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Glass reflection

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I'd like to accomplish a similar edit to this. How?

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Domino Film Scanner software

I wonder if anyone could help me with a software problem. I have this control panel for an old Domino/Quantel/Oxberry film scanner.

The Cameras Behind Netflix’s Original Films and Series

Curious about the cameras behind Netflix Originals? Here are the cameras Netflix has officially approved — and the series using them.

Elmo 1012 xls disassembly

Anyone know how to take apart a Elmo 1012 xls for repair? I would dearly like to repair a broken one that I have. Service manuals are non- existent as usual. I don't know what happened to all the repa

How To Create A Stunning Custom Title Sequence + Free Ink Splashes

Whether it's for a trailer or the opening sequence of a film, these assets can help you create attention-grabbing text slates or character introductions.

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Anybkdy know the programme use to make this cartoon colour learning ?

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Will My Sankyo Super 8 Work?

Hey, so i recently got this Sankyo super8 camera for $5...

Multi Window Attic/Room

On an upcoming narrative film, I am attempting to get a high contrast look in a large white-walled room on the top floor of an old Victorian house.  I have no way of rigging outside the windows as th

Lens Advice

I have the chance to get a hold of a Cosmicar C Mount TV Lens 12.5 - 75mm  F1.8 lens. My question is will this fit on to a Bolex H16 Rex 1 without any kind of a adapter? and if so how good are these"

Why did people use to put white tape on their zoom?

That's my noobish question for the day, folks.

4 Cinematography Tips for Filming During Magic Hour

While filming at dusk may look beautiful, it can quickly become problematic. Follow these tips to get the most out of "magic hour."

Production Tip: 5 Tricks for Filming in Small Spaces

Need to shoot in a tight spot? Here are 5 helpful tips for getting the shot when all of your gear won't fit where you need it ...

Grip Tricks: Creating Do-It-Yourself Camera Rigs

Tired of renting or buying pre-built rigs that don't fit your project? Start creating your own custom camera rigs just like the pros.

Back to Basics: The Rule of Thirds in Filmmaking

Using the Rule of Thirds can dramatically increase the look of your composition. Here's a few tips on how to integrate this technique into your next shot.

The Wonderful World of Histograms (And What They Mean)

Histograms can help you properly expose your projects both in-camera and in post. Find out how with this practical guide.

3 Ways to Light a Room for Different Times of Day

Having trouble lighting a studio set to mimic natural light? Here are a few tips to help you get that look with 3 particular set-ups.

Sharing Audio on Social Media: Anchor vs. Audiogram Generator

Sharing Audio on Social Media: Anchor vs. Audiogram A question that still puzzles many podcasters and audio storytellers is: how do I distribute audio on social media? With platforms such as Facebook,

6 Creative Ways To Enhance Your Next Film with Gels

Learn how to easily use color gels to modify light and create breathtaking, cinematic imagery for your film or video project.

5 Ways You Can Get the Most Out of Your GorillaPod

Here are a few different ways the GorillaPod can help you capture those elusive shots when nothing else at hand seems to work.

Podcast proliferation drives greater need for audio skills

Podcast proliferation drives greater need for audio skills Nearly a quarter of Americans are listening to at least one podcast a month—that’s more than use Twitter. That’s one of the findings fr

How to Make GIFs

How to Make GIFs What is a GIF? GIF stands for Graphics Interchange Format, but all you really need to know is that GIFs are short animations that are endlessly looped and shared on the internet. The

Zoom H5 Tutorial

Tutorial: Zoom H5 Audio Recorder The Zoom H5 is a digital audio recording device that saves audio onto a Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) card – the same kind of card used with most digital camer

Tips for Recording Professional Audio Remotely

Tips for Recording Professional Audio Remotely Sound quality is key in podcasting. Listeners are ruthless with their attention and time, and they’ll tune out and turn you off if the sound is lousy o

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Media Innovation & Design Thinking

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Podcast Bootcamp: Design & Launch A Podcast Series

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Take yourself on a 360° tour of the largest fully-steerable telescope in the world.

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Experimenting With Bots

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