Want a professional looking shot, but only have access to basic hardware store clamp lamps? If you have three of them, in addition to some tin foil, wax paper, a few binder clips (or clothespins), and wire hangers, you will be able to rig your way to a winning shot.
Drones are becoming easier to fly, more stable, more reliable, and even safer. But how do you keep them in the air and reliable? Here are some easy tips to keep your drones in the air and shooting video.
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Typesetting is an art that goes back for centuries and is most often associated with the printed page. Text isn’t the first subject to pop into your mind whenever video is mentioned, but one of the most common tasks you as a video editor will execute is the placement of type inside your videos.
Public Domain Sound effects are a great, free resource for any filmmaker or music producer. Unlike license restricted, royalty free or Creative Commons sound effects, public domain sound effects are just that, public. The following is a short guide to accessing and using public domain content.
It goes without saying that the internet has had a major impact on the filmmaking world. It has made many of the feats that go into filmmaking easier and, in some cases, possible for filmmakers. However before the introduction of the internet to the film industry the process of
creating a film from an idea was a longer and more difficult task.
Lens adapters are an inexpensive way to get lots of older inexpensive lenses to work on your modern video camera. Dollar for dollar, they can be one of the best investments in getting some WOW footage.