After much procrastination and ‘research’ I was finally spurred into action by the sight of eight Polish guys hauling old building junk into a skip. One quick negotiation with the Gaffer later and I had the piece of splintered and stained plywood that would become my Dolly. Watch on…
DIY Track and [...]
Here’s how latest tip which teaches you how to do the Dolly Zoom. It’s the effect that can be seen in Jaws when Chief Brody is on crowded beach waiting for a shark attack and after a couple of false alarms finally, in horror, sees the shark…
Paul Elliott of Blunt Productions shows how to make different types of fake blood with a couple of simple ingredients.
Hi all. We are back from our holidays and have got a lot of projects planned. We’ve been concentrating our efforts on writing feature films but have also got some more zero budget tips planned and ready to make. Over the summer we were given our own category (zero budget tips) on the [...]
OK zero budget filmmakers it’s time to learn how to get fluid tracking shots over rough terrian, clearing cars and other obstacles and not have to pay the outrageous fees they charge for hiring steadicams, steadicam juniors, jimmy jibs, cherry picker cranes, dollys and track or all that other stuff that usually goes for [...]
It’s shockingly easy to make reality TV, and here’s what the networks don’t want you to know… it’s shockingly cheap too. All you need is this guide to ‘spicing it up’ a bit…
Zero budget tips on how to make a spooky ghost hunting show using two people, one house, and one cheap camera.
No, it’s not a book by Dan Brown, it’s our film showing how you make a background transparent without using a bluescreen or greenscreen. It’s called Difference Keying and it’s a bastard to get right!
Coming soon to Blunt Production: we bring you Extreme Haunting. Really it’s a film making tip showing you how to film a faux ghost documentary.