We cover topics like cables, connectors, various types of mics, and pickup patterns. Plus, we’ll share tips on audio technology, mic uses, field mixers and capturing audio.
Learning how to shoot with more confidence and style can help take your projects to the next level. Camera Movement & Composition explores different ways to improve your skills using a variety of methods. This webinar covers topics such as storyboards, white balance, lenses, stabilizing tools and more. These...
Anyone who's ever spent any time in editing software knows that organization is key but there's more to post-production workflow than a well-organized file structure. We'll show you what the steps are and how to choose the right post-production workflow to streamline your process in our Post-production Workflow Webinar.
The Creating titles & Graphics webinar will explore real-world techniques to improve your skills through a variety of methods. This webinar will cover topics such as lower third, backgrounds, after effects, keyframes ane more.
As a content creator, just producing new content can be a full time job. As your channel gains popularity, you might want to think about how to diversify how you get paid as well as different ways to promote your channel. There are ways, outside of just monetizing your...
Many people use that time and space at the end of a YouTube video to thank their viewers for watching and to let them know how to keep in touch with them in between videos and what videos they should watch next. This is called an end card or...
Before DSLRs took over video production, shallow depth of field was extremely difficult to achieve with traditional camcorders. Today, many shooters overcompensate and go overboard with shallow depth of field.
Film theory is a scholarly pursuit, which attempts to explain the essence of what film is. In short, it both reflects and provides commentary on the society it came from. Thus, in the academic world, Film Theory is a branch of Film Studies. As such, it is related to...
It turns out there is a formula that describes the structure of many dramas: Freytag’s Pyramid. Here we explore how to write compelling stories using time-tested dramatic structure techniques. Stories for the big or small screen all use it. This classic structure promises big payoffs in the success of...
Narrative space is the constructed environment in which a story takes place. Unlike real space, narrative space is necessarily and inherently fragmented. Pieces of both real and wholly fabricated environments are blended together in order to present the appearance of cohesive space, even when no such space exists in...
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