Is that person behind the camera a Director of Photography, Cinematographer or Camera Operator? Are they all the same thing? Does the size of the production or cost of the camera make a difference? We decided to go to the source and ask two working DP’s to...
Audio quality can make or break any film or video project. In the world of video production, shotgun microphones are widely considered the go-to standard.
Virtual meetings have their own set of things you need to consider. It’s imperative to look as good as you do on camera as you do off camera.
A cucoloris is a device for casting shadows or silhouettes to produce patterned illumination. You may sometimes hear it referred to as a cookie or even a kook or a coo-koo.Why do we use them?The cucoloris was created to...
Cream, a television production company that’s gotten into VR the past few years, is pushing the needle on what we’ve come to expect from VR.While working on projects like A Curious Mind with...
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If you want to create flattering and creative product videos for you clients, then you need to know these five tips before you start shooting.
When you think of networking, the image that often comes to mind is a large room of people walking around passing out business cards. Although it is important to get out and meet other professionals in your area when possible, there are so many other opportunities today...
Directors want to get their projects done in a timely manner, but reminded actors of the deadline they're on could really ruin their performances.
Multicamera setups can take a lot of work. To help out, we've come up with 6 essential things you need to check before every multicamera shoot.
Renting a camera can be a great way to save on money and storage. We have a few tips that will help you have the best renting experience.