In recent times, you’ve probably heard the term “LUT” (short for Look Up Table) used ambiguously. There are often misunderstandings and assumptions about LUTs, how they work, and their usage. Here’s what you should know.
There are a lot of movies that I like, and over the years, there have been a lot of movies that I’ve liked for a while and then outgrown. But one that still holds up after all these years is Steven Spielberg’s 1976 masterpiece, “JAWS” — the story of a giant killer shark ravaging a small New England town and how three very different men band together to stop it
Video is a collaborative art form. It takes the various skills of many people to pull together large productions, but online collaboration tools and services make it easy for production teams to work together and with their clients.
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A common feeling that is shared by most career creatives is that no project is ever complete. Even when it is turned in, delivered to a client or shown to an audience, there’s always the sense that something more could be done — an impulse that says, “This project could be better.” It’s that impulse that drives the creative to work harder, to try new things and to constantly improve.
Making a scripted video is a highly collaborative endeavor. It’s also one that can be quite nerve-wracking, and mistakes will be made – even if you’ve made multiple videos already. The best way to ensure a smoothly flowing video is to hire a script supervisor. What does a script supervisor do and why are they such an important member of a crew? Here you will find the answer to those questions and more.
Security breeds stagnation,” said artist and occasional filmmaker Andy Warhol. Although if you’ve seen any of Warhol’s movies, like “Sleep” or his 1964 epic “Empire” (which is 8 hours and 5 minutes of a static shot of the Empire State Building), you may be wondering why anything he says should be taken seriously.