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An explanation of aspect ratio and how it changes depending on where you exhibit your work as well as how you can use it to your advantage.

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When it comes to making a new, fantastic film, filmmakers are willing to go to any length to ensure that the final product is flawless. However, they, like basically everyone in any job, are frequently confronted with a variety of issues. They must overcome nu

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For years, the classic 4:3 (or 1.33/1.37) aspect ratio has been on life support. What was once the standard aspect ratio of motion picture film, began to fizzle out as early as the 1950’s when various widescreen formats were introduced, such as cinemascope. But even as film moved away from 4:3, television still hung on to the aging format long after. For decades, the wider formats (1.85 and 2.35) were seen as “movie formats” and 4:3 was seen as a “TV format”. It wasn’t until the early 2000s…

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Learn what aspect ratio means in photography, and why it's important. How to avoid unwanted cropping when printing photos at different sizes.

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PRINT SIZE When printing a digital image the image’s dimensions and resolution are used to determine the maximum print size the image can...

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With the new iOS 8 software update for Apple, we can now take a photo and enhance it right inside of the camera roll. Here’s How: Pull out your iPhone or iPad. Open up a photo in your camera roll Clic

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Wondering how to make a storyboard that communicates your vision? This guide will walk you through every step with storyboard examples.

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Aspects ratios are more than just the shape of your visuals onscreen. They help viewers interpret and relate to what they’re seeing.

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