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.
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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.
In this installment of Learning Curve, we take a look at how to use the software and hardware combination known as a LUT box.
In this tutorial, we take a look at three important considerations to keep in mind to improve the audio for your next video project.
What better way to learn filmmaking than from the best. Let’s take a look at some of the principles we can gather from modern films and television.
Lighting talent is hard enough, but when you have to take into account different skin tones, you need a thorough understanding of how to control light.
Today, we’ll talk about lighting in ratios, how it can change your cinematography, as well as the way you think about lighting a scene.