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.
The images you record are the building blocks and foundation of your video productions.
Most of us don't think twice about the shutter speed that our video camera is using. True: it can be set to manual, but since the camera can automatically take care of it, why should we bother?
If you're searching for ways to vary the look and feel of your video images, one of the easiest compositional elements to manipulate is depth of field.
Learn how to use an incident and spot meter to determine the proper brightness value of your subject.
Zooming is not a natural human experience. While some superheroes can zoom with their eyes, we're not so lucky. In the human world, if you want to take a closer look at an object you do just that: get closer.
Hollywood creates realistic stunts and effects using green screen tricks.
What you should know about buying and shooting with Chroma Key Backdrops.
What is Chroma Keying?
Chroma keying is the process or technique of replacing a solid background (the key) with another background or animation.
I’m doing some research into lenses for my Canon 40D DSLR and have come across lenses being referred to as Prime lenses.