Tutorials

The first step in lighting a daytime interior scene is almost always to blast a light through the window. Sometimes soft light is the right choice for this, but unless you’re on a big production, you simply may not have the huge units and generators necessary to bounce light and still have a reasonable amount of it coming through the…
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Synching audio in post can be difficult if not done correctly. The NanoLockit is a micro solution to the issues, and in this weeks video Bas Goossens shows us how to us it.
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Natural light with its infinite variations can be one of the hardest things to work with consistently in cinematography. So why not improve your chances of a beautiful shot with these fantastic, and practical tips from Neil Oseman.
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In the concluding part of Neil Oseman's series on methods for judging exposure, he takes a look at using camera itself as an exposure tool.
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In our latest mini tutorial video, Simon Chmiewliski from Onbrand Films shows us how to deal with RAW timelapse footage.
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Exposing the image correctly is one of the most important parts of a cinematographer’s job. Choosing the T-stop can be a complex technical and creative decision, but fortunately there are many ways we can measure light to inform that decision.
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We're kicking off a new series of mini video tutorials with this one on how to set up the compact Syrp Genie and Genie Mini motion controllers with your camera.
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Sometimes we might have to shoot using a less than ideal camera, or circumstances dictate that the one we use has a low bitrate recording system. Craig Marshall tackles the best workflows for such cameras and how to ensure the highest quality throughout the post production chain.
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In this new four part series of tutorials, Neil Oseman teaches us the nuances of exposing our images in all its different forms.
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This exclusive tutorial will guide you through the basics of Flame VFX software. Flame is incredibly powerful and there’s very little that you can’t do with it even at the highest level. So, inevitably, it can seem complicated at first.
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Even powerful software like Flame doesn’t exist in a vacuum, which means that it’s important to understand how to import and export material as part of a larger workflow.
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