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Cinematography Techniques
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Shooting a cinematic movie
You can have everything right: a good script, great actors and crew. But if your movie doesn’t look like a cinematic movie, your audience will tune out.
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When you’re working on a tight budget, you have to take the help that you can get. Sometimes, that means relying on an inexperienced cast and crew to complete your project.

Stuff You Need to Know

Even though every project varies based on the budget, shooting schedule and resources, the rule of thumb always remains the same for every director: have everything in order before the cameras start rolling.

How to Prepare for Your First Directing Gig

Directing your first project is like getting behind the wheel of a car for the first time. You read through the manual, attended the...
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