An increasing number of cameras can now shoot Raw, but does it make sense for most filmmakers?
Stock footage can be a way to cut costs on difficult-to-achieve sequences, while there’s also the option to sell clips to boost finances, writes Pro Moviemaker's Krishan Parmar and Terry Hope.
Cutting a film can be one of the greatest challenges for moviemakers. But follow Chris Weatherly’s tips to make the process easier than ever.
Here are some valuable lessons from a year of professional training....
Having built a career as a top action photographer David Spurdens changed tack and moved sideways into filmmaking. It meant refocusing his entire approach and learning fresh motion capture skills.
One of the most common filming scenarios involves an interview, and it’s crucial in these situations that you get the sound right. Audio expert Tom Flint shows how to get professional results