by Cory Baker During my filmmaking career, I’ve run the gambit on all different sides of production. Back in Baltimore, I worked with skeleton crews writing, directing, and doing sound on my own productions. Since moving to Los Angeles I’ve found a lot of work on set sound mixing, and I wanted to give some easy, […]Read more "The [Ultimate] 5-Step Sound Guide for Great Sound on Set"
by Aputure A gimbal isn’t much use if you don’t know what to do with it. In this weeks episode, 4 Minute Film School: 7 Essential GIMBAL MOVEMENTS, they cover 7 common camera movements with examples in many of today’s popular films, but also what psychological purpose they serve in your storytelling efforts. These movements are […]Read more "7 Essential GIMBAL MOVEMENTS That Will Help Make Your Film Look More Cinematic"
by The Creative Planet Network I’ve been a fan and subscriber to the free Digital Video Magazine (part of The Creative Planet Network) for years now. At the end of each monthly issue is a page of “Tips to Clip” ranging from small production tips in the field, studio and conference. Too many of these […]Read more "Creative Planet Network’s Tips to Clip"
By Gavin Garrison, Pond5 What does it mean to survive in the world of filmmaking? For content creators working on location, in addition to keeping ourselves alive, we have to be creative, innovative, and able to perform under pressure — to do whatever it takes to get the shot. Whether we’re shooting extreme […]Read more "7 Ways to Survive in the Field"
April 30, 2015 by Dick Reizner, creativeplanetnetwork Dick Reizner provides monthly “Tips to Clip” via The Creative Planet Network. See the archives of past months of helpful media tips to make your life just a little easier. You can check out the current and previous “Tips to Clip” columns online by going here. In the […]Read more "‘Tips to Clip’ by Dick Reizner"
April 23, 2014 by Larry Jordan FAVORITE IPAD APPS Last week, I mentioned some iPad apps that readers recommended. I have more for you this week. Chuck Savadelis writes: Adam Wilt’s Cine Meter is the best light meter / lighting & scene analyser available for iOS. Jon Chappell, from Digital Rebellion, writes: Cut Notes […]Read more "Favorite iPad Production Apps"
April 17, 2014 by Richard Harrington, CEO at RHED Pixel Save time, money and agony with tips from the trenches by two of the industry’s top workshop leaders and content producers who have spent many hours editing together. Learn about ways to organize your footage starting with how it’s ID’d in the field. Learn strategies for organizing assets-particularly […]Read more "Get Organized Before Your Edit"