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Film Making Basics: Everything you need to know in 8 minutes!

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8 Steps to Cinematic Composition | Tomorrow's Filmmakers

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Casey Neistat's Guide to Filmmaking

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5 Rules For Effective Low Budget Filmmaking

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Head to 🤍 to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain using code INDEPTHCINE In this video I’ll go over 5 tips which I think will enhance the strength of your filmmaking without breaking the bank, and give your low budget films a fighting chance at gaining recognition and launching your career. MERCH: Official IDC Merch: 🤍 SOCIALS: Instagram: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 IDC Website: 🤍 My Website: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 GEAR: YouTube Gear I Use: 🤍 Editing Software I Use: 🤍 Music I Use: 🤍 Stock Footage: 🤍 Cinematography Gear I Use: 🤍 MUSIC: 🤍 Soundroll - 'You Are My Sunlight' Oliver Michael - 'Me And You' Steven Beddall - 'Pearly Whites' Steven Beddall - 'Self Love' Fewdoors - 'Slowly' Out Of Flux - 'Blue Race' 0:00 Introduction 1:01 1. Play To Your Stengths 3:20 2. DIY Cinematic Principles 4:28 Sponsored Message 5:22 3. Create A Look (And Stick To It) 7:10 4. Small Scope Stories 8:09 5. Nail The Basics DISCLAIMER: Some links in this description are affiliate links. If you purchase a product or service with these links I may receive a small commission without an additional charge to you. Thank you for supporting my channel so I can continue to provide you with free videos!

Filmmaking 101 A Beginners Guide

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Just Starting Out - What Do You Do First?

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Ultimate Guide to Film Composition & Framing — Key Elements Explained [Shot List Ep. 11]

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In this episode of The Shot List, we break down of the elements of film composition and framing — how they work together to create depth, meaning, and aesthetics in cinematography. FREE EBOOK! Elements of Shot Composition ►► 🤍 Ultimate Guide: Composition in Film ►► 🤍 Ultimate Guide: Camera Angles ►► 🤍 What is Chiaroscuro Lighting? ►► 🤍 StudioBinder Blog ►► 🤍 ───────────────────── Chapters: 00:00 - Intro — Composition: Creative Ways to Build a Shot 00:52 - Composition Definition and History 01:29 - Aspect Ratio in Composition 01:59 - Points 03:28 - Lines 04:20 - Shapes 05:20 - Textures & Patterns 06:57 - Space 08:19 - Depth 09:48 - Balance 11:56 - Angles 12:56 - Color & Tone 15:02 - Combining Composition Elements 15:17 - Skyfall Exercise 17:01 - Takeaways ───────────────────── Film Composition Explained With their origins in fine art, the elements of composition in film provide a foundation for visual storytelling. In this video, the latest in our Shot List series, we’re going to explore cinematic composition and its seemingly endless possibilities. What is Composition? Composition is simply how you arrange the elements of your image. This includes your subject and the space surrounding them, the size and shapes, the color and contrast, the leading lines created to help guide the viewer’s eye, and so many more. By understanding the elements of composition in film, you can execute your visual storytelling on a whole new level. Elements of Composition There are many “rules” and guidelines when it comes to composition. But no matter which of these composition techniques you use, the goal is always to understand what you want the viewer to take away from a particular image. Creating focal points is a highly valuable skill so that you can guide the viewer’s attention where you want it. This can be done with “leading lines,” creating shapes, the rule of thirds, and even using color and contrast. There are also framing and composition techniques like “frame within a frame” that helps isolate your main subject. Another technique is the Golden Ratio which uses a pattern we find everywhere in nature to create a sense of balance. We can also look at how to use depth in the image, creating a sense of space using foreground, middle and background elements. And, of course, the angle of the camera creates its own bias and influence on how the audience perceives a composition. Learning all of these elements of composition in film at once is certainly a daunting task. But once you get the hang of it, you’ll be able to operate on a more intuitive level where film composition becomes second nature. #FilmTheory #VideoEssay #Filmmaking ───────────────────── ♬ SONGS USED: "Cyberpunk Sunrise" - Evgeny Bardyuzha "Origin" - David A. Molina "Cdhiddendir" - Out Of Flux "Last But Not Least (Instrumental)" - Chelsea McGough "Mercury" - Alon Ohana "Time Warp" - Notize "7th Heaven" - Larry And The Lamplighters "War Paint" - Rhythm Scott "Crush" - Makeup and Vanity Set "Hold On (Instrumental)" - Makeup and Vanity Set "Binary Love" - Stanley Gurvich "Piano Trio in E flat, op. 100 (Second movement)" - Franz Schubert "La Vie En Rose" - Louis Armstrong "Double Espresso" - Francesco D'Andrea "From a Distance (Theme From Hit TV)" - Makeup and Vanity Set "Kinotrope" - Luke Melville "Opening" - Johnny Klimek & Tom Tykwer "Choke" - Makeup and Vanity Set "Keep Moving" - Makeup and Vanity Set "State Lines Instrumental Version" - Aaron Kellim "Obituary" - Alexandre Desplat "Surgery" - Trevor Gureckis "A Glowing Light, a Promise" - Makeup and Vanity Set "Rock and Roll (Part 2)" - Gary Glitter "Yumeji's Theme" - Shigeru Umebayashi "Stuck Behind a Train (Instrumental)" - Makeup and Vanity Set "Showtime" - Samlight "New Digs" - Thomas Newman "That Night" - 2050 Music by Artlist ► 🤍 Music by Artgrid ► 🤍 Music by Soundstripe ► 🤍 Music by MusicBed ► 🤍 ───────────────────── SUBSCRIBE to StudioBinder’s YouTube channel! ►► 🤍 Looking for production management solution for your film? Try StudioBinder for FREE today: 🤍 — Join us on Social Media! — Instagram ►► 🤍 Facebook ►► 🤍 Twitter ►► 🤍

How are movies made? | The movie making process explained | How to make a movie

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Ever wondered how movies are made? You got a general idea I'm sure, but in this video we go over a generalized scheme of how movies are made from start to finish. Related videos you might enjoy: Why are Movie Tickets so Expensive? 🤍 Is IMAX Worth It? 🤍 Is Dolby Cinema Worth It? 🤍 A History of Home Media - Betamax to 4k: 🤍 The Rise, Fall, and Rise Again of Blockbuster - 🤍 Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Or support me on PayPal: 🤍 Subs: 8552 Tags: how are movies made, what is the movie making process, steven spielberg, michael bay, christopher nolan, jj abrams, behind the scenes of movies, hollywood and covid19, are movies still being made, hollywood productions, hollywood, covid-19, cornovirus, new hollywood movies 2020, amc theaters, movie theaters, movie theaters opening, behind the scenes, special effects explained, wonder woman behind the scenes, 007 behind the scenes, james bond, top gun behind the scenes, top gun imax, future of movie making, advances in movie making, hollywood led screens, lux machina, epic games, MPC, how to make a movie, new movies 2020, movies 2020, disney plus movies, scary movies 2020, horror movies 2020

