LUTs, Diffusers, Reflectors and Audio

Home made diffusers and reflectors, tips for shooting around the house and tutorials for fixing your voiceovers in Audacity.

The Friday Roundup - LUTs, Diffusers, Reflectors and Audio

This week some ideas for home made diffusers and reflectors, tips for shooting around the house and a tutorial for fixing your voiceovers in Audacity.

5 Screenwriting Tips You Can Learn From 'Mindhunter'

Mindhunter brought serial killers into our homes. Joe Penhall and David Fincher scared the pants off us in Season One. How? Serial killers seem to be all the rage on podcasts, in movies, tv, and

Is Your Faster Lens Really Worth Paying Lots of Money For?

Wider apertures aren't really the selling point of a more expensive lens, but we know what is. All too often, our Gear Acquisition Syndrome is fueled by specs we read online. Take faster lenses f

Here's What Canon's DualPixel AF Can Do For You

Not only can dividing pixel boost autofocus sensitivity, but also dynamic range. When it comes to technology development, I love happy accidents. The features that appear, not because they were d

The Best Filmmaking Deals of the Week (8.16.19)

Highlighting our Deals of the Week, save hundreds on a 15" Dell XPS laptop that will serve all of your mobile editing needs. This week in filmmaking deals: Dell offers its 15" XPS 9570 laptop for

How 'Easy Rider' Changed Everything About Indie Film

The 1969 counterculture film "Easy Rider" shook the studio system to its core and helped usher in one of Hollywood's most creative eras. The film is a revolutionary road movie, starring Peter Fon

4 Changes to Michael Scott That Saved 'The Office' and Made it a Hit

The Office was almost canceled after the first season. They turned things around with one character. During the first season of The Office, the show relied on the character tenets of the British

Soderbergh Tests the RED Komodo Dragon on his New Film

Steven Soderbergh is taking the RED Komodo Dragon for a spin. For a guy who once said he was retiring, Steven Soderbergh sure has no idea how to relax. Soderbergh is working on a secret pro

The Pros and Cons of the BMPCC 6K

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LucAdapters Launch Full-Frame Solution for Your Blackmagic Camera

This allows people to use full-frame EF mount lenses for full field of view. In another article about Blackmagic releasing test footage for the surprising Super 35mm Pocket Cinema Camera 6K, we s

Nikon and Canon Take Top Honors at EISA Awards

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The Friday Roundup – Pinnacle Studio Updates, NASA and Blend Modes

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How Often You Should Upload, From A YouTube Employee

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The Friday Roundup – Framing, Establishment Shots and Zoom Transitions

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7 Things Top YouTubers Have In Common (& How To Replicate Them)

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The Friday Roundup – Map Animations, Editing to Music and B-roll

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How To Sell Something Your Audience Wants To Buy [feat. Mike Stelzner, Social Media Examiner]

To make your channel sustainable, you need to make money online. Mike Stelzner from Social Media Examiner figured out exactly how to create something his audience were eager to buy. His step-by-step

The Friday Roundup – Whip Pans, Travel Videos and Motion Tracking

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How To Have Sustainable Channel Growth Long Term (Without "Hustling Harder")

So many creators feel they need to "love the grind" and "hustle harder" in order to see success on the platform. But then why is it that we're seeing more and more YouTube stars b

The Friday Roundup – The 30° Degree Rule, Shutterstock Elements and More

How to Use the 30° Degree Rule There will be many times in any video shot by an amateur that you will see that something is wrong and you will have no idea what it is. One of the most common ones is

How Many Videos Before YouTube Notices You?

It can be frustrating when you're putting out content but you feel like YouTube is ignoring your efforts. Is there a "magic number" at which YouTube finally starts to take you seriously and

YouTube's 8 New Creator Features and What They Mean for Us

YouTube recently announced several new features that help us make money, grow our channels, and serve our audiences better. We'll review what each of them are and discuss a few ideas on how we can ut

3 Steps to Telling a Captivating, Unscripted Story on YouTube

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The Friday Roundup – Video Scopes, Camera Moves and Stop Motion

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The Friday Roundup – Green Screen, YouTube News and Some Blackmagic

Subscriber Green Screen Review With Tips and Tricks For anyone wanting to really get their green screen production under control there is a bog post on this site I added years ago with a video that c

Improve Your Impressions & CTR In 3 Simple Steps

A quick look at your analytics can show why your videos might not be reaching as many people as you'd like, not getting a high click-through rate, and not getting views. But once you understand what

Everything about June's new "algorithm update"

Last week YouTube announced a new update that creators have been calling a "new algorithm" that's impacted their views, especially from suggested videos. Some people are claiming to have lo

The Friday Roundup – Shooting Underwater, Action Cams and Transitions

Tips For Shooting Underwater With various action camera choices these days and access to affordable waterproof housings, underwater shooting is not the technical nightmare it used to be. Check out th

Does YouTube Promote Channels that Post More?

A lot of creators think that you have to publish a lot of videos for the YouTube algorithm to really love your videos. You've even likely heard creators claim that they started getting more views and

The Friday Roundup – Isobuster Updates, B-Roll and D.I.Y ADR

Isobuster Updated Last week I included a little blurb on a free utility I often use called MediaInfo. You can read about it here. Anyway this week it turns out another program I use quite often has j

Liquicity Festival 2019 Warm Up Mix - LIVE SET by Method

Enjoy this over 1 hour long powerful party drum & bass to get warmed up for the best festival in the world: LIQUICITY FESTIVAL 2019! LET'S GO!Download the mix on my soundcloud: https://soundcloud

The Friday Roundup – Audio Tips and Transitions on Titles

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MASHUP Sessions #1 - Powerful drum & bass mix (52 tracks)

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Liquicity Winterfestival 2018 Drum & Bass Mix - Mixed by Method

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