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How to colour grade in Adobe Premiere Pro

Colour grading is the process of improving an image or video’s appearance by altering various attributes (temperature, tint, contrast, white balance and so forth). It’s a hugely important aspect of post production. In fact, within filmmaking as a whole. There are multiple ways to colour grade within Adobe Premiere Pro, so we thought we would […]

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How to remove background noise in Premiere Pro

Want to know how remove background noise from your audio for FREE inside Adobe Premiere Pro? We’ll show you how to remove audio noise in 6 simple steps.

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What filmmakers can learn from the Frozen films

Find out about the three filmmaking elements that have made Frozen and Frozen 2 a success.

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How to sync your audio to your video in Premiere Pro

Want to save hours of frustration by automatically syncing your audio to your video? Check this tutorial out and do it fro free!

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A guide to affordable vintage lenses for filmmaking and videography

Want to get your hands on some cool vintage lenses but don’t know where to start? We’ve got a list of affordable lenses for you.

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Can you charge more from clients by adding a matte box to your camera rig?

If you’ve never used a matte box before check out this article to find out why you should start using one today!

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How music can help filmmakers create fear in their horror scene

Learn how filmmakers use various musical and visual cues to evoke fear in their audience. Try it yourself by downloading Filmstro for free.

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How to use copyrighted music in your YouTube videos

Want to use copyrighted music in your YouTube videos? Here’s how you can!

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Scare the sh*t out of your audience by knowing how to use music in your horror scenes

Learn the art of using the perfect musical and audio elements in your horror movie to scare your audience to death!

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