Ultimate Beginner's Guide to Smartphone Filmmaking

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A simple guide to getting started smartphone filmmaking. ►►GET MORE AS A MEMBER: 🤍 📕Smartphone Video: Beginner to Advanced 📕Exploring the Film Look 📕Color Grading 📕Guide to Smartphone Gimbals 🎙️Filmmaking Podcast 💬 Exclusive Chat on Discord 🕵🏽 Behind the Scenes Secrets 🎥 Movie: My Smartphone Filmmaking Documentary (36 mins) 🎥 Movies: all 5 Episodes of Silent Eye EQUIPMENT I USE TO MAKE FILMS Cameras iPhone 12 Pro Max: 🤍 Samsung Note20 Ultra: 🤍 Samsung S9: 🤍 Editing MacBook Air (M1, 2020): 🤍 iPad Pro 11 inch: 🤍 External Drives Samsung T5 Portable SSD: 🤍 SanDisk Ultra Dual USB 64GB Type-C: 🤍 Lenses Moment Anamorphic (Blue & Gold): 🤍 Moondog Labs anamorphic: 🤍 Beastgrip Pro Series 3x Tele: 🤍 Ulanzi 65mm: 🤍 Ulanzi 2020 DoF Adapter: 🤍 Ulanzi DoF Adapter (Version 1): 🤍 Gimbal DJI Osmo Mobile 3: 🤍 DJI OM 4: 🤍 FIlters Neewer 37mm filter kit: 🤍 Step up ring: 🤍 Tiffen Black Pro-Mist Diffusion Filter: 🤍 Moment 67mm Filter Mount: 🤍 K&F 67mm Variable ND Filter: 🤍 Sandmarc ND / PL clip on filters: 🤍 Microphones Sennheiser 416: 🤍 SYNCO Lav-S6: 🤍 Comica CVM-WS60: 🤍 Rode VideoMic Me: 🤍 Boya BY-M1: 🤍 Audio Recorder Zoom H4n: 🤍 Sound Devices 633 recorder/mixer: 🤍 Boom pole Rode Boom Pole: 🤍 Lights 2 x VIJIM VL-1: 🤍 Grips and Rigs Beastgrip: 🤍 SMALLRIG: 🤍 Magic Arm: 🤍 Flexible Gooseneck and Spring Clamp: 🤍 Tripods Ulanzi Mini Tripod: 🤍 Joby GorillaPod: 🤍 Joby GripTight ONE Micro Stand: 🤍 T-SHIRTS & SWEATSHIRTS "Small Cameras Big Ideas": 🤍 SILENT EYE is our series shot on Samsung devices using FiLMiC Pro Watch Silent Eye on Amazon (UK, USA, Germany): 🤍 Watch Silent Eye + Behind the Scenes material: (World) 🤍 #shotoniphone #filmicpro #smartphonefilmmaking

Dev Anand on his film 'Guide' - legendary Indian cinema showman

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Dev Anand speaks about his film Guide. He says "Because she was a good dancer and she was shaping up as a very fine actress her only problem at that moment was the language in English but then Pearl Buck took it upon herself to teach all the lines and she used to rehearse in English. The English version of the Guide could no suit the Indian audience so I said let me finish the English version and the English Unit back and then hang on to the Hindi version later with a complete change script which my brother original did and I did so well." The English version of Guide was not that much successful but Hindi version was made keeping the audience in mind. The lead character of Guide was Raju which was played by Dev Anand. This footage is part of the broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The collection comprises of 150, 000+ hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on 4K, 200 fps slow motion, Full HD, HDCAM 1080i High Definition, Alexa and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Please subscribe to our channel wildfilmsindia on Youtube 🤍youtube.com/wildfilmsindia for a steady stream of videos from across India. Also, visit and enjoy your journey across India at 🤍clipahoy.com , India's first video-based social networking experience. Reach us at rupindang [at] gmail [dot] com and admin🤍wildfilmsindia.com To SUBSCRIBE click the below link: 🤍youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=WildFilmsIndia Like & Follow Us on: Facebook: 🤍facebook.com/WildernessFilmsIndiaLimited Website: 🤍wildfilmsindia.com

FILMMAKING IS A SPORT

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Quentin Tarantino Explains How to Write & Direct Movies | The Director’s Chair

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Quentin Tarantino's Directing Style ►► 🤍 More Tarantino Directing Tips ►► 🤍 Pulp Fiction Script Analysis ►► 🤍 How to Direct Action Sequences ►► 🤍 StudioBinder Blog ►► 🤍 Do you want to learn the secrets of Quentin Tarantino Filmmaking? Everyone knows that Quentin Tarantino Movies generate a lot of buzz, like his new film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. His unique filmmaking and directing style is able to attract the biggest movie stars like Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, and Leonardo Dicaprio. His career may have began with Reservoir Dogs, but it truly took off after the success of his second feature film, Pulp Fiction. Once the world was able to see films like Jackie Brown and then Kill Bill — It was all uphill from there. Quentin Tarantino went on to make Inglourious Basterds, Django Unchained, and The Hateful Eight. His least successful film, Death Proof, is still miles better than many other director’s best films. In this episode of The Director’s Chair, we take Quentin Tarantino interview and quotes to build a video that explains his unique style… straight from the horse’s mouth. You’ll see how QT crafted some of the greatest moments in cinema, and learn some film theory in our video essay portion, then see some filmmaking process. Are you excited for the new Quentin Tarantino movie? Do you want to learn from arguably the most popular film director working today? Then make sure to check out this video: The Director’s Chair on Quentin Tarantino’s Filmmaking style. #quentintarantino #filmmaking #quentintarantinomovies #onceuponatimeinhollywood #filmmaking — Music by Artlist ► 🤍 Music by Soundstripe ► 🤍 Music by Music Vine ► 🤍 Music by MusicBed ► 🤍 — SUBSCRIBE to StudioBinder’s YouTube channel! ►► 🤍 Looking for a project management platform for your filmmaking? StudioBinder is an intuitive project management solution for video creatives; create shooting schedules, breakdowns, production calendars, shot lists, storyboards, call sheets and more. Try StudioBinder for FREE today: 🤍 — Join us on Social Media! — Instagram ►► 🤍 Facebook ►► 🤍 Twitter ►► 🤍

