Cinematography

How to Frame a Social Video

Ever wonder how to frame a social video? Here's a quick animation we whipped up to show you some best practices to follow for shooting social media video. ! https://vimeo.com/233546816 I've also created a...

Ten Tips for Better Event Videography

Event videography ... it's what we do to pay for our filmmaking obsessions! That's why I put together this video about my Top Ten Tips for Better Event Videography! Click above, watch and subscribe to our y...

How to Shoot an Interview like a Boss

Whether you’re just starting out, working toward documentaries, or just want to hone your freelancing skills, there’s a good chance you’ll shoot plenty of interviews throughout your filmmaking career. No matter...
crew at night

Your Guide to Mastering Low Light Video Shoots

Regardless of wether you are a filmmaker or a videographer- chances are, you are going to be tasked with the challenge of filming outdoors at night. Low light video shoots can be tricky, and if done improperly,...
Film Look With DSLR

How to Get a Cinematic Look with your DSLR

The film look, or ‘cinematic look’ can feel like the holy grail of video for filmmakers. Why? Not only does it provide an overall tone of professionalism, but let’s be honest - it just looks cool. In a digital ...

The Best Video Cameras of 2017!

Welcome to the innaugral edition of the BrokenSlate Podcast! Today, we present our guide to the best video cameras of 2017. We are profiling newly released and upcoming cameras that have a ton of hype behind th...
HDR Video

HDR Video 101

Dynamic range is the difference between the lightest light and darkest dark which can be seen in your video. To create HDR Video the camera captures several identical images of a scene, each with a different ex...
Composing Movement - Akira Kurosawa

Composing Movement: Tips from Akira Kurosawa

If you know what your scene is about – try to express it through movement. Directors who are able to master the art of composing movement will have a much easier time at subtly conveying emotion and advancing p...

Breaking Down the 180 Degree Rule

We all learned about the 180 degree rule back the first week in film school - the on-screen spatial relationship between a character and another character or object within a scene. Like great DOP's who speciali...

Go Pro Karma vs DJI Mavic

Ok .. so let's just pretend the Karma wasn't recalled - or at least restore hope that the Karma will be much more stable when re-released; and when that time comes ... It may be hard to between the Go Pro Karma...
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