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The rule of odds is a very useful method for creating visually-pleasing frames and conveying story in film.
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If you're looking to land a job in video production or want to jump-start your video career, Staff Me Up could be your answer.
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There's a common misunderstanding regarding the topic of "screenplay vs. script." While these two terms may seem the same, they aren't.
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Knowing common color spaces and how to use them in your projects will grant you greater control over your images.
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If you've ever wondered what a logline is and how professionals use it, look no further than this in-depth guide about loglines.
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Screenplays are essential to movie-making. They are also necessary for those who want to get their ideas made into films.
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iPhones have gotten really good at making slow-motion videos. This guide will help you shoot your own slow-mo videos on your iPhone.
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There are many ways to slow down your video; we'll show you how to make your videos slow motion using video editing software.
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Spec scripts are different than standard scripts. They can be great tools to start your screenplay writer career and get your movies made.
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Photoshop has many tools to help you flex your creativity. One of those tools is the masking tool. Here's how to start masking in Photoshop.
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