Thanks of course to advancing and shifting technologies, filmmaking has changed a great deal in recent years. Whether you’re an experienced pro or an experimental amateur – whether you’re a screenwriter, a director, or the man behind the camera –…Read More
This was an article and video post made by Vimeo which I thought was incredibly useful and has a lot of great ideas and tools.
Here is an excerpt from the article:
With a few simple tips…Read More
I have recently switched over to FCPX and I am finding it very useful and pleasant to use.
In this episode of MacBreak Studio, Steve Martin shows Mark Spencer how to apply a compressor filter to a clip and adjust…Read More
So what do you think about the new GoPro Hero3 boasting 4K resolution…even though it is only at 16 frame per second?
Here is a video of some pretty incredible shots doe with the new camera.Read More
DaVinci Resolve is a high end color grading application that is used to correct and enhance the color of film and video. It has been used to color grade more feature films and TV spots than any other system and…Read More
Vimeo just hosted a great little Weekend Project called “I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for Split Screen!”
After contemplating whether or not I had seen enough split screen videos, I clicked on the link and was pleasantly surprised.…Read More
Kimberly Warner’s debut short film CPR takes the viewer on a richly aesthetic and symbolic journey through color, emotion and transformation. The heroine, who is both haunted and ultimately awakened by her own desires to be saved, finds herself in…Read More
I know for some of you this will be a step back, but for those that are still trying to grasp the concept of what Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO actually do, this will be a basic tutorial that should…Read More