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  1. $40 tripod with 'fluid' ballhead, 17LB capacity - Review - Filmmaking (shot C100)

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    from Darren Levine Liked 2,456 27 7

    Check it out: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004RBX0GO/?tag=viewnow-20 Background music: Sneaky Snitch by Kevin MacLeod (Incompetech.com) What kind of tripod can $40 get you these days? Even i was…

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    • $350 spinning set.

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      from Justin Fredrick Clark Liked 100K 523 43

      We built this set and tore it down for $350 in 1week. It was for a work project. It was a blast, we literaly made it up as we built it. Practically everything was borrowed, the car rims, the casters,…

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      • A guide to the Letus Extreme & 35mm adaptors

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        from Philip Bloom Liked 28.2K 325 105

        A video made to explain what exactly it can do for you and to give you more information.

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        • BEHIND THE SCENES PHOTO SHOOT - with Simeon Quarrie

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          from VIVIDA Liked 22.4K 198 18

          ‘Rescued by Love’ was a concept pre-wedding shoot that I thought of after hearing Kyra and Melvin’s life story. I really wanted to create a sequence of images that represented their…

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          • Creativity, Cash and Tools: The Making of an Indie Film - Part 1

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            from Pro Coalitions Liked 383 1 0

            Award winning filmmakers explore their path to festival fame as they illuminate the creative and pragmatic execution of their vision. How did they develop their story, find their funding, and what…

          • Depth of Field Explained (by snodart.com)

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            from NT Liked 59.8K 869 36

            this video is reprint at snodart.com(http://snodart.com/tutorials.php)

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            • DIY Aerial Rig

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              from naimul opu Liked 429 11 0

              Use a jet plane as a vehicle for aerial photography. Think you are a passenger of a plane. You have gotten a window sit. Going far and have a camera with you. So why not take some aerial photos…

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              • DIY camera motion control

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                from Martin Koch Liked 49.2K 247 21

                A detailed description of this project: http://canon-hf100.blogspot.com/2009/07/diy-camera-motion-control_09.html An example video: http://www.vimeo.com/5535135

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                • DIY Dolly - Filmmaking Tutorial 13

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                  from Tom Antos Liked 8,828 136 2

                  In this tutorial I explain how I build a great camera dolly for a $120.You can use it for small and big cameras. Also, this dolly rides smoothly on all surfaces since it uses tracks, just like the…

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                  • DSLR Episode #6: How to Remove Horizontal Band Lines from DSLR Footage

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                    from Caleb Pike Liked 40.2K 271 17

                    Production Note: [Sorry about my voice. Had a cold] In this episode I show you how to remove those nasty brown horizontal band lines from your footage. These lines can sometimes show up when shooting…

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                    • DSLR lighting tutorial and music video technique

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                      from Oregon Filmmaker Liked 9,811 149 20

                      www.oregonfilmmaker.com Join me Tim Cash Oregon Filmmaker as I take you on a journey of discovery. we'll discuss the world of filmmaking from behind-the-scene's to gear reviews and even…

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                      • Flight

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                        from Bruce Birnbaum Liked 2,363 86 23

                        Flight: LAX - JFK - LAX. Music: "The Time To Run" by Dexter Britain. Licensed by The Music Bed. My other aviation related videos: https://vimeo.com/album/3417500

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