by The Stage 32 Blog Film Riot keeps cranking out great content. Their video 5 Must Know Tips When Working on Set gives grips sound advice. Being a grip isn’t just about being technical, it’s about being smart and timely, too. If you want even more great free content, be sure to visit and subscribe to the […]Read more "Must Know Tips When Working on Set"
BY LEWIS MCGREGOR, Premiumbeat Stress is the ultimate enemy for a solo filmmaker. Whether it’s a wedding, a music video, or even a passion project you’re making by yourself, nothing can cripple your workflow more than an onslaught of stress. Of course, this is not to say that if you were working with a large team […]Read more "Avoiding Stress and Saving Time as a Solo Filmmaker"
by Melody Nieves, Envato If you’ve ever sat and wondered how to make your design workflow much easier, then let me be the first to introduce you to the wonder of Photoshop actions. Designed to give creatives access to phenomenally intricate effects, these step-by-step functions play out high-quality results with the click of a button. So […]Read more "Photoshop Action Tips"
by Enis from Reverse Cuts One of the most exciting parts about video editing is that there’s so much to learn. New tools and techniques are being launched, created, and experimented with on a daily basis. Learning the basics is fairly easy and straightforward; getting past the basics takes a little more dedication and practice. […]Read more "5 Essential Timeline Tips for Faster Editing In Premiere Pro"
by BlueFX In this tutorial, we’re going to continue our series of cool Adobe After Effects tips and tricks you might have overlooked and we’ll take a look at 7 productivity tips that will improve your workflow and enable you to complete and deliver projects faster So let’s dive right into it and take a […]Read more "7 Cool Tricks In After Effects"
by Musicbed.com It’s easy to compare reels to resumés. It’s a make-or-break career moment, an opportunity to get your foot in the door by showing your skills to employers. But, there is one key difference between the two: a reel gives you nothing to hide behind. No pretty cover letter. No “proficient in Microsoft Word.” […]Read more "5 Tips for Making a Killer Reel"