by Motion Array We all love a good life hack, something that makes life easier with little to no money or effort. That’s especially true for filmmaking. If you’ve been in this game for a while, you’ll know that filmmaking is an expensive profession. Cameras, lights, stabilizers, tripods, C-stands, memory cards, and an editing computer […]Read more "5 Must-Know Camera Hacks to Save Time and Money"
by Brendan Schulman, VP of Policy & Legal Affairs at DJI (Per Malek Murison) In an article published by DJI, the manufacturer’s VP of Policy and Legal Affairs, Brendan Schulman, has come out strongly against the FAA’s NPRM on Remote ID, calling it “deeply flawed” and “a complex, expensive, and intrusive system that would make it […]Read more "DJI: We Strongly Support Drone Remote ID. But Not Like This."
by VideoMaker’s Chelsey Grasso Green screens offer a wide range of flexibility and creativity when it comes to making videos. From news reports to epic battle scenes, having the option of producing a chroma key green screen has made special effects and camera tricks much more accessible to the aspiring filmmaker. While green screen effects […]Read more "Master Your Own DIY Green Screen"
by Taylor Martin, CNET Take advantage of your router’s USB port with a little trick that lets you share a hard drive with anyone on your Wi-Fi network. Setting up a networked hard drive is a great way to access all your files from multiple computers. Maybe you want to share documents with coworkers without having […]Read more "Share a Hard Drive with Everyone on your Wi-Fi Network"
By David Nield, Popular Science With a smartphone in your pocket, you’ll always have a capable video and audio recorder close to hand. Capturing audio on your phone can help you save an interview, create a spontaneous podcast, log a semester’s worth of lectures, and vastly improve your home videos. In all of those scenarios, bad […]Read more "DIY: How to Record Better Audio on your Phone"
By: Miriam McNabb, Dronelife A new proposal scheduled to be released from the office of Senator Lee (R-Utah) tomorrow would put the airspace up to 200 feet in altitude over private property under the control of the property owner – and would restrict the FAA’s right to regulate airspace below 200 feet in altitude, making any […]Read more "BREAKING NEWS: This New Drone Bill Would Make the Airspace Over People’s Homes Private Property"
by Payette Forward I don’t normally show this sort of thing, but since your iPhone is such an intricate part of any video professional’s arsenal — whether it be contacting clients, using apps for film making, or actually capturing your project with it’s camera — it’s important to keep your iPhone in tip top shape […]Read more "iPhone Settings You Need To Turn Off NOW"