Cinematography

Doug Daulton

Moviola & Mobile Cinematography

Recently, I discovered that Moviola has a huge, freely available library of educational videos and a well-curated collection of film-making advice from around the web.

Doug Daulton

The DV Rebel’s Guide

When I was just making the transition from producing websites to producing content, a friend pointed me at this book. Now, I return the favor by sharing it with you.

Scott Bourne

Moment Lenses For Smartphones

We bit the bullet and ordered a set of Moment gear for our iPhone 11 Pro Max. Moment makes everything from phone cases, to lenses and other accessories that the aspiring shutterbug (or filmmaker) would ever want.

The Hobbit Google+ Hangout with Peter Jackson, Evangeline Lilly and Richard Armitage - youtube
Doug Daulton

Peter Jackson on Fight Scenes as Story

Peter Jackson discusses the value of framing combat sequences, particularly long ones, so they hold the viewer’s attention by advancing the stories of the central characters.

Scott Bourne

First Look @ FiLMiC Pro

Could a smartphone replace your “real” camera? Well now it seems, that some people have just decided the answer to that question is “yes.”

Scott Bourne

Filmic Releases DoubleTake

Filmic continues to demonstrate its loyalty to mobile filmmakers by releasing DoubleTake, a standalone app that transforms your iPhone into a mobile multi-cam studio.

Doug Daulton

Hyperlapse delivers smooth POV time lapse

Today, I came across a technology called Hyperlapse from Microsoft that could bring new life to my project. My old footage would likely remain on the shelf because Hyperlapse solves the problem a different way. Have a look.