A low-cost drone that autonomously surveys areas of concern to conservationists can revolutionize the way we monitor and protect our environment. Here’s how one team is working toward that reality.
From House Music to Fashion House: Tony Quattro on Composing for Video
Producer, composer, and DJ Tony Quattro’s latest project is a collaboration with Portlandia star Carrie Brownstein, composing the score for a star-filled short film she created for fashion house Kenzo.
Light Leaks, Explosions, and More: Creative Uses for Stock Media
With a little creativity and some basic editing and motion graphics work, you can use stock media to add textures and layers that enhance your project both visually and aurally.
Scouting in China: A Guide to Documentary Planning
When it comes to documentaries, sometimes you don’t know what story you’re going to tell before you start a project. The best way to tackle these situations is to prepare as thoroughly as you can.
Cracking the Codecs: How to Export Your Project in Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro allows you to easily export your video sequence in the format best suited for your needs. Here’s a step-by-step approach for exporting with the H.264 and ProRes codecs.
Dick Dale Band Member Art Munson on Making It in Production Music
Session guitarist, audio engineer, and songwriter Art Munson and his wife, Robin, have been holding court in the behind-the-scenes music game for more than 30 years.
3 Quality 4K Camera Systems That Won’t Break the Bank
If you can’t afford a top-end camera setup, but you don’t want to sacrifice quality, here are three production cameras that can be outfitted to be field-ready and recording 4K for about $10K.
Live Text Templates: Edit Text from After Effects in Premiere Pro
Live Text Templates allow you to edit text in an AE composition within Premiere Pro without affecting the design and animation. You can also easily duplicate them to use again and again in your projects.
UN Filmmaker Gabo Arora on the Evolution of VR Documentaries
Virtual reality filmmaker Gabo Arora makes immersive documentaries for the United Nations, working with VR pioneer Chris Milk to illustrate the immense potential of the medium and help guide its future.
Which Drone Is Right for You? A Day With Brooklyn Drones NYC
We paid a visit to Brooklyn Drones in NYC to explore some of the many options available for the modern videographer, including the Yuneec Typhoon H, the DJI Inspire Pro Black, and the DJI S 1000.