Scary Special Effects: Part Boo! Featured
We're back with more spooky effects that will leave you shaking in your boots!
Three Tricks For Your Impossibly Small Film Crew Featured
As long as you have a camera, a friend, and an idea, you can make your movie!
Fix it in Post: Removing the boom (or other unwanted elements) from your shot
Boom in the shot? DP's reflection in the window? Before you scrap the footage, try this neat trick to remove unwanted elements from your shot!
Weekend Challenge: Short and Spooky
This weekend, give someone goosebumps in under a minute. If you've got it, haunt it.
10 Second Challenge: Holiday Video
We know it's hard to capture video over the holidays, so we've come up with a project to help you film those moments in a quick, unique way.
Creator Q&A: Catch a snowflake on your camera, not your tongue
Physics major and time-lapse master Vyacheslav Ivanov mesmerized us with his video of magically forming snowflakes. We asked him to reveal his snowy secrets.
Do-It-Yourself Bicycle Camera Mount Featured
Learn how to build a bicycle camera mount just in time for the summer!
Weekend Challenge: Kid Director
This week we're challenging you to put a kid in the director's seat to make a video where a child is the main creative force behind the production.
$.50 Follow Focus
Quick description of a home-made follow focus A) Marking board 1)measure the outer diameter of your lens 2) cut a ring in a piece of cardboard. The inner circle of the ring should…
Interior DIY Car Mount Test - Canon Rebel T2i
Interior DIY Car Mount Test Shot with a Canon Rebel T2i. It's overexposed, but you get the point. There are photos of the rig after the clip. Thanks. Music By, Johnny Quest
Mic Stand Steadycam
Here's a little howto for my diy stabilizer. I know there's tons of videos like that out there. But I've never seen anyone make one out of a mic stand. It's kind…
Remote Motorized Camera Head for $40 Pan and Tilt
I adapted a motorized light I bought from Jaycar for $40 and took the light out and mounted a Canon HV10. Useful for setting up shots where a camera man can't go for example Hard…
rolling shutter - LCD shutter experiment
An experimental way to solve the rolling shutter problem of CMOS sensors.
Here are two examples of the first tests of my homemade Glidetrack. I bought 1,5 mtr of Drylin W-profile for €108,- (including a baseplate with sliders) and mounted it between…
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