Advanced Green Screen Featured
Our Senior Editor + Motion Designer Bill Bergen takes us through the advanced green screen effects used in a new Vimeo original!
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.
Always Remember Memory Cards!
A breakdown of the in-camera storage devices for your videos - memory cards!
An Introduction to Color Correction Featured
Learn three different methods to subtly touch up your video with color correction in Final Cut Pro and After Effects and Magic Bullet Looks.
An Introduction to Flying Camera Stabilizers
Flying camera stabilizers are awesome apparatuses that help you get smooth shots in places where a dolly won’t cut it. Read on to learn the history of these useful devices and get practical tips for making the most of them.
An Introduction to Three-Point Lighting
Learn the most basic form of lighting a subject for film and video using a triumvirate of light sources.
Art of the Vidblog Featured
Tips on how to make compelling video memory makers called vidblogs.
Aspect Ratios Explained
4:3, 16:9, 2.39:1?! This isn't some sort of crazy spy code, they're aspect ratios. Learn more about them in this handy lesson.
Basic Glidecam Setup
Glidecams are great for smoothing out your shots. Learn how to set one up so you can achieve natural camera movement.
Batteries are an essential part of any camera. Learn the basics of powering up to get your video rolling.
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