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Evan Luzi has put together 20 pocket guides for digital cameras. These are little guides that you can stick in your pocket or view on your mobile device.
I’ve made simple overlays for some common film aspects. They are png image files that you place on top of your footage. Simple, right? Check ’em out.
Adding the “pendulum” effect in After Effects has never been easier!
Instead of just trimming the end down and fading it out, this is a tip that uses “markers” in your song to seamlessly cut sections out, or add section in.
If you have a clip that was shot on a tripod, you can easily add “handheld” shake with this simple After Effects preset.
“The Hunger Games” was a great movie, but there were a couple of cinematography blunders that I noticed, that should have been addressed.
Here is a great article by Shane and his team describing the many uses for pola filters. He includes examples and tests that really show the difference a pola filter adds.
Christopher Nolan’s “The Dark Knight Rises” is an absolute masterpiece, and thanks to Anton Volkov, you can download the entire screenplay.
“Vintage FX” is a preset pack for After Effects and Premiere Pro containing 33 professional presets. Each custom preset color corrects your footage, making it look vintage and retro.
The Stabil-I is an iPhone stabilizer that doubles as a case. Pretty sweet. This thing is revolutionary.
Luke made a free pack of overlays that you place over your footage to make it seem like you’re looking through a viewfinder.
I shot this wedding last weekend with Cody Nitcher for Stringer Productions. We used a few DSLR’s and a Sony FS-100. Great little camera.
Over the past 3 years, I’ve had the pleasure of working with an amazing media team at First Baptist Church in Lubbock, Tx. Below, are some of the videos that I have made, while being the Video Producer there.
Jan’s son was killed in action in Afghanistan, and this is her story of how the church helped her get through this tough time in her life.
Right now, there are 3 different contests going on that are giving away a 5D3.
Here’s a simple poster that I designed, with a unique view of the kelvin color temperatures.
Here’s a quick list of gadgets that I have found that every editor absolutely needs.
Say what? You want a free wallpaper? OK.
It doesn’t matter which camera shot the Hulk smashing bad guys or Black Widow smashing balls, what matters is the content that we watched on the big screen.
The new RØDE VideoMic Pro is the most popular on camera mic for DSLR users. Now’s your chance to get one for free.
A few months ago, I did a video series for Gibraltar. I did most of the videos on a green screen.
A couple weeks ago, I had the pleasure of, once again, shooting with Clayton Stringer from Stringer Productions.
A storm just passed over my house. I figured I would get some B-roll audio of the rain and thunder and such.
This month’s featured short, “BOY,” is brought to us by British Airways.