Master Your Camera in 20 Minutes | Tomorrow's Filmmakers

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Short Film Ideas | Sinhala | Filmmaking | Film guide | 2022

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Short Film Ideas | Sinhala | Filmmaking | Film guide | 2022 (චිත්‍රපට නිර්මාණය ගැන ඔබ සිතන්නේ කුමක්ද? චිත්‍රපට සෑදීම ඉතා සිත්ගන්නා සුළු විෂයයකි. ඔබ මෙම විෂය ගැන උනන්දුවක් දක්වන්නේ නම් ඔබට ඉගෙන ගත හැකිය. මගේ නාලිකාවට පැමිණ නිවැරදිව චිත්‍රපට නිර්මාණය කරන්නේ කෙසේදැයි ඉගෙන ගන්න. what do you think about filmmaking? film making is very interesting subject. If you interest this subject you can learn . come to my channel and learn how to do filmmaking correctly.) watch my previous video -🤍 watch my short movies -🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Film Guide Facebook පිටුව සඳහා සම්බන්ධ වෙන්න -🤍 ඔබට අවශ්‍ය විදියෝකරණ කටයුතු සඳහා අප අමතන්න 🤍 #sinhala #filmmaking #shortfilms watch full videos and subscribe us . . . . . Thank you for watching

Filmmaking TIPS For Beginners

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Another huge congratulations to this year's top 15 ⚡️ The quality of this year's films were on another level! Check out the films 👇 🤍 Thank you to our sponsors for making this possible. Check out their links 👇 Shure - 🤍 Format - 🤍 Musicbed - 🤍 Freefly Movi - 🤍 Brevitē - 🤍 OneWheel - 🤍 Syrp - 🤍 Nomad - 🤍 B&H - 🤍 368 - 🤍 Arlo Hotels.- 🤍

Movie Making 101: A Beginner's Guide to Filmmaking (Official Trailer)

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Movie Making 101 covers the entire filmmaking process from idea to final edit, through all three phases: pre-production, production and post-production. This DVD is full of practical ideas for the filmmaker with limited resources, giving ideas on how to work with what you have, along with many other practical tips. For more info visit: 🤍

60 Minute Fllm School: Paul Diffley's Guide to Adventure Documentary Filmmaking

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GET INVOLVED, JOIN US ON PATREON - 🤍 ALL OUR FILMS -🤍 Here is my attempt to teach you everything you need to know about adventure film making in 60 minutes. Recorded at the Sheffield Adventure Film Festival as part of the 'Industry Hangout'. Thank you to all the people who have passed on their knowledge to me over the years, particularly Mark Batey, Richard Else, Chris Jones, Larry Jordan, Keith Partridge, Margaret Wicks and Michael Brown. If you have any questions or comments please enter below. GET INVOLVED, JOIN US ON PATREON - 🤍 ALL OUR FILMS -🤍 = ALL OUR FILMS -🤍 GET INVOLVED, JOIN US ON PATREON - watch all out feature films for just a few dollars and access extra exclusive content. 🤍 SUBSCRIBED TO OUR CHANNEL 🤍 JOIN US ON FACEBOOK 🤍 CATCH US ON TWITTER 🤍 SEE US ON INSTOBANGER! 🤍 Get some Hot Aches merch now! Designs based on all of our films/videos, bring the psych wherever you go - 🤍 Thanks for watching, Climb On! LOVE FROM Paul Diffley Hot Aches Productions Scotland

SIMPLE Editing Techniques | Short Film Ideas | Sinhala | Filmmaking | Film guide | 2022

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SIMPLE Editing Techniques | Short Film Ideas | Sinhala | Filmmaking | Film guide | 2022 (චිත්‍රපට නිර්මාණය ගැන ඔබ සිතන්නේ කුමක්ද? චිත්‍රපට සෑදීම ඉතා සිත්ගන්නා සුළු විෂයයකි. ඔබ මෙම විෂය ගැන උනන්දුවක් දක්වන්නේ නම් ඔබට ඉගෙන ගත හැකිය. මගේ නාලිකාවට පැමිණ නිවැරදිව චිත්‍රපට නිර්මාණය කරන්නේ කෙසේදැයි ඉගෙන ගන්න. what do you think about filmmaking? film making is very interesting subject. If you interest this subject you can learn . come to my channel and learn how to do filmmaking correctly.) watch my previous video -🤍 watch my short movies -🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Film Guide Facebook පිටුව සඳහා සම්බන්ධ වෙන්න -🤍 ඔබට අවශ්‍ය විදියෝකරණ කටයුතු සඳහා අප අමතන්න 🤍 #sinhala 3videoediting #filmmaking watch full videos and subscribe us . . . . . Thank you for watching

Essential Film Equipment For Beginners (2022)

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Join our Award Winning Online Film Academy with over 1,000+ video lessons and over 100+ hours of content for only $97!! 🤍 Check out our Kit Page for All Links to the equipment: 🤍 Connect with us: FACEBOOK: Justus - 🤍 INSTAGRAM Tomorrow's Filmmakers - 🤍 Justus - 🤍 Seth - 🤍 Matt - 🤍 WEBSITES: 🤍 🤍 EMAIL: Justus - justus🤍tomorrowsfilmmakers.com ▬ Contents of this video ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 0:00 - Intro 2:18 - Why Gear Is Vital 3:58 - Camera 6:23 - Lens 7:54 - Support 9:38 - Audio 11:47 - Gimbal 12:48 - Lighting 13:50 - Editor 15:34 - Essential Equipment 16:20 - Want to Learn More? ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬

How I Make Music for Films & Videos

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How can music affect the emotion of a movie scene? License high-quality music for your films & video: 🤍 (Use the promo code "Simon70" at checkout for 70% off your first year) Host and Creator - Simon Cade Graded with FilmConvert - 10% off: 🤍 (I earn a commission from purchases ^^) Gear I film with: 🤍 WEBSITE: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 ALL EQUIPMENT: 🤍 CONTACT: dslrguidance🤍gmail.com

А Hitchhiker's Guide to Filmmaking

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This isn't really a guide. But then again, it never is. This is a look back at how hitchhiking ultimately inspired me to tell better stories, to go on adventures, and to try and decide what is worth documenting (everything is). #hitchhiking #filmmaking #adventure #travel #ontheroad #storytelling

