BY STUDIOBINDER Have you ever been watching a movie or TV show and noticed a subtle change in depth of field that revealed some new detail in a scene? That’s a rack focus. Today we’re going to go over the rack focus. We’ll cover how to do it, how to use it, and why this camera move should […]Read more "The Rack Focus: Creative Examples of Camera Movements & Angles"
by Envato Tuts+ Drones or light unmanned vehicles are opening the skies to brand new kinds of affordable aerial filmmaking. In this course learn about the innovative world of drones and how you can achieve cinematic shots that were once limited to big-budget productions. You will also learn how to fully integrate drones into your […]Read more "Learn Drone Video Production"
by Jo Light There are some basic tools that every filmmaker needs, whether you’re working on a big Hollywood production or a small indie film. And in most cases, you’ll be able to find them in a basic hardware store at a cheap price. Indy Mogul interviewed their site co-founder and famous do-it-yourselfer Erik Beck to get his […]Read more "All DIY filmmakers should think about adding these important (and usually affordable) tools to their kits"
By: Harry McNabb LiDAR is one of the most important tools in the commercial drone industry. While it has been around since the 1960s when it was mounted to aircraft, its uses have expanded dramatically now that LiDAR can be used with commercial drones. What is LiDAR and how does it work? LiDAR is a remote […]Read more "50 Ways LiDAR is Used in Commercial Drone Applications"
by Air Photography In this video for GoPro beginners, we are taking a look at Protune for the Hero 7 Black and discussing in detail what every setting is and when you would want to use them. If you own a Hero 6 or 5 Black you can still follow along as the settings are […]Read more "Hero 7 Black Protune Explained"
by V Renée, nofilmschool.com Drone footage can add a ton of production value to your work if you know what you’re doing. For the relatively inexpensive cost of a drone and an experienced operator (or plenty of hours of practice), you can get some dazzling shots from perspectives you’d never be able to get on […]Read more "Drone Shots You Should Be Using!"
by The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) posted a rule in the Federal Register requiring small drone owners to display the FAA-issued registration number on an outside surface of the aircraft. Owners and operators may no longer place or write registration numbers in an interior compartment. The rule is effective on […]Read more "FAA Makes Major Drone ID Marking Change"