by Sidney Diongzon Easy overhead camera rig setup to shoot top down flat lay photography and video… AdvertisementsRead more "Top Down PRODUCT PHOTOGRAPHY"
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 Cinecom.net Create stunning title and text animations super fast & easy in this Adobe Premiere Pro tutorial. Learn how to use simply effects on your text and animate them to give a stylish look to your videos. Read more on the post 5 Super Easy Title Animations in Premiere Pro.Read more "5 SUPER EASY TEXT/TITLE ANIMATIONS in Premiere Pro"
by PiXimperfect Explore the Amazing Power of the Background Eraser Tool in Photoshop! Learn how to easily cut out hair or complex edges using this tool, as we will learn it in-depth with the best settings for every situation. We will also cover how to make this tool completely non-destructive. Whether you want to change the […]Read more "The EASY Background Remover Hidden in Photoshop!"
by filmeditingpro.com As a video editor, you are the Swiss army knife of the production team. Some days, people will expect you to do a whole lot more than editing video.It may be on the visual side of things, or you could be called upon to handle tasks that normally fall to the sound designer. […]Read more "Quick Tips for Cutting Music"
by Lewis McGregor, Rocketstock Did you know you can use DaVinci Resolve to create your own LUTs? Find out how in this video tutorial — including free LUTs! Rewind a decade, and in the consumer and low-budget filmmaking world, After Effects and Premiere Pro presets were all the rage. A preset that could take your Canon […]Read more "How to Make Davinci Resolve LUTs + Free LUTs"
Film grain overlays are a great way to give digital footage a vintage look especially with 5 film grains for free. By Robbie Janney | Shutterstock Shutterstock captured these film grain overlays organically using real film stock and film cameras, and they’re available in 5 different types: 8mm Coarse Grain 16mm Coarse Grain 35mm Coarse Grain […]Read more "How to Use Film Grains + 5 FREE Film Grain Overlays"