Color matching is an important process for filmmakers.
Shots that accentuate the illusion of depth are referred to as deep frames, while shots that flatten the space along the z-axis are called flat frames.
You have many choices as to how to shoot an inverview, determined in part by the story, the style of the movie, availablity of equipment, size of the crew and the amout of physical space in which to shoot.
Live video has emerged as a powerhouse communications tool.
Filmmaking, Photography and Music – in the arts there is often overlap, and there are a lot of musicians who are passionate about filmmaking who have this burning question in mind – how to shoot a music video?
Live or live-to-tape programs rely on the same core production techniques.
With the advent of YouTube and inexpensive HD camcorders, pretty much anyone who wants to be a movie director can be one.
Before you push the record button, you need to ask yourself, "How can I maximize the impact of this shot?"
A creative variable crucial to the director’s visual vocabulary and storytelling toolbox is shot size, which refers to the size of the subject in your frame.
Canted shots are composed with a camera tilted laterally, so that the horizon is not level and vertical lines run diagonally across the frame.
Ah - baseball games are reaching their apex and football games are getting off the ground - if you're a sports fan, you gotta love the Fall season!
Black and white imagery gives a feeling of elegance to a photo or video, but there’s more to creating the art than simply turning off the color saturation in your editing program.
How do you move characters around in a world that lives only in your imagination? By following this easy step-by-step guide to going green.