Ultimate Beginner's Guide to Smartphone Filmmaking in 2021

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A simple guide to getting started smartphone filmmaking in 2021. Learn the basics of how to shoot professional cinematic video using your mobile device. ►►GET MORE AS A MEMBER: 🤍 📕Smartphone Video: Beginner to Advanced 📕Exploring the Film Look 📕Color Grading 📕Guide to Smartphone Gimbals 🎙️Filmmaking Podcast 💬 Exclusive Chat on Discord 🕵🏽 Behind the Scenes Secrets 🎥 Movie: My Smartphone Filmmaking Documentary 🎥 Movies: all 5 Episodes of Silent Eye EQUIPMENT I USE TO MAKE FILMS Smartphones Samsung Note20 Ultra: 🤍 Samsung S9: 🤍 Editing iPad Pro 11 inch: 🤍 External Drives Samsung T5 Portable SSD: 🤍 SanDisk Ultra Dual USB 64GB Type-C: 🤍 Lenses Moment Anamorphic (Blue & Gold): 🤍 Moondog Labs anamorphic: 🤍 Beastgrip Pro Series 3x Tele: 🤍 Ulanzi 65mm: 🤍 Ulanzi 2020 DoF Adapter: 🤍 Ulanzi DoF Adapter (Version 1): 🤍 Gimbal DJI Osmo Mobile 3: 🤍 DJI OM 4: 🤍 FIlters Neewer 37mm filter kit: 🤍 Step up ring: 🤍 Tiffen Black Pro-Mist Diffusion Filter: 🤍 Moment 67mm Filter Mount: 🤍 K&F 67mm Variable ND Filter: 🤍 Sandmarc ND / PL clip on filters: 🤍 Microphones Sennheiser 416: 🤍 SYNCO Lav-S6: 🤍 Comica CVM-WS60: 🤍 Rode VideoMic Me: 🤍 Boya BY-M1: 🤍 Audio Recorder Zoom H4n: 🤍 Sound Devices 633 recorder/mixer: 🤍 Boom pole Rode Boom Pole: 🤍 Lights 2 x VIJIM VL-1: 🤍 Grips and Rigs Beastgrip: 🤍 SMALLRIG: 🤍 Magic Arm: 🤍 Flexible Gooseneck and Spring Clamp: 🤍 Tripods Ulanzi Mini Tripod: 🤍 Joby GorillaPod: 🤍 Joby GripTight ONE Micro Stand: 🤍 Editing Apple MacBook Air 2021: 🤍 LogiTech Slim Folio Pro: 🤍 Apple iPad Pro 11": 🤍 Apple Magic Mouse 2: 🤍 ► CINEMATIC T-Shirt: 🤍

Ultimate Guide to Cinematic Lighting — Types of Light & Gear Explained [Shot List Ep. 12]

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The Ultimate Guide to Cinematic Lighting Techniques (Part One) — covering everything you need to know about the basics of film and video lighting, including types of light, essential terminology and the necessary gear for any lighting scenario. Film Lighting — The Ultimate Guide (Cheatsheet) ►► 🤍 What is Color Temperature? ►► 🤍 What is the Exposure Triangle? ►► 🤍 What is Chiaroscuro Lighting? ►► 🤍 StudioBinder Blog ►► 🤍 ───────────────────── Chapters: 00:00 - Intro — Cinematic Lighting 01:00 - Why Film Lighting Matters 01:55 - Types of Light 04:49 - Lighting Terms 08:52 - Lighting Gear and Equipment 12:54 - Outro — Cinematic Lighting Part Two Tease ───────────────────── Special thanks to: 2D House ►► 🤍 Creative Path Films ►► 🤍 🤍 🤍 Curtis Judd ►► 🤍 Droi Media ►► 🤍 Dylan John ►► 🤍 filmrocks ►► 🤍 FilmSkills ►► 🤍 Grip Tips ►► 🤍 Indy Mogul ►► 🤍 Jimmy Allan ►► 🤍 LNP ►► 🤍 Media Division ►► 🤍 Newsshooter ►► 🤍 Photosmudger ►► 🤍 Pull My Focus ►► 🤍 🤍 SonduckFilm ►► 🤍 Steve O'Nions ►► 🤍 TheBuffNerds ►► 🤍 The Film Look ►► 🤍 🤍 The Naked Photographer ►► 🤍 Think Media ►► 🤍 Tuts+ Motion Graphics ►► 🤍 Wex Photo Video ►► 🤍 ZY Cheng ►► 🤍 ───────────────────── Cinematic Lighting Techniques Explained This episode of the Shot List series covers Part One of the basics of cinematic lighting. This includes fundamentals like the types of light, the qualities of light, essential terminology and necessary gear, and everything you need to know before you light your first scene. In Part Two, we’ll look at how to actually light subjects, backgrounds, and unique scenarios. Cinematic lighting is something every filmmaker is after. Learning how to light a scene, interview, music video, etc. is almost always learning how to achieve “cinematic lighting.” And though cinematography in general can be daunting especially lighting, our goal here is to lay the foundation for you to be able to step on set where the real learning happens. Cinematic lighting techniques start with knowing the various types of light and their various qualities. You should know the difference between natural and artificial light and how to best utilize both. Hard light hits the subject directly, creating sharp and distinct shadows while soft light gets diffused and scattered, creating soft and indistinct shadows. You should know that ambient light includes any light available at a location that the crew didn’t bring and that practical lights are any sources visible in the shot. Motivated lighting means that there is a justified reason for how you’re lighting a scene. For example, if we see a firelight illuminating the subject, there should obviously be a fireplace in the room. Another major task in cinematic lighting techniques is controlling the light. Flags and barn doors block and shape light, while diffusion materials like silks and reflectors change the quality of light from hard to soft. The techniques and concepts behind cinematic lighting are actually quite straightforward. And once you’ve mastered the essentials, that’s when the creativity kicks in to make them your own. #FilmTheory #VideoEssay #Filmmaking ───────────────────── ♬ SONGS USED: "Danger Zone" - Kenny Loggins "Origin" - David A. Molina "Dojo Tradition (Instrumental)" - In This World "Time Warp" - Notize "Mercury" - Alon Ohana "Assembly Line Dreams" - Ostin Drais "Mauretania (Instrumental)" - Sam Barsh "Night Driveway" - Max H. "Cdhiddendir" - Out Of Flux "Hold On (Instrumental)" - Makeup and Vanity Set "Oscillating Form" - Charlie Ryan "Club Foot Clavipes (Instrumental)" - Isaac Joel "No Link (Instrumental)" - Sam Barsh "Stuck Behind a Train (Instrumental)" - Makeup and Vanity Set "Royal Blue (Instrumental)" - Makeup and Vanity Set "That Night" - 2050 Music by Artlist ► 🤍 Music by Artgrid ► 🤍 Music by Soundstripe ► 🤍 Music by MusicBed ► 🤍 ───────────────────── SUBSCRIBE to StudioBinder’s YouTube channel! ►► 🤍 Looking for production management solution for your film? Try StudioBinder for FREE today: 🤍 — Join us on Social Media! — Instagram ►► 🤍 Facebook ►► 🤍 Twitter ►► 🤍

