Learn from a case study on how to tackle styling challenges in film and photography production, emphasizing the need for quick decision-making and collaboration.
Delve into the art of choosing the right camera equipment for small-scale projects, using a practical example from Nara, Japan.
Learn how a photography project adjusted its strategy and costs to meet client budget constraints, providing insights into cost optimization for business projects.
Explore the nuances of casting in Japan. This blog offers guidance on selecting male and female models who embody a blend of professionalism and natural allure, perfect for your next project.
Filmmaking in Japan is as exciting as it is challenging. Understand the vital role of production insurance in the Japanese film industry with this in-depth guide from DFS Productions.
A behind-the-scenes look at the PSG Japan tour in Osaka, showcasing the power of digital cinema in capturing the energy and excitement of live events.
Location scouting is an indispensable aspect of film production, often overlooked in the digital age. This article discusses its importance, shares a case study, and highlights the value of working with experienced production support providers.
Drone flights in Japan face increasing restrictions and a complex regulatory landscape. With new laws constantly being added or updated, obtaining permission for even small flights can require a lengthy and formal process. In this post, we explore the challenges of flying drones in Japan and provide insights into a recent project that required special permission. If you’re considering drone services in Japan, read on to learn what to expect and how to prepare.
The light is not so much manipulated as it is perfectly controlled. I don’t think it is possible to manipulate light perfectly outdoors, but it is possible to manipulate light to a certain extent indoors by blocking out all ambient light. What should be praised, however, are the unintended effects of changes in time and place that cannot be captured intentionally, and I do not necessarily believe that a beautiful visual world can be created if everything is done exactly as thought out in the mind.
Traditionally, a large amount of CM/documentary-production demands from foreign productions to local crew have been concentrated on supportive tasks like AC, camera, gaffer, sound recordist, PA and the like. […]