BY LEWIS MCGREGOR | Premiumbeat No matter your experience, sometimes the basics require a slight refresh to nudge that memory awake. After Effects Expressions. I use them quite often. However, I’ll still find myself sometimes googling “After Effects loop keyframe expression,” even though I’ve done it a gazillion times in the past. Like the developer skit, […]Read more "An Impressive After Effects Expressions Cheat Sheet"
by Adam Frimer | DIYphotography Gimbals have become increasingly popular and it’s obvious why. Moves that required master camera operators can now be done with significantly less training. Add the fact that gimbals are becoming more powerful, more affordable, and more features rich, and you have a winning tool. That being said, gimbals still require a […]Read more "13 GIMBAL TRICKS TO UP YOUR GIMBAL GAME"
by Dunja Djudjic | DIYphotography There are several ways to sharpen your photos in Photoshop. However, I believe most of us wouldn’t consider using Gaussian Blur as one of them. Still, it’s also one of the options, and it can give you fantastic results. It’s also pretty simple to apply it, and in this video (and more […]Read more "PHOTOSHOP TIP: CAN BLURRING THE IMAGE HELP YOU SHARPEN IT BETTER?"
by Cinecom | Jordy Vandeput The process of 3D scanning is not new, but the technology today is very accessible. In the past you would need expensive equipment. In the video below, the guys at Cinecom demonstrate how you can scan real life objects using a simple app on your iPhone or iPad. This app […]Read more "Create a 3D Environment by SCANNING Objects (Polycam)"
by Jordy Vandeput | Cinecom Small action cameras are a lot of fun! They can be mounted in tiny places and can capture unique camera angles. Such a tiny action camera can take those ‘camera tricks’ to a new level, and in this video we’ve got 10 of those! Read s’more here on the Cinecom site, […]Read more "10 Creative HACKS & TRICKS For Action Cameras"
BY LOGAN BAKER | Premiumbeat Laggy playback is a pretty—let’s go with not uncommon—complaint from Premiere Pro users. Because our team feels your pain, we took a deep-dive into Adobe’s Premiere Pro troubleshooting pages and community forums to compile a list of solutions to try out when Premiere Pro feels like it’s lagging. Going into this, it’s important to remain realistic […]Read more "Things to Check When Adobe Premiere Pro Is Lagging"
By Chris Monlux | Videomaker In this video, we’ll cover all the things you should have when starting to make films or videos of any kind. These are the essential things you don’t want to be without. Filmmaking is a beautiful art, but there are many tools needed to be a filmmaker. When first starting out, you […]Read more "9 Essential Things for Beginning Filmmakers"
by Premiere Gal Premiere Gal’s free video course on Essential Graphics in Premiere Pro covers everything you need to know about getting started in the Essential Graphics Panel. It not only gives you a history of titles and graphics in Premiere Pro, but it also shows you how create your own animated motion graphics templates (mogrts) in Premiere Pro, […]Read more "Premiere Gal’s Free Essential Graphics Course"
by Christopher McGuinness | pulsecinema.com In this video Christopher McGuinness shows you how to build a box to protect and use a pull down shade on your productions. Read more from Chris here on how to create this DIY diffusion box. Chris McGuinness is a writer | director | cinematographer | team player. Chris enjoys […]Read more "How to build a diffusion box to get this kind of look on tv commercials"
by Cinecom 5 Free IOS & Android Apps every Filmmaker or Video Editor needs to have to speed up their workflow and fill their creativity. You know that saying; ‘there’s an app for everything’ ? Well, it’s true! There are many apps that help filmmakers and video editors in their workflow. So for this video […]Read more "5 FREE Apps Every Filmmaker / Video Editor Needs To Have"