by Enis from Reverse Cuts Here are three tips for Premiere Pro that you probably didn’t know about. When I tried sharing these with other Premiere Pro users, they were shocked by the fact that they didn’t know about these things. That’s why I like to call them “3 Secret Tips”. Animate text opacity for […]Read more "Quick Tips: Premiere Pro"
by V. Renee, nofilmschool Learn how to do a little corner pinning in less than two minutes Have you ever wanted to replace a TV screen or computer monitor in your film or video with footage you shot yourself, like your own news story about a zombie apocalypse or a video chat between two characters? If you […]Read more "Corner Pinning: An Easy and Useful Effect"
by Nat Eliason, Peta Pixel Ever since I decided to start learning photography, I’ve been looking for a good catalog of composition ideas. Once you figure out the mechanics of how a DSLR works, getting good at the composition of your photos seems to be the 80/20 of rapidly improving at photography. I looked around […]Read more "30 Composition Styles for Taking Good Pictures/Video"
by PremiereGal PremiereGal shows us whether you should “Set to Frame Size” or “Scale to Frame Size” when working with images in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Which do you believe? You may be surprised! PremiereGal wants to help you be the best shooter, editor, producer you can be! New video tutorials can be found on her […]Read more "Set to Frame Size or Scale To Frame Size?"
By Jim Penola, Pond5 I’m a firm believer that artists’ roles aren’t specific to their chosen concentration, or even their natural inclination. Whether you’re an illustrator, author, photographer, actor, or musician, you no doubt find some measure of solace in creative expression. Storyboarding is a great way to encourage that, as it’s far more approachable […]Read more "A Beginner’s Guide to Storyboarding"
Lighting, camera choice, and lenses play a huge role in high-quality cinematography, but poor framing can often make or break a shot. Many up-and-coming DPs are focused on what camera they’ll be shooting on, how much dynamic range they can capture, and how to light their scene properly. Obviously, these are all important considerations. But few amateur […]Read more "How to Film a Dialogue Scene: Angles, Framing & Rule of Thirds"
June 17, 2015 By Tristan Kneschke, PremiumBeat Talking head interviews are a great place to sharpen color grading skills. Let’s take a look at some ways we can push and improve upon this common setup in DaVinci Resolve. Any working colorist will likely encounter their fair share of talking head interviews. It’s a great idea […]Read more "‘Tips for Coloring Talking Head Interviews in DaVinci Resolve’ by Tristan Kneschke"