Drone Filmmaking Beginners Guide - How To Fly a Drone

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Here is your complete beginners guide for Drone Filmmaking. This video goes through how to fly a drone and how to capture cinematic looking footage. I take you through the entire process and we explore how you can use your drone as a storytelling tool. △ Storytelling Playlist: 🤍 △ Drone Flying Tutorials: 🤍 △ Download my DRONE LUTS: 🤍 DRONE SPECIFIC BEGINNERS GUIDES △ DJI Mavic Mini 2: 🤍 △ DJI Air 2: 🤍 △ DJI Air 2S: 🤍 △ DJI Mavic 2: 🤍 △ DJI Air: 🤍 △ DJI Spark: 🤍 MUSIC FOR YOUR VIDEOS △ Epidemic Sound: 🤍 △ Musicbed: 🤍 △ Artlist: 🤍 △ Soundstripe: 🤍 CREATOR RESOURCES △ Tool I Use To Help Grow My YouTube Channel: 🤍 △ My LUTs for FAST Color Grading: 🤍 △ Easy way to Sell Your Footage as Stock: 🤍 △ Gear I Use To Make My Videos: 🤍 LET’S CONNECT △ Business Inquiries: 🤍 △ Website: 🤍 △ Instagram: 🤍 △ Twitter: 🤍 Disclosures: All opinions are my own. Sponsors are acknowledged. Some links in the description are affiliate links that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a commission at no additional cost to you. As an Amazon Associate I earn a small commission from qualifying purchases. #creatorfilmschool 00:00 - Drone Filmmaking Beginners Guide 01:29 - Flying Basics 09:04 - Auto & Manual 16:47 - ND Filters 20:13 - Color Profiles 25:23 - Motion 28:58 - Perspective 32:43 - Time Of Day 35:16 - Color Grading 40:02 - Music & Pacing 44:28 - Storytelling 49:32 - Active Track 51:57 - 30 Drone Moves 56:53 - 7 Drone Mistakes

The Super Movie Guide

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Always wanted to know on how to make a movie? Yes? Then this Guide is the totally serious solution for your problems! Watch and learn! For other News and Notifications: 🤍 Music: - Earthbound OST - Choose a File - Waltz of the Flowers (by Tchaikovsky) - Tchaikovsky - Earthbound OST - Enjoy Your Stay - Elden Ring OST- Godskin Apostle - Earthbound OST - Choose a File - Drunken Sailor - Cooper Cannell - No.6 In My Dreams - Esther Abrami - Earthbound OST - Your Name Please - Papov - Yung Logos - Little Nightmares 2 OST - End of the Hall - Mario Party 1 OST - Results - L4D2 - Prayfordeath - Georges Bizet – Prelude to Act 1 for “Carmen” - Blue Danube (by Strauss) - Strauss - Mario Kart Wii - Rankings - Red Alert 2 - Soviet March Reprise - LA Noir Theme - Elden Ring OST - God devouring serpent - Bloodborne OST - Ludwig the Holy Blade #TeamFortress2#Animation#StopMotion

6 Tips for Shooting BETTER VIDEO: A Photographer's Guide to Filmmaking w/ White in Revery

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Check out our latest collection of Lightroom presets that'll knock your socks off: 🤍 🚨 Have you checked out our new Youtube channels?? 🚨 ✪ Rachel's: 🤍 ✪ Daniel's: 🤍 In this video, wedding videographers White in Revery will show you 6 key tips to shooting better video. This is aimed for photographers that are looking to explore shooting video with their cameras. Welcome to Mango Street. We make photography tutorials that don't waste your time. More from White in Revery: 🤍 Music: Explosions in the Sky - "Your Hand in Mine" ►▷ Check out our NEW 2020 PRESETS: 🤍 ◁◀︎ OUR CLASSIC PHOTO PRESETS: ► 🤍 Download our free Lightroom preset: ► 🤍 Get yourself some Mango Merch: ► 🤍 Our Kit: ► 🤍 FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: ► 🤍 Follow us on Instagram! 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍

Ultimate Guide to Camera Angles: Every Camera Shot Explained [Shot List, Ep. 3]

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Camera Angles Cheatsheet (Shot List) ►► 🤍 Ultimate Guide: Camera Angles ►► 🤍 Low Angle Video Essay ►► 🤍 High Angle Video Essay ►► 🤍 Dutch Angle Video Essay ►► 🤍 Fourth Wall Video Essay ►► 🤍 OTS Video Essay ►► 🤍 Chapters: 00:00 Intro — Camera Angles in Filmmaking 01:15 Low Angle Shot 02:28 High Angle Shot 04:05 Overhead Shot 05:06 Dutch Angle Shot 06:41 Eye Level Shot 07:52 Shoulder Level Shot 08:56 Hip Level 09:58 Knee Level 11:02 Ground Level 12:16 Final Takeaways Every filmmaker brings some fundamental film theory to their cinematography. Whether it is the shot size, camera framing, or camera angles — they all add up to give each shot meaning. In this episode of The Shot List, we will look exclusively at cinematography techniques and camera angles in filmmaking. Camera angles in filmmaking have certain characteristics that every filmmaker should understand. Visual storytelling is dependent on how you use the camera to tell a story. Whether you use a high angle shot, low angle shot, birds-eye-view shot, over-the-shoulder shot (OTS), or a direct overhead shot to capture a scene, that decision brings with it the concept of “perspective.” With Dutch angle shots (aka Dutch Tilt), you’re relying on cinematography techniques to bring a sense of imbalance or tension to a shot. Camera angles and techniques like these can elevate the script and the scene in ways that only visual storytelling can provide. When filmmakers fully understand directing, cinematography, visual storytelling, and camera angles, they have the power to turn their filmmaking into something great. Check out our previous episodes from The Shot List on Camera Shots and Camera Framing. And stay tuned for the following episode on Depth of Field and Focal Length. #cinematography #filmmaking #directing — Music by Artlist ► 🤍 Music by MusicBed ► 🤍 — SUBSCRIBE to StudioBinder’s YouTube channel! ►► 🤍 Looking for a project management platform for your filmmaking? StudioBinder is an intuitive project management solution for video creatives; create shooting schedules, breakdowns, production calendars, shot lists, storyboards, call sheets and more. Try StudioBinder for FREE today: 🤍 — Join us on Social Media! — Instagram ►► 🤍 Facebook ►► 🤍 Twitter ►► 🤍 #film-theory, #video-essay, #filmmaker

