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.
Acting 101 Featured
To be, or not to be? We may never know for sure, but it isn't as hard as you'd think to convincingly deliver your favorite Bill Shakespeare lines. We got some tips on the basics of acting to help you pull off Hamlet — or a guy trying to save the world from asteroids — with total confidence.
Coverage & Cutaways
Prepare your editor with choices in the cutting room by capturing enough coverage and cutaways during your shoot!
Weekend Challenge: Words of Wisdom
Take a little time to pass on some good advice for the betterment of humanity!
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.
Behind the Glass Part 3: Depth of Field Featured
What do a barbarian and an astronaut have in common? They both want to teach you about depth of field. Don't believe us? Read on!
Weekend Challenge: A Unique Point of View
We challenge you to create a short narrative utilizing several unique POV shots.
What are those dreamy circles of light in every scene shot at night? Let's go over the basics of bokeh, and learn how this blurred background effect can help you create a little bit of movie magic.
Me Right Now freezing cold.
Freezing cold? Have a nice warm coat, also for your camera! Inside the www.Almi.Ru is my Sony FX1000 but there are also coats for several other cameras like Canon A1 and Sony EX1 EX3…
Know What You're Shooting
Becky Kagan, Owner of Liquid Productions, LLC gives you tips and tricks to shooting both topside and underwater video. When you jump into the water to shoot video or stills do you…
Simple Low-light photography tips from Photojojo
Taking photos in low light can be hard... they'll turn out dark or blurry, or your flash blows 'em out and they look like crud. Here's a few super simple tips for making…
Lightpainting How-to with Photojojo!
Seen those cool ads where they they draw things in mid-air using streaks of light in their photos? It's super easy. All you need is your camera, a tripod, some flashlights, and…
Shooting High-Key Portraits
A quick video explaining how to shoot high-key portraits with two lights and a Lastolite HiLite background.
Tripfilms.com: How to Make a Travel Video
I was asked to share my filming techniques and create a "how to: video for the filming community at Tripfilms.com.
Night Photography 101
The video of a lecture on Night Photography that was presented to the International Photographic Society on 20 May 2009
Using a Canon HDSLR (5D Mark II) as a webcam for skype or ustream
At http://planet5d.com, we do live interviews via UStream and we use Skype to help out with that. And, since we're all about covering the new Canon HDSLRs like the Canon EOS 5D…
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