Starting out with Action Video Editing

Starting out with Action Video Editing

Action video editing is one of the toughest jobs people face as filmmakers. They need to select the right equipment, be confident in using the software, get the kind of shots they see in their head and choose music that fits in with their vision. With the price of top...
Making the most out of Travel Videography

Making the most out of Travel Videography

Travel videography is not always as fun and easy as it sounds on the surface.  When filmmakers go on the road, it can be far more complex to shoot and edit footage. They have the narrative to consider, plus the technical issues of shooting in an unfamiliar...
Making a Wild Winter Sports Film

Making a Wild Winter Sports Film

Whether it’s skiing, snowboarding, tobogganing or ice-climbing, winter sports can look fantastic on film, especially if captured from a first person perspective. It’s naturally dynamic and exciting to watch, with a speed and sense of danger that is hard to capture as...

Working with your GoPro Protune Footage

It wont take you long to stumble upon your gopro protune setting within the gopro menus after you first get one.  If you’re like I was when I first got my GoPro Hero 3 Black in 2013, you may even avoid tinkering in there until you know what the deal is.  Well...
Parkour: Mapping the Action

Parkour: Mapping the Action

When faced with filming a sport as exciting to watch as parkour, it can feel as if it’s hard to go wrong; however, that’s exactly why many filmmakers end up with material that’s not nearly as dynamic as it should be. Parkour is fantastic stuff for an action film but a...