Cinematic Film Look on a DSLR

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How can we make our films look more expensive & professional? COLOR GRADING: 🤍 BLOG POST: 🤍 Host and Creator - Simon Cade Graded with FilmConvert - 10% off: 🤍 (I earn a commission from purchases ^^) Gear I film with: 🤍 WEBSITE: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 ALL EQUIPMENT: 🤍 CONTACT: dslrguidance🤍gmail.com

Beginner's Guide to Filmmaking Part 2: Locations, Actual Filming & Post-Production

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Welcome back to our Beginner's Guide to Filmmaking Part 2! In this short series we'll be covering all the basics of filmmaking, from the idea to post production. Today we'll cover locations, actual filming & post-production. Get ready to make a movie with some tips on filmmaking for beginners! Hopefully you've checked out all the Filmmaking Tips in Part 1 of our beginner's guide to filmmaking. If so, you're ready to do some actual filming. The most important and often overlooked part of filmmaking is planning out EVERYTHING. Things can and will go wrong on set and you'll need to have a backup plan, and a backup plan for that. Low budget filmmaking is fun, but it doesn't mean you shouldn't plan ahead. Once filming your movie has wrapped, it's time to move into post production. This is where all your hard work starts to piece together. Besides just editing together your film, there's still much to do. To make your movie stand out you want to have hard-hitting sound design, some heart-pounding or tear-jerking music, and of course a luscious color grade. If you missed PART 1 to our Beginner's Guide to Filmmaking WATCH HERE: 🤍 If you have any questions on the techniques used in this filmmaking tutorial video, please send a note in the comments. Thanks for watching Beginner's Guide to Filmmaking Part 2: Locations, Actual Filming & Post-Production, in our Film Jams series! SUBscribe to our channel: 🤍 Share this video: 🤍 Film Jams on Instagram: 🤍 Gear used in this video: -Canon C300: 🤍 -RODE Wireless Go: 🤍 Other equipment we use to film: CAMERAS -Canon C100 - 🤍 -Sony A7III - 🤍 -Canon EOS R: 🤍 -Canon 5D Mark iii: 🤍 LENSES -Canon 24-105mm - 🤍 (main interview) -Canon 100mm macro - 🤍 (product shots & CUs) TRIPODS -Sachtler - 🤍 MICS -Sennheiser MKE600 - 🤍 -Sennheiser 416 - 🤍 LIGHTS: -Litepanel Astra 6x - 🤍 -Kino Flo Diva LED - 🤍 PHOTO GEAR -Profoto Beauty Dish - 🤍 -Profoto D2 500 Strobe Kit - 🤍 -Canon 5D mkIII - 🤍 -Profoto Air Remote - 🤍 Filmed on location at: 🤍 in St. Petersburg, FL Special Thanks to the St. Petersburg Clearwater Film Commission Digital Creator Program Disclaimer: This video description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. It doesn't cost any more for you, and helps support the channel so we can continue to make more videos like this. Thank you for your support! #FilmForBeginners #BeginnersGuideToFilm #BeginnerFilmmaking

Camera Framing: Shot Composition & Cinematography Techniques Explained [The Shot List, Ep 2]

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Camera Framing Cheatsheet ►► 🤍 Create a Free Shot List ►► 🤍 More examples of Camera Framing ►► 🤍 Ultimate Guide to Camera Shots, Angles and Movements ►► 🤍 Camera framing is just one of the many cinematography techniques we’ve all had to learn. Choosing your subject(s) for each shot might seem intuitive but how do you frame them? Do you isolate them in a single or “complicate” things with a “dirty single”? When should you use an over the shoulder shot and does that shot composition always make sense? These are the types of questions we cover in this episode of The Shot List. A “single” makes sense any time you want to isolate a character, this is such a common framing technique that we barely register them. Adding another character (any number of characters) suddenly changes the dynamics of the moment. Two shots, three shots, all the way up to crowd shots signal a relationship between these subjects. This relationship can be romantic, contentious, awkward, or comedic. These shot compositions all have their place in visual storytelling and every filmmaker should have a firm grasp of this language. Filmmaking is all about choices and with so many variables to choose from, this isn’t always an easy process. Visual storytelling can be as simple as shooting each character in a single or always shooting over the shoulder shots for a conversation. But don’t underestimate the power of a well-timed and well-placed two-shot. Or the magic that can happen when a POV shot puts the audience in the character’s shoes. With these simple framing and composition techniques, you can elevate your visual storytelling beyond the expected. #filmmaking #directing #cinematography — Music by Artlist ► 🤍 Music by Soundstripe ► 🤍 Music by MusicBed ► 🤍 — SUBSCRIBE to StudioBinder’s YouTube channel! ►► 🤍 Looking for a project management platform for your filmmaking? StudioBinder is an intuitive project management solution for video creatives; create shooting schedules, breakdowns, production calendars, shot lists, storyboards, call sheets and more. Try StudioBinder for FREE today: 🤍 — Join us on Social Media! — Instagram ►► 🤍 Facebook ►► 🤍 Twitter ►► 🤍

Ultimate Guide to Camera Movement — Every Camera Movement Technique Explained [The Shot List Ep6]

