In a nutshell Screenwriting requires adherence to rules and procedures despite being a creative medium. Screenplays for film and television share the same formatting but follow different story structures. The majority of screenplays follow a three-act structure that consists of the Setup, the Confrontation and the Resolution. Let’s get one thing straight —...
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Lens compression is easily misunderstood, but its visual impact can't be denied. Let's talk about what lens compression is and how to use it.
Vectorscopes are necessary tools that every video colorist needs to use when color balancing, shot matching and color grading.
To make subjects feel powerful, filmmakers often use the low-angle shot to make those subjects appear larger-than-life.
The cinematic style of Wes Anderson has made a massive impact on cinema and there's a lot videographers can learn from his genius.
Comic relief is a powerful storytelling plot device. Let's discuss the definition of comic relief and why it's so important in cinema.
Master shots have been around since the inception of cinema. So, what is it, and why do filmmakers shoot them?