How To Shoot For The Edit

Reading Time: 4 minutes It doesn’t matter whether you are a corporate, narrative or documentary filmmaker, knowing how to shoot for the edit is a vital skill in streamlining your work process and saving your hair from falling out. Storytelling is most prominent in editing; the ability to pull a narrative together or draw out emotion comes mainly through

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DIY Film Lighting Tips

Reading Time: 4 minutes One of the key factors separating poor quality video content and professional-looking film is the difference made by lighting. A well composed frame can be totally transformed by a well placed catch light in your subject’s eyes, or by placing a practical light source in the background to fill out shadows and add depth to

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5 Tips for Spotting Vintage Lens Bargains!

Reading Time: 3 minutes Buying your first swappable-lens-system camera is an expensive enough decision without factoring in the cost of a good set of glass. Then come the next head scratchers; primes or zooms? Stills lenses or film lenses? And do you really have to buy them from the same manufacturer as your camera? One method of building up

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