Crowd Duplication is the VFX technique used to digitally fill stadium seats, streets, and theaters with people when the footage only begins with a handful of extras. Here’s how it works.
KitSplit is a community marketplace that’s reinventing gear rental by allowing videographers, filmmakers, and photographers to share cameras and equipment, Airbnb-style.
Finding the right music can take a lot of time. Sometimes you know what you want from the beginning, but many times the music creation and/or searching comes after production has ended.
NYC-based multimedia artist Nate Mars’ newest record is a collection of ambient, drone, and experimental electronica that calls to mind ’80s soundtrack pioneers like John Carpenter or Vangelis.
While you always have to schedule your shoots as efficiently as possible, these shooting-schedule hacks can keep your production’s spirits high without going into overtime.
Adobe’s new native Motion Graphics Templates allow Premiere Pro users to update the text from graphics created in After Effects, as well as scale, position, color, and more.
Raz Mesinai got his start in scoring when Hans Zimmer incorporated elements of his music into “Black Hawk Down,” continuing to work on scores that film composers couldn’t conceptualize or produce themselves.
Directed by Alex Courtès, the music video for French duo Cassius’ “Go Up” is a masterpiece of video editing that’s funny, contemplative, challenging, and extremely memorable.
Regardless of whether it’s a small documentary or a large production with several dozen crew members, a shot list is key to keeping your production machine well-oiled.