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Mondays have such a bad rap, what with being the official destroyer of weekends and all, but over here in Vimeo Town, they are cause for interwebular celebration. A new week means a fresh batch of videos to watch, techniques to learn, and gear to salivate over. Don't believe me? Ready some confetti and prepare to have your doubts blown asunder.
Using stitched-together images taken from the International Space Station, Knate created this stunning nocturnal time-lapse of an illuminated Earth.
Speaking of space, Vimeo Video School is, to our knowledge, the coolest educational facility in the Milky Way. Have you checked out our latest lessons yet?
+ J-Cuts & L-Cuts
You've probably seen J-cuts and L-cuts in all sorts of videos and movies — they're used to juxtapose images and sound in strangely wonderful ways. Learn how to identify them and impress your pals.
+ Exploring Hard Drives
Hard drives may not be the sexiest pieces of equipment, but they will keep your footage safe and sound. Which, if you think about it, is actually kinda sexy. We did some research to help you pick the best drive for your needs.
In other news, the Internets are abuzz today with talk of Canon's EOS M. This small camera packs a huge image sensor and is the latest addition to the mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera (MILC) category. Want more on MILCs? We've got you covered.
A full rundown of this shiny new toy is available from our friends at B&H. And tell us what you think — is the EOS M worth the hype?
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