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12 Less Known Features of Resolve 16

DaVinci Resolve has been moving by leap and bounds with a multitude of new capabilities added over time. It started out as a pure color grading software and then it slowly transformed into a complete post-production suite, expanding from editing and grading to compositing in Fusion and

12 Camera Angles to Enhance Your Films

One of the advantages of the digital revolution is that it made filmmaking accessible for many folks who were instead left out from the industry in the past. After all, there’s a limited number of people who can work in high-end, big-budget movies. But nowadays it’s no

Mavic Air vs Spark – Which One is Right for You?

It’s been a while since the first drones dropped on the market creating a small earthquake in indie filmmaking. Aerial photography used to be a prerogative of big-budget productions, often shot using helicopters, so the affordability of these small things that could fly and capture decent quality

Best Video Editing Apps for Android in 2020

There’s a dream that many indie filmmakers hope will someday become true. That is having the ability to edit videos on the go with minimal hardware needed. When the iPad was introduced to the masses, many of us thought that the scenario in question was just behind

Tips on How to Properly Expose S-Log2

Sony is one of the most popular brands among independent filmmakers. The company has always been in the high-end camera market but has slowly entered the field where smaller brands prevailed. Now we have a lot of small mirrorless cameras available out there with great specs and