Here are 5 simple, fun, and inexpensive ways to create special effects in-camera using common household items. This is a great exercise for expanding your DIY mindset and for practicing on-the-fly problem solving.
The Crane 2 and Ronin-S are both high-quality single-handed gimbals but their slight differences lend themselves to different needs out in the field. Find out which one is right for you before renting for your next gig or personal creative project.
Get started with simultaneous recording and casting live events with the SlingStudio hub. It’s surprisingly easy to set up. Here’s what you need to know.
Video file formats are not one size fits all. Use our guide to breakdown what exactly a codec and container are and 10 common formats you’ll see.
To 4K or not to 4K? This is the question every filmmaker faces these days. Learn about what 4K is and what it means for your production and discover why I ultimately choose not to shoot in it.
Trying to catch the action on the field? We’ve rounded up eight of our top picks so you never miss a high intensity moment.
A Canon C100 owner’s take on the pros and cons of upgrading to the Canon C200 – who is this camera really for and what are its biggest strengths? Learn more in this hands-on overview where I discuss codecs, grading, outputs, modularity, and more.
What to bring on a low-budget, small-footprint documentary shoot without sacrificing lighting, audio, or stabilization – plus other great tips for first-time videographers.
The best mirrorless cameras have catapulted into in the market and are now ranking closer and closer with top DSLRs. Here, we’ll take a look at which qualities of these mirrorless cameras are best for videographers.
Gain some historical context for frame rates, learn how to quickly combat rolling shutter effects, and prime yourself on the basics of resolutions. As a photographer who has transitioned to including video work for clients, I understand how daunting all this can seem. Let this introduction be your guide for confidently exploring your settings for more natural looking footage – even for a beginner!