The Friday Roundup – Interlacing, Split Screens and Gear Envy

Your Camera Doesn’t Matter I have a friend (surprising I know!), he is a Director of Photography or Cinematographer at the top of the film making food chain. He has worked for many years on major Hollywood movies and a whole range of high end projects. He also teaches these days at one of the

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The worst movie I’ve ever seen in a theater

AV Club has a fun feature on the worst movies that people have seen in theaters. Here’s Sam Barsanti’s choice: I’ve seen all of Michael Bay’sTransformersmovies in the theaters, and in college I sawKingdom Of The Crystal Skullon opening night, but I feel very confident in saying thatBatman V

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Five Easy Transition Techniques Done In Camera

Transitions can be very useful in your video to move between scenes instead of just having the end and inserting the new one. There are several different transitions to use, some are very creative and some involve some great skills behind the computer. There’s a few transitions that can be done

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The Friday Roundup – J-cuts, L-cuts, Tripods and Non-Linear Editing

NLE Definition One of the biggest barriers to anyone starting off in the world of video editing is the often confusing or indecipherable technicals terms that get bandied about all over the place. The industry itself has an atrocious record for failing to define its own terms or for defining

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Pop an Artery with Visual & Practical Effects

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