From the standpoint of technologies that have a direct influence on film and video production, the general trend at this year's CES was more about refining technologies than it was about the next big thing. This is good. It gives manufacturers the opportunity to enhance the features and functionality of their products. It also allows us a chance to see which technologies are likely to be around for a while.
CES is always an exciting time for technophiles — it’s one of the best times of year to discover new and emerging technologies that will help with everything from your chores at home to your workout routine, to your creative projects. Video production is no exception.
Log shooting is a great way to get greater dynamic range out of your camera, but the flattened image can look strange and be difficult to work with. Here are five tips for getting better results when shooting in a log profile.
So your comedy script has you rolling on the floor laughing, and you’re sure it’ll have your audience doing the same. Well, you’re not done yet. Even the funniest script can become an unwatchable film if it’s poorly made. How can you ensure they’re laughing with you and not at you?
The dreaded cold call. Seen by some as soliciting, it’s sometimes hard to humble ourselves to the point of actually picking up the phone and reaching out. Here are some ways to look at cold calling differently.
We’re beginning to ask machines to do more and more for us everyday, and machines are already beginning to become skilled at tasks we assumed would always require human guidance. But what does that mean for the professional creator?