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Explore the best shots and sequences from the career highlights of cinematographer-turned-director Reed Morano.
We chat with the filmmakers of the 2021 SXSW Film Festival to explore the variety of they cameras used and why.
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A look into the life and career behind the industry pioneer who, with a single cut, sparked new style for the art of film editing.
For stunt coordinators like Hiro Koda and Jahnel Curfman, previsualization is essential to the reality and safety of dynamic fight sequences.
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As a producer, the relationship with your DP is a critical one. Here's a guide to creating production magic with your DP on set.
Learn more from Martin Scorsese’s longtime editor Thelma Schoonmaker, and why sometimes you want your audience to notice your cuts.
Ya No Estoy Aquí offers an honest look into an unknown part of Mexico, exploring the impact of culture on identity and the Mexican diaspora.
Explore the difference between homage and plagiarism, and learn to incorporate another artist’s ideas while maintaining artistic integrity.
Let's look at five anime films—both newcomers and classics—you should watch to inspire your visual storytelling.
An exploration into what makes Chinese martial arts films great, as well as how the genre has developed over the years.
Let's explore Darius Khondji's five best film sequences and deconstruct the elements so you, too, can replicate these masterful approaches.
Disney, Netflix, Amazon, Paramount, and more are betting big on digital sets, Volumes, and digital set extensions. Let's take a look.
We ranked our top ten picks for the best digital video cameras for filmmaking in 2021! Let's see the results.
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To UV or not to UV. Let's explore the pros and cons of UV filters, and when and how it can be your best friend.
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With so many ways to monitor exposure, it can be difficult to know which method is best for you. Let's take a look.
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From stereo to lavalier, let's explore the different types of microphones to discover which one works best for your creative needs.
From loading the camera to adapting old Canon lenses, here's what you need to know about shooting on Kodak motion picture film.
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