Regardless of whether or not you’re making your first feature or your fifth, your biggest problem is figuring out how to make your movie rise above noise.
If you’re part of the filmmaking stuff community, you probably saw my email about a DSLR eBook that I was evaluating. Well, after sending the email, one of our readers (named Jonathan) responded with another good recommendation.
A few years back, while flying aboard a loud propeller driven airplane somewhere over the snow capped mountains of Colorado, I heard the guy in front of me talking to his girlfriend about an idea for a movie. Since I had just finished production on my second feature, I felt compelled to chime in. And […]
Imagine watching a video online, and being able to contact the featured speaker. You can on HDCameraGuide.com. The site, which features broadcast and professional HD cameras, lenses, and accessories – and which has a complete reference and review guide for consumer camcorder and digital cameras – has added a new feature that lets the viewer “Ask This Speaker a Question.”
Robert Rodriguez shares his advice with filmmakers in his 10 minute film school. I found this to be totally inspirational when I first started. His advice is classic.
As a new filmmaker, I would suggest shooting HD video over film. While shooting film is cool – the added expense of film stock and film processing, not to mention eventual video transfer can greatly diminish your bank account.