For the first time in ten years, I crossed the 180 degree line on myself. Some helpful advice when conducting interviews.Read more "I Crossed the 180 on Myself"
Last week I talked about the first of two “180 degree” filmmaking rules: the 180 degree line. Today I’m going to write about perhaps the most commonly broken rule that I’ve noticed among professional videographers, in particular DSLR filmmakers: the 180 degree shutter angle rule. I think most people break this rule because frankly, they […]Read more "The 180s of Filmmaking: Part 2 – The Most Commonly Broken Rule"
In the world of filmmaking there are two “rules” which each share the same name. The 180 degree rule. One has to do with the position of your camera with respect to your actors/subjects. The other has to do with the relation of shutter speed and frame rate. Both “rules” are established to improve the […]Read more "The Two 180s of Filmmaking – Part 1: Don’t Cross the Line"