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5 Wicked Mistakes to Make While Filming
Picture this, you get home from a grueling shoot and realize to your red-faced chagrin that you have absolutely nothing to work with. The audio is shoddy, the shots are overexposed, the focus is wrecked... Whatever it is, you’ve botched the project and you may never get a second chance to fix it.
Published on Wednesday, October 26, 2016 2:39 PM
Top 10 Production Tips for Filming in the Amazon
Images of smoke and flames engulfing parts of the Amazon rainforest have been in and out of the international news headlines in the past few weeks. With Brazil still at the start of its dry season, experts in Brazil have predicted that the the worst may be still to come, so we’re expecting to see more and more foreign news crews heading to the region in the coming weeks.
Published on Monday, September 16, 2019 10:00 AM
Filming on a budget: What you can afford to scrimp on
Budgeting is an art of equilibrium; you make decisions and concessions and you minimize damage. When you’re making a low-budget movie, some of these decisions can be very hard.
Published on Wednesday, July 25, 2018 10:00 AM
Filming in Rio de Janeiro: Tips & Tricks to Help You While Filming On-Location
Looking down over the city from up on the Corcovado or Sugarloaf Mountain, the city and its topography start to make sense. Forested mountains frame the city, just a few blocks back from its most famous beaches. Wedged in between is the upmarket Zona Sul (“South Zone”), spreading from Botafogo in Guanabara Bay, round to Copacabana, west to the chic beaches of Ipanema and Leblon, and up the steep hillsides, where expensive condominiums and favelas sit side by side. Heading north, around the shores of the bay and inland lies the city center and the sprawling northern suburbs. And way out west, along the coast, is Barra da Tijuca, with its Miami-like strip malls, long beaches, and the Olympic Park.
Published on Monday, April 8, 2019 10:00 AM
Tips Before You Start Filming Your Corporate Video
Great videos come out great because of some upfront planning. Before you start filming your company video, you should take some time to nail down a proper production plan. The pre-production period helps flush out problems ahead of time and prevents roadblocks during the filming process. When working with a good video production company, they will help you through this process, but there are still things to think about ahead of time.
Published on Tuesday, September 3, 2019 10:00 AM
Sony’s Unorthodox, Barnyard Filming of the Tour de France
by Matt Thames For the very early stage of the race, Sony outfitted five sheep with its latest AS100VR Action Cams, complete with waterproof features and image stabilization capacity. Sony then handed over the keys to local shepherd, Ian Hammond, to remotely control the cameras atop his flock. Attached using a modified dog harness, Sony hopes to catch a very unorthodox perspective of the Yorkshire leg of the Tour de France.
Published on Wednesday, July 9, 2014 3:47 PM
Top 10 Best Filming Locations in NYC & San Francisco
San Francisco and New York City are essentially roadmaps of instantly recognizable movie locations. The blogosphere is riddled with sites dedicated entirely to cataloging street intersections, seemingly inconspicuous doorways, and iconic spots like the Mrs. Doubtfire house and Katz’s delicatessen. In these two popular film hubs it’s pretty hard­pressed to find a place that hasn’t already been found. We’ve collected some spaces found on the creative online marketplace, Splacer. These places fit the bill for production worthiness, but come without the baggage of productions past.
Published on Monday, August 8, 2016 4:21 PM
Shooting Locations: 4 Ways to Find Them
You can have the best gear, the most fantastic storyline, and the perfect talent to help you tell it. All of this means nothing, however, if you can’t find the perfect location to capture it. The environment you choose to film in will ultimately set the tone for the story that you tell, immersing viewers in the textures, colors and quality of your work.
Published on Tuesday, May 17, 2016 11:08 AM
Mercedes-Benz Poland Spot Captures the Life of a GOPR Rescuer in 90 Seconds
Director, Antek Nykowski, describes the challenges of filming the day to day activities of the mountain rescuers and the use of aerial drones and RED dragon to enhance the shots.
Published on Monday, September 14, 2015 9:00 AM
SOLOSHOT: The Next Generation Robot Cameraman
Chris Boyle is a nomadic inventor who strives to keep one foot in the laboratory and one in the sand. SOLOSHOT is a great new tool for filmmakers, videographers, and indies. It's a cost effective way to create stellar shots and a great way to take care of filming as if you had your own ESPN cameraman filming the game for you. With gear like SOLOSHOT coming on the market, Boyle, SOLOSHOT's CEO and is Chairman of the Board, thinks it's possible that they’ll start to see studio sized scenes like Braveheart coming from independents. Learn how the idea of SOLOSHOT came to be and where it will be in the future.
Published on Tuesday, February 25, 2014 10:00 AM
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