If you want to incorporate the look of old footage in your shots, you could find a vintage camera and the corresponding film or tape. Or you could digitally mimic the look of any time period you want.
Working on Both Sides of the Camera With Travel Channel’s Ryan Van Duzer
Travel Channel host and filmmaker Ryan Van Duzer has had lots of experience being on camera, as well as sitting in an editing room. Here are some of his biggest lessons for occupying both roles.
Getting Started with Character Animation in After Effects
Character animation has come a long way from what it once was, yet many principles established in the 1930s and 40s still very much apply to the work being done today.
Video Quick Tips: 5 Keys to Creating a Shooting Schedule
When you’re planning a shoot, there are a lot of things to keep in mind. Here are five tips for creating a schedule that optimizes everything from your expenses to the energy of your cast and crew.
How to Mix Audio with the Adobe Premiere Pro Essential Sound Panel
There are four audio types in Adobe’s Essential Sound Panel: Dialogue, Music, Sound FX, and Ambience. Here’s an overview of the various parameters in each type, plus tips on using them effectively.
Video: Learn How to Create a Hyperlapse Clip With Any Camera
You can make your own hyperlapse video using just about any camera, as long as you have plenty of time, patience, and willingness to experiment and learn.
The Importance of Tapping into Your Local Creative Community
Whether you’re new to a city or have your roots firmly planted, it’s always a great idea to find a local group (or groups) and meet members who share similar creative interests.