Recording audio with a dope microphone is just the first step to getting quality sound. There's a few things to consider to take your audio to another level. There are some tips and techniques in post that can mix your audio and helps add quality to your video. In this video Pond 5 goes over... Continue Reading →
YC imaging shows you what DIY filmmaking is truly all about. His latest music video is accompanied by a great BTS episode, showing you how to create your own set, work on a shoe string budget, and even pull off a car crash. True to the art, this BTS video digs deeper than your normal... Continue Reading →
Indy Mogul and DSLR Video Shooter bring you 9 filmmaking essentials.
Vertical Video influencer Benjamin Brandon issued a #verrt challenge for all #creative filmmakers and content creators. And we decided to join in on the challenge. This was meant to be an exercise to think outside the box and create a 60-90 second vertical video and also a BTS video to go along showing how you... Continue Reading →
Staying organized is a great way to ensure that your spending more time editing and less time searching for files. Having your folders labeled (Footage, music, assets, etc...) gives you a much more pleasurable editing experience and if working in collaboration with other creators makes sure nothing gets lost. Taking advantage of the features built... Continue Reading →
Audio is one major component you cannot ignore if your a content creator. This can be difficult and overwhelming at first. You have to figure out what microphone to get (or can afford), you have know the right settings on your camera, what plugins to use in post. Sometimes you just want to create and... Continue Reading →
One thing about online video that is hard not to notice are transitions. I would hope if your reading this, that you DO know what a transition is. But for those that don’t here is the technical definition: “In video editing a transition is what the author shows between two shots or clips. The joining... Continue Reading →
Often times we stifle our own creativity. We feel we don't have access to any "cinematic" locations, or we feel our gear is not up to par. That's all horseshit. it really is. Our jobs as filmmakers is to MAKE anything look cinematic. regardless of gear. As creators we know, or should know our own... Continue Reading →
Tips for creating a great one take shot in your films.
If your promoting your content on YouTube chances are you want it to be seen. But how do you make noise in a crowded room? Lucky for us, success leaves clues! There's plenty of channels dedicated to YouTube growth and strategy so you shouldn't have a problem finding creators you enjoy learning from. Once you... Continue Reading →