Documentary Tips for Filming Undercover and Undetected


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From hidden action cameras to improvised espionage tips, use this run-and-gun guide to filming documentary projects on the sly.

The Mic Picker: How to Find the Right Microphone


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From stereo to lavalier, let’s explore the different types of microphones to discover which one works best for your creative needs.

The Mic Picker: How to Find the Right Microphone


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From stereo to lavalier, let’s explore the different types of microphones to discover which one works best for your creative needs.

5 Unique Camera Angles to Incorporate in Your Next Shoot


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From negative space to odd framing, explore this video to discover five camera angles you’re probably not using—and should be.

5 Unique Camera Angles to Incorporate in Your Next Shoot


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From negative space to odd framing, explore this video to discover five camera angles you’re probably not using—and should be.

Breaking Down Quentin Tarantino’s Iconic Trunk Shot


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From Reservoir Dogs to Kill Bill, we open up about what this director’s iconic trunk shot means and how he (and others) achieve it.

Breaking Down Quentin Tarantino’s Iconic Trunk Shot


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From Reservoir Dogs to Kill Bill, we open up about what this director’s iconic trunk shot means and how he (and others) achieve it.

An Interview with “Assassins” Cinematographer John Benam


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Cinematographer John Benam shares his experience filming the controversial Sundance feature documentary “Assassins.”

An Interview with “Assassins” Cinematographer John Benam


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Cinematographer John Benam shares his experience filming the controversial Sundance feature documentary “Assassins.”

An Interview with “Assassins” Cinematographer John Benam


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Cinematographer John Benam shares his experience filming the controversial Sundance feature documentary “Assassins.”

The 10 Best YouTube Channels to Follow for Filmmakers in 2021


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From cinematographer to editor, here are ten YouTube channels worthy of your subscription that will help you learn more about your craft.

The 10 Best YouTube Channels to Follow for Filmmakers in 2021


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From cinematographer to editor, here are ten YouTube channels worthy of your subscription that will help you learn more about your craft.

Searchie – a New Tool You Want to Think About Using


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Why Searchie?

Searchie is amazing.

Searchie is new… well, it’s over a year old, but it still has that new car smell.

Searchie will change the way you manage your content.

Really.

So why am I so excited about searchie?

And why have I created not just one, but two sites about searchie called searchiepro and searchiehubs?

And how the heck does it apply to filmmaking?

Let’s start with that question.

Searchie is:

From ARRI to Sony: The Most Exciting Camera Rumors of 2021


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Another new year, another round of juicy camera conjectures. Here’s your officially unofficial 2021 camera rumor roundup!

From ARRI to Sony: The Most Exciting Camera Rumors of 2021


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Another new year, another round of juicy camera conjectures. Here’s your officially unofficial 2021 camera rumor roundup!

Soviet Montage Theory: Exploring the 5 Types of Montage


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We discuss the core historical tenets of Soviet Montage Theory, then explore the main types of montage for your film and video projects.

Soviet Montage Theory: Exploring the 5 Types of Montage


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We discuss the core historical tenets of Soviet Montage Theory, then explore the main types of montage for your film and video projects.

From Filming to Editing: Should You Still Be Shooting in 1080?


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Let’s take a look at the pros and cons for filming, editing, and uploading footage in 1080p in comparison to 4K.

From Filming to Editing: Should You Still Be Shooting in 1080?


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Let’s take a look at the pros and cons for filming, editing, and uploading footage in 1080p in comparison to 4K.

5 Edit-Friendly Tips Every Filmmaker Should Know


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From cutaways to framing, let’s examine five filmmaking methods that can enable you to shoot like an editor.