Creator Q&A: Faking Paper
VFX artist Pingo van der Brinkloev gives us a glimpse into his in-depth tutorial series on creating a paper city animation in Cinema 4D.
Creator Q&A: Capturing NYC moments with a new spin on bullet-time
Paul Trillo puts a spin (literally) on the bullet-time camera effect popularized by The Matrix with his pivoting 180° camera rig fashioned from 50 Nokia Lumia phones. Look out, Keanu.
Creator Q&A: Catch a snowflake on your camera, not your tongue
Physics major and time-lapse master Vyacheslav Ivanov mesmerized us with his video of magically forming snowflakes. We asked him to reveal his snowy secrets.
Weekend Challenge: Palindrome
This week, split it right down the middle with a palindromic film.
Three Tricks For Your Impossibly Small Film Crew Featured
As long as you have a camera, a friend, and an idea, you can make your movie!
360º Building Capture
Interested in a bit of hometown adventuring? Learn a revolutionary way to capture buildings from all angles in this latest lesson.
Face Rip Tutorial
Learn how we made a gory face rip special effect scene with After Effects!
How To Make a Prosthetic Mask Featured
Learn how to make a realistic looking mask for your next video project or if you're considering erasing your current identity.
A Case Study in Gaining Exposure for your Film
Get an insider's perspective on getting your story seen with the folks from Short of the Week in this latest Vimeo Video School Lesson.
Dynamic Range Defined
"Dynamic range" and "latitude" may sound like scary cinematographer words, but we think you're ready to be edified. In this lesson we'll define dynamic range and latitude, and learn some nifty tricks to increase them to attain perfectly exposed footage.
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