A film is like a living photograph, a moving image. And if you don’t believe us, just ask any director of photography out there. All the shots are carefully curated moving images. From the camera movement to the camera angles, the creative vision persists and is alive. So if you too have fallen in love...Read More
Let us guess. You’re here because camera angles turn you on. They pull on your heartstrings. And you want in on this lucrative position in the film industry. We get it. We’re all for you and your dreams of becoming a professional cinematographer. But first, let us give you the tools you’ll need to be...Read More
Films have the power to make you feel something. But how much does the lighting have to do with that? Turns out, quite a bit. Lighting can highly affect the mood of a film, just like it can affect photography. It can help the audience understand what they are supposed to be feeling. And it...Read More
Event planning is a big responsibility, and selecting the right venue is something you want to get right. Finding an event venue is sure to be one of the first things on your to-do list, and you should take the task seriously. When you’re in charge of choosing an event space, there are several things...Read More
First, what is a sound stage? Before we go into how filming works on a sound stage, let’s make sure there’s a shared understanding of what this means. When people drive through the streets of the city of Los Angeles – or other popular places for movie-making – they may pass by without a second...Read More
Lights, Camera, Lingo! The motion picture industry – and the video and film production business more generally – uses lingo that people often learn little by little when working for film production companies, or playing a part in a production. Whether you’re the talent in front of the camera or part of the crew behind...Read More
The making of a movie requires time and effort from many skilled and creative people. The director of photography (DoP or DP) is one of those individuals, fulfilling a critical role in the viewer’s experience of the film. The DP, also referred to as the cinematographer, is the person who oversees the camera and lighting...Read More
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