Directing – Shot Size and Selection

A creative variable crucial to the director’s visual vocabulary and storytelling toolbox is shot size, which refers to the size of the subject in your frame.

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Getting Optimum Chromakey Results

Chroma key works by recognizing a single video color (blue, green, or black) and replacing those pixels with a background image. We understand that everyone wants to do this in the space of a small closet. You can and the results will show it. Or you can use the least amount of space for an optimum setup.

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Using Canted Shots to Convey Tension

Canted shots are composed with a camera tilted laterally, so that the horizon is not level and vertical lines run diagonally across the frame.

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How Does GreenScreen Work?

How do you move characters around in a world that lives only in your imagination? By following this easy step-by-step guide to going green.

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Shooting in Black and White

Black and white imagery gives a feeling of elegance to a photo or video, but there’s more to creating the art than simply turning off the color saturation in your editing program.

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Making a Music Video

5 Top Tips to create the best look for your music video

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Shots and Composition: A Breakdown

A film is made up of a series of photographic images and each image in the film is commonly referred to as a frame.

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The Divine Proportion: Balancing the Golden Rule

Nature created it; visual artists follow it.

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