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How to Find and Secure Locations for Your Next Film

Par Rubidium Wu

In this article, we’ll look at resources for finding locations, and how to put the most "money on the screen" — not in the pockets — of ...

Building Your Own Car Rig — Commercial Insider Edition

Par Rob Wayne

In this next video for fiscally clever car rigging, we'll break down the mission control setup inside the car. Plus, my experience with these techniques.

Adobe Offers Look into the Editing of “Terminator: Dark Fate”

Par Jourdan Aldredge

From Adobe Max, the filmmakers behind Terminator: Dark Fate give a master class in editing the mega-blockbuster movie franchise.

The Prototype Rigging of Vintage Lenses in “Ford v Ferrari”

Par Paula Goldberg

How the filmmakers involved with Ford v Ferrari rigged custom vintage lenses to achieve the gritty look and feel of the 1966 Le Mans car race.

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Costume Designer Ginger Martini on Production Prep and Post Process

Par Paula Goldberg

PremiumBeat examines the important role clothes play in film and television in this conversation with fashion designer-turned-costume maven Ginger Martini.

The Ad Astra Editing Team On Creating “Quiet Intensity” in The Edit

Par Todd Blankenship

The "Ad Astra" film editing team sat down with PremiumBeat to describe their process and what it's like working with director James Gray.

Build a Fan Base by Taking Your Indie Film on Tour

Par Jourdan Aldredge

Here are some great tips for taking your film on the road, while successfully building your fan base in the modern digital age.

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.

A Guide to Developing Questions During Documentary Interview Shoots

Par Jourdan Aldredge

Here are a few helpful questions and tips for conducting interesting, orderly documentary interviews that develop naturally.

Will an Electronic Viewfinder Help You Get Better Shots?

Par Rubidium Wu

In this article, we'll examine the EVF, its usability pros and cons, and the best options for an indie filmmaking budget.

How Hollywood Gets the “Film Look” Using Digital Cameras

Par Rubidium Wu

This article takes a look at the digital side of the film world, the importance of film grain, and the evolution of getting that "cinematic" look.

Get Schooled by These Timeless Film History Docs

Par Lyndsay Knecht

Challenge your perspective with these documentaries on filmmakers, their tools, the histories they encapsulate, and the cultural context of their work.

3 Practical Gore Effects for Your Next Horror Short

Par Robbie Janney

Need to find a cheap way to add some gory goodness to your next horror project? Try out these three easy practical effects.

This “Pocket Film School” Teaches Everything You’d Learn in Film School

Par Jourdan Aldredge

Let’s examine why Pocket Film School is a great tool for your career by giving you real-world training for professional film and video production.

The Mood Board: Set the Tone for Your Next Short Film

Par Jason Boone

While there are no set rules for what goes in a mood board, I’m going to show you a few things you can include to help convey ...

Bring Your Next Film to Life with The Art of the Pitch Deck

Par Jason Boone

A good pitch deck is essential for micro-budget filmmakers. Let's take a closer look at how to put one of these together.

Filmmaking Lessons from the Making of the Sci-Fi Horror Classic “Alien”

Par Jourdan Aldredge

A new documentary, "Memory: the Origins of Alien," explores the filmmaking process behind the iconic sci-fi horror classic "Alien."

Pre-Visualizing Your Scene: The Pros and Cons of Set.a.light

Par Rubidium Wu

In this review, we'll take a look at the set.a.light pre-visualization program, its virtual assets and limitations, and how to use it.

A Guide to Shooting Interviews as a One-Person Crew

Par Jourdan Aldredge

Need to shoot an interview for a film, documentary, or corporate video project? Here's a step-by-step guide on making sure you get quality footage.

6 Lifesaving Hacks for Cropping Your Footage to a Wider Aspect Ratio

Par Bud Simpson

This article will specifically look at the aspect ratios used in video and film, focusing on the two well-known aspect ratios of 16:9 and the wider 2.39:1.

How Cinematographer Roger Deakins Uses the Cove Light

Par Rubidium Wu

In this article, we'll discuss the innovative "cove lighting" style of award-winning Cinematographer Roger Deakins and how he uses it.

Harnessing the Power of Rehearsal for Your Film and Video Projects

Par Jourdan Aldredge

It’s time we highlight the importance of the rehearsal, as well as the actors' performances, in your film and video projects.

5 Tips to Maximize the iPhone 11’s Filmmaking Capabilities

Par Jourdan Aldredge

The iPhone 11 looks to be a game changer for smartphone videography. Here’s how to truly unleash its filmmaking potential.

After Effects vs. Premiere Pro: Which Do You Need?

Par Robbie Janney

After Effects and Premiere Pro are two of Adobe's flagship post-production apps. But which one do you need for which task? Let's find out.

The King of Daylight Brightness — An Introduction to HMIs

Par Rubidium Wu

You'll find HMIs doing the heavy lifting on almost every big Hollywood film set — lighting daytime exteriors, diffused windows, and turning night into day.

Exploring the Emotion and Beauty Behind Uplighting

Par Rubidium Wu

Uplighting is a great tool in any DP or gaffer's tool kit. Let’s look at the main ways uplighting gets used (and misused) in cinematography.

Exciting New Prospects for Lighting Your Future Set

Par Rubidium Wu

In the wake of the multiple announcements at this year's IBC, let's look at some of the newest and craziest lights about to hit the market.

Industry Insights: Production Designer Malchus Janocko

Par Paula Goldberg

PremiumBeat talked with this versatile designer about the process and people involved in creating the look and feel of very different properties.

Do Creative Agencies Need a Creative Director of Video?

Par Tanner Shinnick

Find the digital frontier's new direction with three ways a creative agency can benefit from having a Creative Director of Video.

Tips for Getting the Smoothest Handheld Footage

Par Rubidium Wu

Today we check out a few tools and methods you can use to capture the smoothest handheld footage possible for your next project.

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