Since the earliest days of filmmaking the process has always involved a lot of DIY. We don’t just mean low budget films and broke college kids trying to make their first short, but also big budget feature-length films.
Long ago, a seasoned film editor shared with me his MO for finding the story in a documentary. When all the shooting is done, where do you begin to shape a coherent story from hours of unedited footage?
Your camera is a tool you need to feel comfortable with. How well you can do your job depends, in part, on how easy it is to get to the adjustments you need on your camera. Whether you’re buying a new camera or getting comfortable with your old one, we’ll look at some important usability features here.
If you are a Sony mirrorless camera owner, you know that continuous high-quality video recording is not its strongest side because of the temperature limit issue. We've prepared a round-up of ideas on how to prevent your gear from overheating without breaking the bank.
You’ve written your soon-to-be masterpiece screenplay, and now it’s time to bring it into the world. As with any business, you’ll need to establish a presence on the Internet – in your case, to impress investors and distributors. So, now is the time to get that vitally important dot.com address. But wait, MyMovie’sName.com is already taken, and so is .net. What’s next? MyMoviesNameTheMovie.com? Yuck!