studio.

The combined legacy of both studios serves as the foundation for MR. X going forward. The expansion of the studio’s talent pool paves the way for the team to share knowledge and best practices for delivering projects of all genres, formats and mediums.

Thanks to each and every one of our crew members who have been a part of the Mill Film journey so far. All studios will remain open in Montreal, Adelaide and Bangalore.

Et la brève annonce chez Mr. X :

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The Best Creative Advice for Career Videographers

Here's the simple phrase that has helped me through my entire creative and video production career and saved me hours of frustration. Take a look!

6 Reasons for You to Upgrade to Resolve Studio Today

DaVinci Resolve is unique among post-production applications in that it’s free. But, here are six reasons why you'd upgrade to its paid version.

Everything You Should Know About Picking Your Film’s Color Schemes

Let's explore one of the core issues of a film’s cinematography — color scheme. A film's color scheme sets the tone, emotion, and complexity of the film.

A Guide to Organizing Your Own Online Film Premiere

Have a short or feature film that you’re looking to show off online? Here’s a step-by-step guide to organizing your film’s premiere.

Untethered Territory: How to Shoot Films Like Quentin Tarantino

Today, we’re going to take a look at what makes Tarantino so distinctive, and the elements he combines to form his director's style.

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