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The best ways to make a production look pro is to use the right type of lights at the right time — though this is easier said than done.
Understanding film lighting tools and techniques is essential to making great film and video.
The video industry offers a plethora of intersecting career pathways. Let's explore some of the ways that you can make money with video.
Casting actors and talent is an important part of the pre-production process, and it's something that shouldn't be taken lightly. There are a few...
There’s a lot of lighting terminology out there and it can be a lot to memorize. We’ve compiled a list of all the lighting...
If you're doing video production because it's a wonderful hobby and you're okay with spending your own money to make your video creations, you...
Our cameras run on light. They need it to produce a clear image that’s both meaningful and pleasing to the eye. Without enough light, you’ll be left with noisy, distracting footage.
The style and application of cameo lighting have evolved throughout the years of cinema history. Here's how to employ this effective lighting technique.
How to Plan a Production (Free for Non-Members) Planning is vital to the success of any production. Without a plan, your video likely won’t succeed...
In the past, I have tried to list examples, off the top of my head, of scenes in recent movies that use three-point lighting. I usually draw a blank. My mind instead floods with scenes that don’t use the conventional three-point lighting setup.
As digital video resolutions increase, our need for storage increases as well. If you’re ready to step up to a new storage solution, you’re in the right place.