What is color grading, and how is it different from color correction? And what about color timing? It’s understandable that new filmmakers might have trouble figuring out the differences. The approach and language of color correction has changed as film technology has changed. Essentially, color grading and color correction both refer to digitally altering the
Many filmmakers learned their craft by going to film school – but is it really necessary? Although financial aid is available, USC’s undergraduate tuition for 2019-2020 is estimated to be $58,262 per year, and graduate tuition in the producing and screenwriting MFA programs is $47,000-$52,000. Is it worth the cost? It seems like there are
Want to create your own film school for free? Read professional screenplays! Every year during Oscar season (which goes from around November until the Oscars in February), film studios make their Oscar screenplays (for the films that hope to win Best Screenplay) available online. This is so that awards voters can read them and make
Always be open to learning, being mentored, going on other people’s set to see how they do things. This is an ever-changing art form and growth should never stop being a part of your journey as a cinematographer.
Have you been keeping up with what filmmakers are doing lately? When it comes to camera trends 2019, it’s not always just cameras that are changing – it’s all the accessories that work with your camera as part of your whole unit. YouTuber Crimson Engine attended NAB 2019, the annual National Association of Broadcasters trade
The Joker is now the top-grossing R-rated film of all time. As of December 3, 2019, the Warner Brothers film made roughly $1.049 billion at the global box office, enough to dethrone Deadpool, which made $783 million worldwide when it was released back in 2016. The Joker is now also the biggest October opening of