What it takes to work solo: Spotlight on Alba Lange
Being a film crew of one isn't easy, but Alba Lange is driven to create inventive videos with whatever resources she has.
Introducing Kathleen Lingo, producer of NY Times Op-Docs
The producer behind one of the most well-known short-form documentary platforms shares her take on curation and the art of shorts.
2014 staff favorites: "How did they do that?" edition
We selected three particularly perplexing pieces from our top 10 of 2014 list and decided to pick the brains of their makers.
Paul Trillo on 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 180Â° camera rig fashioned from 50 Nokia Lumia phones. Look out, Keanu.
Channeling '90s video game graphics with rad rotoscoping
Campbell Logan combined rotoscoping techniques with CG animation to create a super chill music video for D/A/D's "Orion Beach."
Fix it in post: Removing the boom (or other unwanted elements) from your shot
Boom in the shot? DP's reflection in the window? Before you scrap the footage, try this neat trick to remove unwanted elements from your shot!
Ryan Staake on shooting a 360-degree video, drone-style
Learn how filmmaker Ryan Staake used a drone and seven GoPros to create an epic 360Â° video.
How this duo heated things up with a thermal camera
We chatted with DP Adam Donald to learn how he adapted a thermal camera to capture art, rather than science, and to take his temperature on this technology as a medium.
A Q&A with the creator behind that magical snowflake video
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.