Panolapse is a simple and easy way to add rotational panning motion to timelapse videos. Video: .
For all of you DIY filmmakers out there, our friends at William F. Whites interactive have recently launched this SUPER handy tool is guide to all their gear that includes diagrams and specs to make your lives easier. In this How To video, Bruce Dale of Whites shows you what it is and how to use it:
Here is a great tutorial on creating stunning moving timelapse shots with this relatively inexpensive piece of equipment.
Thanks go out to Philip Bloom
Comedy trailer of archaeologists Bernie and Jim as they go hunting for eygptian artifacts
Mike from thesubstream's "Film Lab" have some tips regarding a few in-camera trick shots, specifically... the dolly zoom.
A bit like our Cinematography World but more specific. A lot of useful how-to's, articles, and films shot on the 7D, as well as active forums. Enjoy!
When will they just put this chip in a real camera body?
This is a video interview how the movie star C. Hemsworth was able to gain a dramatic muscle gain for the movie Thor. just in case you did not see the movie, the actor speaks about his character in the movie and how muscular he needed to be so he can play his role in the movie.
There are plenty of ways to create decent looking special effects on a budget. You can use basic, inexpensive materials to make ground explosions or realistic looking alien landscapes. But nothing says Hollywood quite like your own green screen.
Lozzless demonstrates how to make a diy cheap macro lens with working aperture for his Canon 5D Mark II, coined the "SuperMacro".
Day for Night courtesy of Videomaker.com