You can light your videos and photos using just one light! Also do it using 2 or 3 lights depending on the style you want and what gear you own. In this tutorial I even show you how you can light your shots using no lights, only available natural light. Continue reading How to light a shot using just 1 light (or no lights)
In this filmmaking and cinematography tutorial I will show you how using shadows can help add extra dimension and life to your subjects. Continue reading Using shadows and light to shape your scene
In today’s tutorial I will show you an easy technique for lighting an interior night scene with a thunder lightning effect outside the window. Continue reading Interior Night Lighting Cinematography Tutorial with Thunder Effect
Today I have a fun tutorial for you that will show you some quick and easy cinematography techniques. In the video I talk about lighting, camera composition and also set dressing plus how to enhance the shot using some very quick VFX. Continue reading How to light a night scene quick and easy!
I have teamed up with Armando Ferreira and Rubidium Wu so we can recreate a scene from Steven Spielberg’s Minority Report. Continue reading Recreating Steven Spielberg’s “Oner” from Minority Report | Big vs Low Budget
Learn different ways to quickly color balance, fix and add life to your shots using curves, key mattes & LUTs. Continue reading Color Grading Tips | Skin Tones | Curves | Mattes | LUT
Here is my current audio recording setup for location film shoots. The whole kit consists of a shotgun mic, a shock mount with a windshield and a boom pole to which I also attach my portable audio recorder. Continue reading My new Indie Audio Kit | Auray Boom Pole & DigitalFoto Micolive Mic Blimp
Is it time to quit Adobe Premiere? If you are thinking about it but aren’t sure what to replace it with and why, or if it’s worth it, then hopefully my experience will help you. Continue reading Time to quit Adobe Premiere for Final Cut, Avid or Davinci Resolve?
In today’s video I show you how I made a kite fly, even though there was not much wind, and the kite had holes. Continue reading Fixt it in Post! Everyday effects that help you shoot quickly
Today’s tutorial is about how to film interviews, especially focusing on the use of light-weight, portable equipment. Also, at some locations we did not have access to the electricity. Fortunately, these days you can get good-performing lights that run off batteries. Continue reading Great Looking Interviews: 2-minute filmmaking tutorial