Weekend Challenge: Introduce Yourself
For our 100th Challenge, make a video to creatively introduce yourself!
Directing 101 Featured
Being a director is no simple task, but with a bit of expert advice you'll be donning a beret and yelling action in no time.
Setting the Pace Featured
The pace of your shots have a huge impact on the mood your viewers experience when watching your videos. This lesson will show you some super basic principles to help you set the tone you're aiming for.
All About Drones 'n' Dronies
What with the ever-heightening popularity of drones in the videosphere, along with the recent birth of the “drone selfie,” it seems high time, indeed, for a fly-by lesson on aerial videography.
Monopod Mania Featured
Monopods, they aren't the jealous cousins of their more multi-limbed cousins, tripods. No, they are a force of camera stabilization to reckon with and can help take your shooting to another level. Learn how to use one along with some other cool tricks in this lesson.
Weekend Challenge: Convey a Color II
Show your true colors and make a video that expresses a hue of your choosing.
The Wonders of Slating
Slating, or using a clapperboard, is something you've probably seen in movies, but what is it and why is it done?
Nighttime Shooting with a DSLR
Shooting at night with your DSLR? This lesson will give you the tips for making your low light shots awesome.
Tech Tip - White Balance
When shooting video and digital, it's important to set the WHITE BALANCE. Scott spears talks about the different ways in this tech tip for beginners. FRAMELINES (http://www.framelines.tv)…
Film Ed Academy Of The Arts - Training Video
A video created for the Film Ed* Academy of the Arts Summer Workshop and for student training in film production.
The Big Ole Lens Test
A bunch of Boston area shooters got together for an informal look at how lenses of different costs (ranging from $450-$18K) looked on the same camera (a Panasonic AF-100) in the same…
Shutter speed test at 25fps
Testing the effect of shutter speed on a fast moving object when shooting video. Shot with two Canon 7Ds. This is the version with both cameras at 25fps and the baseline shutter speed…
How To Shoot With Tilt/Shift Lenses. Canon Cinema Caravan (2010)
from chicago, to the grand canyon and hoover damn, we really traveled far and wide to put this one together. the tilt/shift lenses can be a rather technical set to wrap your head around…
Exporting for Upload to Vimeo with Adobe Media Encoder CS4
Note: If your video is standard definition, set your data rate to 2000kbps and your display resolution to either 640x480 (4:3) or 640x360 (16:9). For more information and tutorials,…
Testing Canon's ISO noise in Video mode on the 60D
Technicolor just released a Picture Profile called CineStyle (bit.ly/lTApYK) for Canon DSLR's. It's similar to the SuperFlat style most users have defined for themselves,…
Light writing guide
Photographic light recording.
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