POV (Point of View) Featured
Point of View (POV) is a camera perspective used in all sorts of videos. Learn what it is and why it can help your video viewers leap into experiencing your story.
Weekend Challenge: Seasons Past Featured
Summer is over for us Northern Hemispherians; what have you been up to?
All About C-stands
Used to execute various lighting and rigging tasks, C-stands are some of the most common objects you'll see on a set. In this lesson, you'll learn what they are and how to use them on your next shoot.
In-Camera Color and Image Settings
Learn how to utilize your DSLR's in-camera color and image settings to set the look and feel of your image before you even press record!
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.
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.
Weekend Challenge: 5 Second Film
How much can you cram into 5 seconds?
Slow Motion on a Budget
So you want to shoot a slow motion scene but don't have the funds for a high end slow motion camera? Here are a couple of techniques for achieving that slow-mo look without breaking the bank.
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,…
Framing and Composition
Basic framing and shot composition - in a minute! No point in droning on and on about the Rule of Thirds and all that nonsense, but if you can keep just one idea in mind when setting…
Timescapes: Timelapse Dolly Project
Get updates about my film and download my 1080p videos: timescapes.org http://twitter.com/timescapes I spent the last couple of nights testing my new dolly. It's custom made…
the tilt/shift lenses demystified. brought to you by canon live learning
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…
BOKEH ART ("Who Do You Love" by Sue Scrofa)
A Mini Music Video for "Who Do You Love" by Sue Scrofa off the album White Cat The effects are done in camera by manipulating the shapes of the Bokeh circles. [A knife,…
DSLR Episode #11: Using FD Lenses With HDSLRs
You can find the mount adapter here: http://tinyurl.com/2g2dul7 -- Website: http://dslrvideoshooter.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/calebpike Facebook: http://facebook.com/pages/DSLR-Video-Shooter/110744922316715
180 Degree Rule - Moviemaking Technique
Here's a video explaining what "the line" or the 180 degree rule is for beginning filmmakers. This video, and a whole series of video like this are now for sale at AMAZON.COM!…
How-to: Low Angle
finished piece: vimeo.com/448895 Made for the SHOOT for the EDIT Channel vimeo.com/theedit
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