By Robbie Janney, Shutterstock Having a hard time understanding the exposure triangle? Keep getting over- or underexposed images? Use this reference guide for a perfectly exposed image. Whether you’re just new to videography or new to cameras all together, getting used to the exposure settings can be tricky. If you change one, it’s going to affect […]Read more "The Videographer’s Exposure Reference Guide"
by RED Digital Cinema Flickering in video and film is a common problem resulting from certain frame rate and shutter speed combinations under artificial lighting. This article gives an overview of why this happens, along with recommending settings for minimizing the chances of this happening in the first place. Use this free online tool to […]Read more "RED’s Online Flicker-Free Video Tool"
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 Noam Kroll, Premium Beat Slow motion footage looks beautiful when shot properly, but making any of these five common mistakes while shooting can completely ruin your final product. Practically every filmmaker has dabbled in slow motion cinematography to some extent, often on commercial or music video shoots that call for a highly stylized look. […]Read more "Common Mistakes to Avoid When Shooting Slow Motion"