L cut in Dunkirk
The L cut is one of the simplest — as well as one of the most powerful and gripping — cuts a video editor can make.
An American shot in "A Fistful of Dollars" (1964)
If you have watched a classic Western, you've likely already seen the American shot in action. Here's all you need to know about the shot.
What is film grain featured image
To understand what film grain is and how to avoid it, you first must understand the process of how it's created.
Scene from a folk horror film
Folk horror is one of the oldest and most popular horror subgenres, but defining it and capturing its aesthetic can be difficult.
Gore horror explained
When we think of horror films, we often think of gore, but that wasn't always the case. Let's take a look into the gore horror genre.
What is the rolling shutter effect feature image
Have you ever shot a fast-moving subject with your camera and the footage looked a bit warped? That's the rolling shutter effect at work.
Music video production on set
Music videos are fun to watch, but take a lot of work to make. Let's discuss the ins and outs of music video production.
Analog horror
Analog horror is an newer subgenre of horror taking the online world by storm. Here are some things to know before diving into it.
Jump cut scene in "Shaun of the Dead" (2004)
Filmmakers throughout history have used the jump cut in jarring but effective ways. It's a technique every filmmaker should know about.
ADR recording
ADR is a common process is filmmaking. So, what in ADR, and is it a "magic bullet" for post-production video editors?


Canon EOS R6 Mirrorless Camera

Awarded to one lucky winner

Competition is open worldwide


with a 24-105 mm f/4L lens

Free eBook: 8 Tips for Making a Stellar First Video


Download our free eBook to get on the right track and create a video to be proud of.