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.

How I Transformed This Dull Interview Location into Something Cinematic


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Follow this step-by-step process of transforming a less-than-ideal interview location into something visually pleasing to the eye.

How I Transformed This Dull Interview Location into Something Cinematic


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


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Follow this step-by-step process of transforming a less-than-ideal interview location into something visually pleasing to the eye.

Choosing the Right Skateboard to Pair with a Gimbal


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Find out what type of board is not only smoothest, but safest, to pair with a gimbal for ultra-smooth filming.

Choosing the Right Skateboard to Pair with a Gimbal


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


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Find out what type of board is not only smoothest, but safest, to pair with a gimbal for ultra-smooth filming.

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.

Take Your Production to the Next Level: Photo vs. Cinema Lenses


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From size and weight to price range, let’s examine the pros and cons of the photo lens versus the cinema lens.

Take Your Production to the Next Level: Photo vs. Cinema Lenses


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From size and weight to price range, let’s examine the pros and cons of the photo lens versus the cinema lens.

5 Things I Learned From My First Time Shooting 16mm Footage


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From loading the camera to adapting old Canon lenses, here’s what you need to know about shooting on Kodak motion picture film.

5 Things I Learned From My First Time Shooting 16mm Footage


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From loading the camera to adapting old Canon lenses, here’s what you need to know about shooting on Kodak motion picture film.

5 Things I Learned From My First Time Shooting 16mm Footage


This post is by Logan Baker from The Beat: A Blog by PremiumBeat


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From loading the camera to adapting old Canon lenses, here’s what you need to know about shooting on Kodak motion picture film.

5 Things I Learned From My First Time Shooting 16mm Footage


This post is by Logan Baker from The Beat: A Blog by PremiumBeat


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From loading the camera to adapting old Canon lenses, here’s what you need to know about shooting on Kodak motion picture film.

5 Things I Learned From My First Time Shooting 16mm Footage


This post is by Logan Baker from The Beat: A Blog by PremiumBeat


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From loading the camera to adapting old Canon lenses, here’s what you need to know about shooting on Kodak motion picture film.

Rewriting for the Big Screen: “Script Doctors” and the Art of Revision


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There are many moving parts in the world of screenwriting. Let’s explore rewrites by examining this role in any screenplay’s development.

Rewriting for the Big Screen: “Script Doctors” and the Art of Revision


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There are many moving parts in the world of screenwriting. Let’s explore rewrites by examining this role in any screenplay’s development.

Rewriting for the Big Screen: “Script Doctors” and the Art of Revision


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


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There are many moving parts in the world of screenwriting. Let’s explore rewrites by examining this role in any screenplay’s development.