From Sensor Design to Framing: When and Why to Film at 12K


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With a 12K camera entering the market, is there a reason for such high resolution beyond massive images? Let’s take a look.

From Sensor Design to Framing: When and Why to Film at 12K


This post is by Lewis McGregor from The Beat: A Blog by PremiumBeat


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With a 12K camera entering the market, is there a reason for such high resolution beyond massive images? Let’s take a look.

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


This post is by Jourdan Aldredge from The Beat: A Blog by PremiumBeat


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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.

Top 5 Final Cut Pro X Plugins in 2021


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Top 5 Final Cut Pro X Plugins in 2021

Final Cut Pro X is Apple’s video editing software that has been steadily growing in popularity over the years. Here are five of the best plugins you can get for it and examples of what they do.

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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.

Common Color Grading Mistakes To Avoid


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Common Color Grading Mistakes To Avoid

Color is fundamental to photography and videography, but the way color is used is not always the same across both mediums. It isn’t uncommon for videographers to make some common mistakes with their color grading, so here are the ones you ought to avoid.

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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.

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.

5 Edit-Friendly Tips Every Filmmaker Should Know


This post is by Zach Ramelan from The Beat: A Blog by PremiumBeat


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

5 Edit-Friendly Tips Every Filmmaker Should Know


This post is by Zach Ramelan from The Beat: A Blog by PremiumBeat


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

5 Edit-Friendly Tips Every Filmmaker Should Know


This post is by Zach Ramelan from The Beat: A Blog by PremiumBeat


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

Color Correct, Add Music, and Export Your Video in FCPX


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In this final episode of the FCPX Essentials Series, we’re covering the steps to finalize your edit with color correction, music, and export.

Color Correct, Add Music, and Export Your Video in FCPX


This post is by Tanner Shinnick from The Beat: A Blog by PremiumBeat


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In this final episode of the FCPX Essentials Series, we’re covering the steps to finalize your edit with color correction, music, and export.

Color Correct, Add Music, and Export Your Video in FCPX


This post is by Tanner Shinnick from The Beat: A Blog by PremiumBeat


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In this final episode of the FCPX Essentials Series, we’re covering the steps to finalize your edit with color correction, music, and export.

How To Color Grade Video in Adobe Photoshop


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How To Color Grade Video in Adobe Photoshop

Color grading can make or break footage, no matter how impressive the clip is. But did you know you can color grade in Photoshop? If you’re not familiar with Premiere Pro or other video software, this could be very useful indeed.

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A Guide to Creating High-Quality Run-and-Gun Vlog Videos


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From gear choice to editing, here’s everything you need to know about creating high-quality vlog video content while on the go.

A Guide to Creating High-Quality Run-and-Gun Vlog Videos


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From gear choice to editing, here’s everything you need to know about creating high-quality vlog video content while on the go.

A Guide to Creating High-Quality Run-and-Gun Vlog Videos


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From gear choice to editing, here’s everything you need to know about creating high-quality vlog video content while on the go.