Whether you’re trying to tell a story, share a vision, raise brand awareness, teach people something, or sell a product (or a combination of the above), video can be the most effective medium for getting your message across. But considering how much content is being created these days, there’s a lot more that goes into getting your video seen than just putting it online.
When we talk about the look of ‘Stranger Things,’ we often focus on its treasure trove of 1980s pop-culture influences, but the show is visually rich beyond its references.
Because the “Far From Home” creative team approached their film as a road-trip movie, reality – as opposed to CGI – was always a starting point for how they built their scenes.
Our detailed overview of Resolve’s Color Page makes it easy for you to start using the powerful software for color correcting and grading your footage.
Matt Aeberhard, who shot the jungle sequences in Netflix’s nature series, reveals the art, logistics, and tricks of the trade that guide his work.
With only six seconds to make your point, you need to make sure that every edit, title, and sound serves a purpose and makes your video as impactful as possible.
With the third season of the acclaimed series arriving on our screens, we spoke with the cinematographer who joined last season about the rules that dictate the look of its world.
For the past few years, every update Blackmagic Design has delivered for its DaVinci Resolve software has been massive, and version 16 is yet another game changer.
The idea of creating a skippable ad may seem counterintuitive at first. The goal, of course, is to make your ad interesting enough that it will force the viewer not to skip.
When you’re creating videos for marketing and social media, visual storytelling techniques are more important than ever. Use these filmmaking tips to make your videos stand out.