by FilmSourcing.com We share your passion for filmmaking. That’s why we want to share our resources with you for free. Scroll down here to preview / download. (No email collection – just free downloads! Production Document Templates Camera shot list Advanced shot list Casting Sheet Talent release form Location release form Music release […]Read more "Download Pre-Production Documents and Templates, FREE"
by fangsfilmgear.com GET IT TOGETHER! Being organized is one of the hardest things for creative people. Whether it’s keeping your desk clean, your car picked up, or leaving time for coffee on the way to a shoot, the struggle is so real. With all the stresses of video production, it’s no wonder why things sometimes […]Read more "5 Tips to Help Streamline Your Video Production"
by Charles Haine, nofilmschool SLR Magic recently released its latest product, the Image Enhancer Pro filter that is targeted at cutting light more evenly across the spectral range. Digital sensors see outside the range of human vision—with especially big problems seeing into the infrared spectrum in ways that humans can’t, resulting in unwanted distortion. While […]Read more "New SLR Magic Image Enhancer Filter Can Improve Your Skin"
by Fangs This will give you some of our favorite tips on how to shoot an interview that stands out from the crowd! Free Download here. FANGS IS A BRAND OF RELEASE THE HOUNDS STUDIOS. Fangs is launching a youtube channel that will focus on tips and tricks for production, camera tutorials, gear reviews, and […]Read more "FREE “HOW TO SHOOT A GREAT INTERVIEW” PDF"
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"
by Brooke Bunce, Shutterstock In film and television production, B–roll (B roll, or Broll) is supplemental or alternative footage intercut with the main shot. In fiction film, it is a technique used to indicate simultaneous action or flashbacks. Think about the last really great short film or documentary you saw. What was it that held […]Read more "Mood, Movement, and Perspective: 10 Tips for Shooting Better B-Roll"
August 24, 2015 by Becky Holzman Garzone During the hustle of production paperwork can easily fall through the cracks. This includes release forms, location agreements for smaller one-off shots, and most importantly, non-disclosure agreements. Not having cast or background talent sign a non-disclosure agreement can create various problems for your production down the road, and […]Read more "Do Your Crews Need to Sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement?"
July 16, 2015 Infographics. Lots and lots of really, really interesting infographics!!! Some inspiration, maybe for your office or home editing suite… Click here and here for lots of fun and goodness. Filmmaking InfographicsRead more "Fun Filmmaking Infographics!"
May 27, 2015 by Nils Granholm, Cavus Media So… how much is it to make a video? This question is asked of me so many times a week. I think people are expecting me to say $50 bucks….just not so. Top question we get: “How much is it to make a video?” I thought I […]Read more "Top question: “How much is it to make a video?”"
May 7, 2015 by Paul Cooper Paul Cooper of Bailey Cooper Photography in York explains his top ten tips for creating a great corporate video. A detailed transcript of the video can be found here.Read more "Top Ten Tips for a GREAT Corporate Video"