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A glance back at the last 30 years of consumer electronics history shows that video camera technology has been a fast-moving category marked by innovation that has resulted in increasingly better image quality packaged in increasingly smaller and less costly cameras.
By learning about color theory, you can increase your creative tool set. From shooting a commercial to a wedding to a feature film, you can use color theory to set the tone and mood for the viewer using color manipulation in pre-production, shooting and post.
Money is a big part of movie making, but not everything. Big budget movies fail all the time, and small budget ones succeed from time to time. Here we look at tips for cutting a budget without damaging the integrity of your work.
For many video producers making media is a solitary activity. Whether out of necessity or preference, they do most of their work alone. There are times, however, when the scope of a project requires more hands than one person can provide.
Short films are not just mini-features. They can be a great way to cut your videomaking teeth and generally have an easier time getting accepted into film fests, so they are often seen as a stepping stone toward a larger production. However, it’s important to understand that shorts have their own language and personality.
Experienced video producers understand the monumental effort involved in any video production, large or small — but does your client? Here’s how to educate them on the video production process so that everyone comes away satisfied.
Altermedia’s Studio Suite has been a standard in studio management software for the better part of two decades, and the experience shows in their latest release, Studio Suite Xi. Designed to be the go-to platform to simplify workflows in pretty much any production environment, how does the current generation compete in an increasingly competitive space?