There are many working parts when it comes to cinematography. We'll give you the most important cinematography terms you need to know.
Writers spend most of their time worrying about the words that the characters on the screen will say. Sound engineers worry about how to make sure the words can be heard and how to mix them with music and background noises. Lighting designers spend their days figuring out how...
Translating live magic tricks onto video can be difficult. In this article, we will give you a few tips for capturing magic on video.
Often described as magical, golden hour is the most desired time to shoot for many videographers. However, it's also one of the most difficult times as well.
The Hitchcock Zoom is a powerful video camera technique that allows you to visually show a character's inner emotions. Here how you can use it in your work.
Using teleprompters when you’re filming can help those in front of the camera recite the production’s script. It’s a tool that’s useful in video production.
If you want to create flattering and creative product videos for you clients, then you need to know these five tips before you start shooting.
A “dutch angle” is a slanted horizon in a photo, video, painting or even comic book frame. These can be subtle or extreme. Possibly the most famous example, done to the point of absurdity, is the 1966 television version of the show "Batman." In the series, every bad guy...
A video camera’s ability to reproduce a smooth gradation between colors and shades is an important factor when seeking to capture filmic images. The range of possible colors a video camera is able to capture is determined by the bit depth of the file format used for the recording. What...
One of the most overlooked areas of video production is gathering B-roll footage that tells a compelling story. Here's what B-roll is and it's so important.