by V. Renee, nofilmschool If you’re ready to take to the skies with your first drone, you’ll want to learn the basics first. Drone technology is getting better and better every year, making it easier for beginners to take it out of the box and take to the skies. However, even the most basic drone […]Read more "Learn How to Fly a Drone in 7 Minutes"
by Jon Fusco, nofilmschool Stock up on these free sound effects while you still have the chance. Sound designer Phil Michalski is doing a solid for filmmakers everywhere by unleashing his sonic creations on the world at zero cost to the downloader. In a Reddit thread announcing his latest package called SciFi Mechanics, he tries to make […]Read more "Make Your Sci-Fi Sound Legit with These Free SFX Libraries"
by V. Renee, nofilmschool.com While you’re busy obsessing over your principal photography, your b-roll is over there begging for some attention. If you’re an experienced filmmaker, you know that all of your supplemental footage requires almost as much planning, preparation, and TLC as your principal photography. Just like with anything you shoot, you’ve got to […]Read more "10 Things You Should Be Doing When Shooting B-Roll"
by V. Renee, nofilmschool.com This new site from Apple aims to show users how to get the most out of their iPhone 7 cameras. When companies like Apple and Samsung design cameras for their smartphones, one of the main objectives is to make them easy enough to operate that any user can simply point and […]Read more "Apple’s New Microsite Provides Tips and Tricks for Shooting on an iPhone 7"
by V Renée, nofilmschool Designing a great color effect can be pretty complicated. The easiest part is making sure you have everything you need, whether it’s a plugin or additional software, but actually figuring out which levels to adjust and which buttons to push can be incredibly frustrating. That’s why this tutorial from Justin Odisho […]Read more "5 Simple Color Effects You Can Do in Adobe Premiere Pro"
by V Renée, NoFilmSchool You don’t need a whole lot of bells and whistles to make your film look cinematic. This is probably one of the most asked questions in the indie/low budget film community: How do you make a film look cinematic? It’s a difficult question to answer, because there are so many important […]Read more "How to Instantly Make Your Film Look More Cinematic"
by Casey Faris, Ground Control Keep Your Media Sorted During Ingest In this quick tutorial, Casey will show you a little tip for staying organized while copying media as a Digital Imaging Technician… Here’s another interesting and more involved article from NoFilmSchool on Digital Imaging Technicians.Read more "Quick DIT Organization Tips"