7 Tips for Better Shooting

by Caleb Pike, PremiumBeat.com Having worked as a director, cinematographer and editor I learned very quickly how important it is to shoot your film not only for the narrative that you are building in the present, but for the narrative that you, or your editor will build in post. Lucky for us, our friend Caleb Pike with DSLR Video […]

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Every Filmmaking Form You’ll Ever Need, Free!

by Adrijana Lazarevic, nofilmschool Ease your workload (& your mind) with these free templates for everything from storyboarding to contracts to accounting. [Editor’s Note: No Film School asked Adrijana Lazarevic to collect these 99 templates because of her expertise working with filmmakers at Filestage.io.]   No one really feels like doing paperwork, but let’s be honest: no […]

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‘Focus Assist Gets Smarter with New Scene-Mapping Tools’ by Bryant Frazer

April 24, 2015 By Bryant Frazer, Studio Daily Redrock Micro’s Halo, Andra Motion Focus, and Preston Cinema Systems Light Ranger 2 Promise More Precise Control During a Shoot Focus-pulling may be about to get a lot more interesting as new systems come on the market that promise to automate some of the most precise, grace-under-pressure […]

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Stock Footage Buyer’s Guide

November 23, 2012 by Teresa Echazabal, VideoMaker When your client wants shots of preticular places, events, backgrounds etc. that you don’t have at your disposal what do you do? You look for stock footage to meet the clients needs and get the job done. Stock footage or stock media is film or video that is […]

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