I honestly can't remember where I read this but it was somewhere online. Something about how if you are filming at 30fps your shutter should be 1/60th.
I recently watched a project by a friend of a friend (who is now currently working as a professional cinematographer) and it left me all the more convinced
"On films with very small crews, the electric (lighting) department often consists of only a gaffer, a best boy, and a few electricians." ---
I'm recording a voice narrator which should sound very omnipresent, so the sound of the voice must very full. I'm trying to record this
I am preparing for a documentary shoot, very verite and I will be shooting alone, so no sound recordist. As recording audio is going
I filmed an interview and really disappointed because the person's house I filmed in has windows all around her in the living room. I tried many different
Does anybody what kind of table top underground this is? And where to buy something like this?
Please listen to this clip from 6:40 to 7:00. On my laptop, the clip between those two points does something funny to my ears. What is this and why does
I'm curious to know how common reshoots are in professional films that are shown in theaters or documentary films? I get pretty discouraged when I have
We are trying to improve hiding our lav's in our video and were looking at adding the invisilav to our kit rather than constantly having to make pockets