TV/Computer Connection Guide
You have a computer and a TV, but like lousy roommates they don't talk to each other. Read on to find out how to make the two become best friends!
Keeping Cords in Order
Cords are the lifelines of digital video production. It's important to take care of them properly, and in this lesson we'll show you how.
Frame Rate Vs. Shutter Speed - Setting The Record Straight Featured
Nowadays, with so much technological jargon being thrown around, it can be easy to forget certain concepts or confuse them for other ones. A prime example of this is demonstrated by the confusion between frame rates and shutter speeds. Let’s taken a minute to clarify.
Keeping your Lens Clean!
A clean lens can be the difference between an awesome shot and a terrible one. Learn how to keep your cameras' most important feature ready for action!
Image Sensors Featured
Learn what an image sensor is and what it does! Why is it important to know about when you're buying your camera?
Do you like color? Do you like detail? It's time to step your game up by shooting with a polarizing filter. Not sure what that is? We won't hold it against you. Just read on!
Display Tech: Home Projectors
Bright lights, big screen, how do home projectors work their magic?
Video 101: Shooting Basics Featured
Average Joe is at the park with his buddies shooting video with his new camera. Its a lot of fun, but a little confusing. Maybe Dan can help him out, whether Joe likes it or not.
Vincent Laforet - DSLR Rig Custom Configuration Intro
Go to http://blog.vincentlaforet.com/mygear/configurations/ for DETAILED information on this kit - including details on every single piece in this configuration.
How to: Use a superclamp and articulated arm for support
Wanted to share the use I've found for a super clamp and articulated arm combination. It will fasten on anything it can grip and makes a nice steady hand hold. It will not replace…
Flip Ultra HD DIY Lens Hack
A couple of people have asked me how I get the wide-angle interior car shots in some of my videos. Here's a very quickly thrown together (and admittedly very long) video that…
35mm Lens Adapters
35mm lens adapters cost thousands to buy, hundreds to build, degrade the objective technical quality of your video and make your camcorder an entire magnitude more difficult to use.…
5Dmk2/7D lens comparison test
This is a short test with the tripod in the same spot switching between prime lenses to show how the crop affects the 7D. The subject, ace stand in Chris Clement, was roughly five…
Shoot video UNDERWATER for less than $19!!!
I recently made this fantastic underwater video camera housing for only $19, and have used it to capture some great underwater footage. 2013 update:- Ian Usher - Traveller, Adventurer,…
Tech Tip - C-stands
The most common and useful tool in all gripology is the C-Stand. Scott Spears talks about its many uses for this tech tip for beginners. FRAMELINES (http://www.framelines.tv) is…
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