Today we’re taking a look at Filmsupply’s wonderful stock footage library, and how they’ve revolutionized this important tool for filmmaking. By David Weldon I remember when I was in college working on my first creative project with a team and we were to build a story from beginning to end. Concept, creation, execution, all designed […]
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Into the Badlands was the testing ground for many pieces of new gear. Pushing equipment to its breaking point is what we do on features. One of the tools that we took with us was BlueShape batteries.
We introduced Sherri Kauk to you with the first three videos of her presentation on “The Shooter’s Playbook.” We are continuing with the next three parts of her presentation. Sherri is an accomplished Director of Photography, Camera Operator and Gaffer. We are incredibly thrilled to showcase Sherri’s work as a talented female Director of Photography […]
MUSE takes you through the steps of story and character generation one element at a time utilizing many different methods, including video, printable worksheets, research exercises and personal consulting. The case studies in this pilot program apply directly to corporate, documentary and wedding filmmakers most directly but narrative storytellers
We are continuing to release Michael Cioni’s presentation with the next two “golden nuggets.” Michael covers “#3 Future Proofing” and “#4 Price Per Frame.”
“Is filmmaking fair?” The answer is yes. Is it equal? Not for one minute.
Welcome to our gallery of Illumination Experience photos.
I spoke at “Adobe Tips and Flicks” in 2012 about “out of the box” filmmaking with the Canon 5D MkII on Act of Valor.
A useful knot to know for filmmaking is the clove hitch knot. The clove hitch can grip anything, from round objects, to square objects, to rectangles, it can wrap around pretty much any shape.