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by Shawn C. Steiner · Posted 12/07/2023
Filters are common in landscape photography. They help photographers craft images that wouldn’t be possible otherwise. For example, filters can cut reflections that are impossible to remove, permit longer exposures or wider apertures, and even provide a boost to the contrast of an image. Aerial photographers using drones should understand what filters are available and which they can use to get the best possible photos and video. Drone Filters Are
Filmmaker Chrystopher Rhodes, also known as YCImaging, presents his top five tips on lighting music videos. He discusses his entire creative process, sharing everything from finding inspiration to nailing the visuals. 0:00 - Introduction 1:27 - About YCImaging 3:02 - The 5 Tips for Lighting Music Videos 3:44 - Motivated Lighting 13:02 - Contrasting Colors 23:05 - Light for Effects 28:42 - Rembrandt Lighting 36:38 - Background Lighting Are you a lighting pro? Share your tips in the Comments section, below. Sponsored by
¿Quieres mejorar tus vídeos? Embajador de Sony Latinoamérica Martin De Iuliis comparta sus 5 consejos para grabar vídeos más profesionales. 0:00 - En Este Vídeo 0:11 - Iluminación (3 Puntos de Luz) 1:24 - Balance de Blancos 2:21 - Buen Audio 2:49 - Narrativa (Contar Historias) 3:26 - Formato de Plataforma ¿Qué piensas de estos consejos? Cuéntanos en la sección de Commentarios a bajo.
Pre-production is a crucial step in filmmaking that ensures your creative vision is captured on set. In this video, Jabari Holder, Doug Guerra, and Gabriel Richards talk about how their pre-production process affected their short film shoot and post-production. 0:00 - Today's Film Shoot 2:17 - ARRI Alexa 35 4:50 - Lenses & Accessories 8:17 - Lighting 9:36 - Audio 10:35 - Video Shoot 14:49 - Video Editing 16:40 - Audio Editing 18:13 - Final Film 20:51 - Final Thoughts What does your pre-production process look like? Let us know in the
by Alexandra Ibarra · Posted 11/14/2023
Although capturing the perfect photo is an art, many photographers these days are curious about the world of video. If you're thinking about exploring videography and adding motion to your storytelling tool kit, this guide is for you. We'll help you shift from snapping still shots to creating engaging videos, using the skills you already have. Moving from photography to videography introduces a few key changes. First, unlike photography, which captures a single moment, videography is about the passage of time, showing change and progression.
Through trial and error, Ethan Barber has taught himself to capture cinematic video on an iPhone. In this video, Barber discusses his ideal camera settings and shares composition tips and more. Whether you're a photographer or beginner content creator, these tips will help you capture better mobile video. 0:00 - From Photography to Video 4:50 - What Are We Talking About? 5:44 - Why Video? Why Use a Mobile Device? 10:20 - Optimize Your iPhone 19:00 - Capturing Quality Video 24:24 - Audio 26:16 - Other Techniques & External Equipment 27:34
Learn how to hook your viewers on Instagram and TikTok with filmmaker and photographer Adrian Per, in this B&H video. He explains his techniques for short video creation, including how he structures his videos, how he chooses his gear, and much more. 0:00 - In This Presentation 1:17 - Storytelling Structure 15:07 - Pacing 26:27 - Gear 32:29 - Lens Choice 36:44 - Audio 38:39 - Color Grading 39:38 - Purpose Do you have any other short-form video tips to share? Let us know in the Comments section, below.
What are anamorphic lenses and how do they achieve their cinematic look? What does it mean to de-squeeze? What's so special about bokeh? Matt Matkin answers these questions and others! Are you a fan of anamorphic lenses? Share your thoughts in the Comments section, below.
by Steven Gladstone · Posted 10/12/2023
In addition to working on commercials, documentaries, and feature-length films, I’ve experienced the pleasure and misery of working with low-budget and first-time filmmakers. Most of these filmmakers tend to make the same mistakes and, sadly, I must admit that when I’ve made my own short films, I’ve gone down the rabbit hole and made some of the same mistakes against which I’ve cautioned others. So, in hopes of helping you prepare for your production, I’ve outlined a variety of problems that often plague the low-budget and first-time filmmaker
Which DJI drone is right for you? You might think the Inspire 3 is the obvious answer, but there’s more to consider when choosing a drone. See how the DJI Air 3, Mini 3 Pro, Mavic 3 Pro, and Inspire 3 compare in specs and footage. 0:00 - In This Video 0:44 - Size and Weight 1:28 - Stability and Wind Speed Resistance 2:01 -
Jabari Holder tests the video quality of almost every entry-level ZEISS digital cinema lens available, from the CP.3 and LWZ.3 series. He also compares them to the Zeiss Otus, Milvus, Loxia, and Batis lenses. 0:00 - Introduction 0:52 - The Zeiss Look 1:52 - Photo vs. Cine Lenses 7:19 - CP.3 8:51 - LWZ.3 10:21 - Otus 11:23 - Milvus 12:23 - Loxia 13:26 - Batis 14:05 - Final Thoughts Are you a ZEISS fan? Tell us why in the Comments section, below.
by Stepan Andranikian · Posted 08/14/2023
Cinematographers and videographers are, by nature, some of the greatest tinkerers of doodads and thingamabobs that you’ll ever stumble upon. Don’t believe me? Ask a seasoned DP to show you what their current cinema rig looks like and I guarantee you, nine times out of ten, it’s going to be a devious contraption with all sorts of gears, articulating arms, monitors, and rods. The other one out of ten is just traveling and doesn’t want to carry all that equipment. More often than not, a complete cinema rig is much more than just a camera and a
by Mary Latvis · Posted 08/08/2023
Video-production monitors can offer a dazzling array of features with price tags running the gamut (no pun intended) from several hundred dollars all the way up to the price of a new car. So, while your budget will understandably be a primary consideration, what else should you look for in a monitor when setting up your editing system? Read on for some general factors to consider when choosing a video-editing monitor. 1. Screen Size Look for a monitor large enough for comfortable, extended viewing during those day-long (or overnight!) editing