As some of you may know, I’ve been back to Ecuador for the past month and a half to finish a documentary about Montanita. Continue reading Documentary Filmmaking Tips & Tricks: Camera Equipment
Avoid the most common mistakes when setting up a two-person dialogue scene. Learn all about the proper framing, camera angles and the rule of thirds. Continue reading How to Shoot a Dialogue Scene: Angles, Framing & the Rule of Thirds
This tutorial will show you how to create a beam of light in your next video production. They could be rays of light coming through a window, a laser pointer of a gun, or even a flashlight. Continue reading Lighting Trick: Light Beams / Lasers
In this tutorial I explain what is the depth of field and how you can control it. Also, I break the old myth that a larger image sensor in your camera equals a smaller depth of field. Continue reading Understanding and Controlling the Depth of Field
I got a new tutorial up on my youtube channel where I talk about the basics of shot framing and angles. Continue reading New Tutorial: Basic Framing & Angles
I got great news for all the moviemakers out there… my short film Dinner Date is finaly out on DVD. You can buy it by clicking on the STORE button on my website or by going here: http://www.tlapro.com/STORE.aspx Continue reading DINNER DATE – SHORT FILM SCHOOL
I have a new tutorial where I explain how I built my own camera dolly that can support the weight of the camera, the camera operator and even the focus puller, if need be. The cost is around $120 Continue reading DIY CAMERA DOLLY!
Hello to everyone who watches my filmmaking tutorials! If you’d like to enter the contest then please message me on youtube or email me at email@example.com Continue reading CONTEST!
In this tutorial I show a neat little lighting trick that can be used in any film or music video that simulates a movie theater setting. Continue reading Lighting Trick: simulating a theater or tv screen
I uploaded a new tutorial online. In this one I show you step by step how I go about getting the right exposure when shooting with digital cameras – especially using DSLRs. Continue reading How to Get the Perfect Exposure