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Camera Movement Cheatsheet (Shot List) ►► 🤍 The Ultimate Guide to Camera Movement ►► 🤍 The Whip Pan ►► 🤍 The Dolly Zoom Effect ►► 🤍 Tracking Shots in Film ►► 🤍 Chapters: 00:00 Camera Movement Techniques 01:18 Static Shots 03:12 Pan 03:55 Whip Pan 05:11 Tilt 07:07 Push In 09:05 Pull Out 10:24 Zoom 11:55 Crash Zoom 12:50 Dolly Zoom 15:36 Camera Roll 17:43 Tracking 19:25 Trucking 20:40 Arc 22:47 Boom 24:23 Random Movement 26:27 Camera Movement Exercise: Star Wars Scene 28:05 Final Takeaways Camera movement is a surefire way to amplify your visual storytelling. Whether you opt for a dolly shot, a tracking shot, or decide to go handheld, a simple scene can turn into an electrifying moment. In this video essay, Episode 6 of The Shot List, we’re going to cover every type of camera movement in film. From the storytelling value of each camera movement to the camera movement techniques necessary to pull them off. First up is the static shot — the absence of camera movement. Static shots are perfect for dialogue scenes or when you want to showcase the actor’s performance. A pan shot is a go-to when you want to reveal context, setting, or even build suspense. A whip pan can be a dynamic way to transition between characters in a scene or between different scenes. The tilt is a camera movement typically used to introduce characters or show the size and scope of a location. Pushing the camera in or pulling out are camera movements designed to either connect or disconnect the audience to a character or a situation. A zoom shot is not technically a camera movement because it is a function of the lens magnifying or de-magnifying the image. But when you combine it with a dolly camera movement, you can create a striking and cinematic camera movement called a dolly zoom. The dolly zoom effect compresses or stretches the background around the subject for an evocative and powerful camera shot. When a camera rolls, the world is literally turned upside down. Tracking shots will lead or follow the subject and can be utilized in any number of situations. When the camera follows parallel to the subject, it is known as trucking. When the camera movement surrounds the subject to make them feel surrounded or perhaps heroic, you’ve got yourself an arc shot. A boom shot is a vertical camera movement, which can be subtle or grand like a crane shot. The final camera movement is handheld with random shake and/or seemingly arbitrary zooms. When you’re going for documentary realism, this is the ideal approach to camera movement. #FilmTheory #VideoEssay #Filmmaking — Music by Artlist ► 🤍 Music by Artgrid ► 🤍 Music by Soundstripe ► 🤍 Music by Music Vine ► 🤍 Music by MusicBed ► 🤍 — SUBSCRIBE to StudioBinder’s YouTube channel! ►► 🤍 Looking for a project management platform for your filmmaking? StudioBinder is an intuitive project management solution for video creatives; create shooting schedules, breakdowns, production calendars, shot lists, storyboards, call sheets and more. Try StudioBinder for FREE today: 🤍 — Join us on Social Media! — Instagram ►► 🤍 Facebook ►► 🤍 Twitter ►► 🤍

NCCA: A Guide to Filmmaking in the Philippines Part 1

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Cinema of the Philippines started with the introduction of the first moving pictures to the country on January 1, 1897 at the Salón de Pertierra in Manila. The following year, local scenes were shot on film for the first time by a Spaniard, Antonio Ramos, using the Lumiere Cinematograph. Early filmmakers and producers in the country were mostly wealthy enterprising foreigners and expatriates, but on September 12, 1919, a silent feature film broke the grounds for Filipino filmmakers. Dalagang Bukid (Country Maiden), a movie based on a popular musical play, was the first movie made and shown by Filipino filmmaker José Nepomuceno.[1] Dubbed as the "Father of Philippine Cinema", his work marked the start of cinema as an art form in the Philippines. (Wikipedia)

Making an Effective Horror Movie | Advice from Award-Winning Directors

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Learn how to create the best horror short with these top tips from the award-winning team at Bloody Cuts. Horror is a genre with a lot of depth; whether you're looking to create the next big zombie franchise or a ghostly haunted house, we've got you covered. Remember to enter our 'Scare Us In 20 Seconds' competition! Learn more here: 🤍 Bloody Cuts Website: 🤍 Download HitFilm Express FOR FREE: 🤍 New Tutorials and How-To Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday Like that? SUBSCRIBE for more HitFilm every week! 🤍 Know someone who needs to see this video? FAVORITE and SHARE the love. 🤍 We love feedback and a good debate. Leave us a COMMENT below! FIND OUT MORE about HitFilm Pro 🤍 Come talk to us FXhome YouTube 🤍 FXhome Twitter 🤍 FXhome Facebook 🤍 FXhome Instagram 🤍 FXhome forum 🤍 Josh’s Instagram 🤍 Javert's Instagram 🤍 Tom's Instagram 🤍

Intro to Video: A Photographer's Guide to Filmmaking

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Full tutorial here: 🤍 Want to learn how to start shooting high quality, professional video with your DSLR or Mirrorless camera? Patrick Hall and Lee Morris of Fstoppers have produced this full length tutorial so you can easily and quickly transition from photographer to videographer. Some of topics included in this tutorial are understanding frame rate and resolution, how to stabilize your camera, using tripods, gimbals, and sliders, how to shoot slow motion, editing in Adobe Premiere Pro, recording professional audio, using different types of microphones, and how to edit a professional commercial with gear you already own.

Want to Get Better Sound? | Episode 0: Indie Film Sound Guide | The Film Look

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Thanks to Premium Beat for sponsoring the series and providing the music for the guide! Check out their website for some awesome tracks: 🤍 Series Theme: 🤍 The Indie Film Sound Guide is a step by step series teaching you all of the basics to achieve better audio for your films. This includes preparation, recording, and mixing. The guide uses a scene shot specifically for the guide, and follows a proper workflow from start to finish. This is everything you will need to know to start recording great sound for your short film! Anything we didn't cover? Leave us a comment and we'll create a wrap up episode at the end of the guide, answering any questions we missed! Episodes released weekly: The Scene: 🤍 Positioning: 🤍 Dialogue: 🤍 Minimise Noise: 🤍 Gain & Room Tone: 🤍 Wild Takes: 🤍 Foley Art: 🤍 Organise & Sync: 🤍 Mixing: 🤍 Behind The Scenes: 🤍 🎧 Listen to our Podcast! iTunes: 🤍 Android: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Freesound: 🤍

The ultimate guide to mobile phone filmmaking | Digital Culture Network

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#DigitalCultureNetwork #Filmmaking #VideoContent #Filming This session was presented by Dean Shaw, the Digital Culture Network's Tech Champion for Digital Content. It was recorded live on 14 July 2021. In this 90-minute session Dean will guide you through dos and don’ts of capturing film on your mobile device and walk you through everything you need to take your video content up to the next level. You will learn - How to shoot for different video formats and styles - Lighting tips and sound essentials - How to shoot with the edit in mind (no more over-shooting and running out of memory storage!) - How to structure your video for YouTube audiences - What equipment you need to have and what you can live without WEBINAR RESOURCES - 🤍 WHAT IS THE DIGITAL CULTURE NETWORK? The Digital Culture Network provides practical, on the ground help to the arts and culture sector. Our focus is around digital skills and leadership development. We can help you: - Explore and harness the benefits of technology to achieve your goals - Find new ways to reach and engage audiences - Develop sustainable business models. We support you in different ways: - One-to-one support from a team of Tech Champions specialising in digital content, eCommerce, data analytics, social media, digital strategy, email marketing, ticketing and CRM, websites and search engine marketing. - Practical workshops and webinars to improve skills and engage with peers. - Signposting to resources and training from us and our partners - Support with technology related funding opportunities - National and regional training days delivered with technology partners. You can get in touch on digitalnetwork🤍artscouncil.org.uk, by visiting our website 🤍 or on Twitter 🤍ace_dcn. TIME STAMPS Start 0:00 Intro: 1:10 What's covered 3:09 Vertical vs Horizontal 4:39 Smart Phone vs DSLR 8:22 Setting up your phone 14:36 Composition 18:33 Sound 28:03 Recap Compostion/Sound 33:18 End of Break 37:29 B Roll 38:50 Editing on mobile 42:40 Recap B roll & Editing 46:20 Timelapse 50:35 Recap Timelapse 53:49 Self Shooting 56:30 Recap Self Shooting 59:45 Hacking the algorithms 1:01:35 Equipment you need and stuff you don't 1:08:48 Q&A 1:17:58

