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  • Rule of Thirds defined for Composition in filmmaking and photography

    Rule of Thirds defined for Composition in filmmaking and photography

    Some people say that having an eye for cinematography is something that a person is born with. Others will argue it can be learned. Personally, I think people are born with an eye for cinematography, and just like any other skill, it can be nurtured or deprived. That doesn't mean the skill can't be learned, but it's hard to argue that there are those gifted individuals who have a certain eye for making an image look amazing. ...
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  • Filmmaking Basics: Choosing the Framing of your Shot PART 1

    Filmmaking Basics: Choosing the Framing of your Shot PART 1

    Framing is a very important aspect of filmmaking. It helps a filmmaker relay the ideas and images of his or her story story to their audience. Without proper framing, a story can become unclear and distract or mislead the audience. Framing refers to the edges of the image that are composed in a shot. This image is referenced through a camera's viewfinder, LCD display, monitor, and event the final product shown on the Internet or Television. Below I have listed the 6 general types of framing used in film. TYPES OF FRAMING IN FILM ...
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  • 4 STEPS TO INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF GETTING ACCEPTED TO FILM SCHOOL

    4 STEPS TO INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF GETTING ACCEPTED TO FILM SCHOOL

    Many aspiring film students are finding it harder to get accepted to film schools because of the high attendance rate and competition among fellow entrants. So, what are some ways to make your application stand out among the rest? Start early and youíre sure to get in.



    1. GET SEROUS. Most wannabe film students have no real reason why they want to go to film school other than the fact that they like movies. So, you need to separate yourself and stand out from them. How...
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  • Beginning Filmmakers Frequently Asked Questions

    Beginning Filmmakers Frequently Asked Questions

    What camera should I start filming with?

    Any camera you can get your hands on. Beg, borrow, but donít steal. The most important thing is that youíre practicing what the world looks like through the eye of a lens. Even an old camcorder may not look pretty, but it will help you develop the skills and techniques you need to succeed.

    Where do I film? Anywhere and everywhere. Start by filming around your house. Create a movie script or scene that takes place inside a house or in...
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