by Jeffrey Beach Jeffrey Beach of Beachfront B-Roll offers over 100 HD videos, mostly of nature, for free via his Vimeo channel or his website. He’s even a source of free cinemagraphs! AdvertisementsRead more "Over 100 Free HD (Mostly) Nature Stock Footage"
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 "Tips on How to Instantly Make Your Film Look More Cinematic"
by DSLR Video Shooter, Caleb Pike Caleb Pike shows you how to create beautiful re-timed slow motion shots using camera movement and some tricks in post via FCPX. In Premiere, this is called time remapping. Right click on the little colored fx logo in the corner of the clip in your timeline, select time remapping and […]Read more "How to Create Beautiful Slow Motion Camera Movement Shots"
By PremiumBeat It’s easy to slow down time using Optical Flow in Final Cut Pro X. Master the technique with FREE stock footage and music from Shutterstock and PremiumBeat. One of our favorite video editing tools is Optical Flow in Final Cut Pro X. This feature, similar to the popular Twixtor plugin, allows users to slow down clips in […]Read more "Slow Down the Action With Optical Flow in FCPX"
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"
October 6, 2014 by Robert Hardy, nofilmschool.com In spite of the earth-shattering scandal that is “Bend-gate,” early adopters of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have already shot some outstanding footage with the improved cameras on the new devices, most notably some first-person perspective hyperlapses as well as some stunning 240fps slow motion. […]Read more "240fps Slow Motion Footage and Timelapses from the iPhone 6"
January 13, 2014 by Serenity Caldwell @settern (Please review our previous post and the video that demonstrates How to shoot and share slo-mo video on your iPhone.) If you haven’t yet played around with Apple’s slo-mo feature on the iPhone 5s, now’s a perfect time to start. This week’s video tip has Macworld associate editor […]Read more "How to shoot and share slo-mo video on your iPhone (Continued)"