Ultimate Guide to Camera Shots: Every Shot Size Explained [The Shot List, Ep 1]

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Shot Sizes Cheatsheet ►► 🤍 More on Shot Sizes ►► 🤍 Ultimate Guide to Camera Shots, Angles and Movements ►► 🤍 Establishing Shots ►► 🤍 Wide Shots ►► 🤍 Medium Wide Shots ►►🤍 Medium Shots ►► 🤍 Medium Close Ups ►► 🤍 Close Ups ►► 🤍 Extreme Close Ups ►► 🤍 Camera shots and camera angles — every shot, in a scene, in a sequence, and in a movie, needs to be decided on with purpose. Choosing between a close-up or a medium shot can mean a huge difference in how the moment is perceived and felt by the audience. There is psychology at play in film language and film theory, and it is up to the director when making a shot list to speak that language fluently. In this video essay, we’ll cover the fundamental camera shots at your disposal, how each of them typically operates and how one film used that shot size particularly well. Movies like Coco, Avengers Endgame, The Godfather Part 2, The Favourite, and Phantom Thread use specific camera shots to capture the ideal presentation of a cinematic moment. From establishing shots in Blade Runner 2049 to extreme close ups in Kill Bill, we’ll illustrate the essential building blocks of cinematography. This is the first episode of a new series called The Shot List, where we break down dozens of possibilities filmmakers have when deciding on camera shots and angles. Cinematography has a language all its own. The next time you sit down to create a shot list, remember that there are many (almost too many) options available. But when you know the power and purpose of each possibility, the decisions become easier and easier. #filmmaking #filmtheory #directing — SUBSCRIBE to StudioBinder’s YouTube channel! ►► 🤍 Looking for a project management platform for your filmmaking? StudioBinder is an intuitive project management solution for video creatives; create shooting schedules, breakdowns, production calendars, shot lists, storyboards, call sheets and more. Try StudioBinder for FREE today: 🤍 — Join us on Social Media! — Instagram ►► 🤍 Facebook ►► 🤍 Twitter ►► 🤍

Making a 'No-Budget' Film - A Guide to Low Budget Filmmaking

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#LowBudgetFilmmaking #Filmmaking #IndieFilmmaking Making a Low and No Budget film can be hard but it CAN be done! Here in this video, I go through how we did, and the budget needed to create the scenes! Watch "Before I Fall" NOW! 🤍 Get FREE Premiere Pro Presets Here 👇👇👇 🤍 Get Adobe Creative Cloud Here 👇👇👇 Adobe Premiere Pro / Adobe Creative Cloud: 🤍 Want to rank better on YouTube - Get TubeBuddy Here 👇👇👇 TubeBuddy: 🤍 Visit my website to learn more about me and my video / film adventures. Like, Comment & Subscribe to stay updated with the latest content! Follow Me: Website: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍

Ultimate Guide to Camera Lenses — Every Type of Camera Lens Explained [Shot List Ep. 7]

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Download FREE "Camera Lenses" eBook ►► 🤍 Learn more about camera lenses ►► 🤍 Watch the full series ►► 🤍 Chapters: 00:00 Intro to Camera Lenses 01:15 How Does a Lens Work? 04:05 Extreme Wide Angle 05:58 Wide Angle 07:13 Standard 08:51 Telephoto 10:49 Macro 13:14 Tilt Shift 14:44 Exercise 18:54 Final Takeaways The camera lens is an essential consideration in photography and cinematography. Camera lenses are on the front line of how an image is captured but not all are created equal. In this episode of The Shot List, we’ll walk through the gamut of camera lenses to differentiate both their inherent qualities and how they each tell a different story. Let’s begin by making an important distinction between a zoom lens vs prime lens. Within each of these categories can be a variety of camera lenses but what separates them has to do with focal length. A prime lens has a fixed focal length while a zoom lens can operate through a range of focal lengths. There are pros and cons within the zoom lens vs prime lens debate, which we will cover in detail in the video. The different types of camera lenses are mostly divided into categories based on their focal length, measured in millimeters. Focal length is the distance between the back of the lens and the image plane — the shorter the distance, the wider the field of view. For example, extreme wide angle lenses and fisheye lenses capture the widest field of view. The field of view with a telephoto lens is much more narrow but, in exchange, you can photograph subjects at a greater distance. A standard lens is any lens where the focal length matches the size of the camera’s sensor. This gives the image a “natural” look that best approximates human vision. A macro lens is designed to capture subjects in extremely close proximity. Whereas most camera lenses align their elements perpendicularly to the image plane, a tilt-shift lens has a unique function that can “tilt” or “shift” that alignment. This leads to both subtle and extreme distortions. Each of these camera lenses has unique properties that shape the look and texture of the image. As you work through your shot list, keep these options in mind and you’ll be that much closer to realizing your vision. #FilmTheory #VideoEssay #Filmmaking — Music by Artlist ► 🤍 Music by Artgrid ► 🤍 Music by Soundstripe ► 🤍 Music by Music Vine ► 🤍 Music by MusicBed ► 🤍 — SUBSCRIBE to StudioBinder’s YouTube channel! ►► 🤍 Looking for a project management platform for your filmmaking? StudioBinder is an intuitive project management solution for video creatives; create shooting schedules, breakdowns, production calendars, shot lists, storyboards, call sheets and more. Try StudioBinder for FREE today: 🤍 — Join us on Social Media! — Instagram ►► 🤍 Facebook ►► 🤍 Twitter ►► 🤍 #film-theory, #video-essay, #filmmaker

Ultimate Guide to Sell Stock Footage | Make Money from Filmmaking

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Connect with Ted Sim Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 It doesn't matter if you are a full-time filmmaker or just a part-time filmmaker, selling stock footage is an easy way to do a side hustle. Check out SAVAGE STOCK, the first 8K footage library: 🤍 What We Film With! 🤍 Hear Our Podcast! 🤍 Follow Us! IG - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 SubReddit - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Hit Us Up! Griffin - 🤍 Erik - 🤍 Ted - 🤍 #Sell #HowTo #StockFootage

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