Weekend Challenge: Seasons Past Featured
Summer is over for us Northern Hemispherians; what have you been up to?
Monopod Mania Featured
Monopods, they aren't the jealous cousins of their more multi-limbed cousins, tripods. No, they are a force of camera stabilization to reckon with and can help take your shooting to another level. Learn how to use one along with some other cool tricks in this lesson.
Creator Q&A: Catch a snowflake on your camera, not your tongue
Physics major and time-lapse master Vyacheslav Ivanov mesmerized us with his video of magically forming snowflakes. We asked him to reveal his snowy secrets.
Weekend Challenge: Kid Director
This week we're challenging you to put a kid in the director's seat to make a video where a child is the main creative force behind the production.
Three Tricks For Your Impossibly Small Film Crew Featured
As long as you have a camera, a friend, and an idea, you can make your movie!
Weekend Challenge: Find Your Center
This weekend, we challenge YOU to create your very own symmetrical masterpiece! Conceptualize, shoot and edit a video (no more than one minute in length) using only shots where the subject is centered.
10 Second Challenge: Holiday Video
We know it's hard to capture video over the holidays, so we've come up with a project to help you film those moments in a quick, unique way.
Weekend Challenge: Short and Spooky
This weekend, give someone goosebumps in under a minute. If you've got it, haunt it.
35mm Adapter Tutorial Walkthrough 4
This is the final part 4 of 4 videos showing how I built my DIY lens adapter. Have fun :)
Atari Remote Shutter for Canon DSLR cameras
More information, visit http://thiagoavancini.com/experiments/atari-remote-shutter-for-canon-dslr-cameras/
Camera Slider Tutorial - build it easy - a professional Cam slider / glider
Hello, this is my Camera Slider Tutorial. It show you how easy it is to build up a professional slider. This DIY Slider is realy a PRO-SLIDER. Optional - you can build it up with…
Canon PowerShot S95 1920x1080 Time Lapse Tutorial
A short tutorial on making high definition time lapses using the Canon PowerShot S95 camera, an eraser and a rubber band!
Cheesy SteadiCam DSLR Stabilizer Info
I'll try to post more about my DIY adventures at http://cheesycam.com/?p=18 People have asked me about what I used to make the stabilizer. So i've revised the video a bit…
Cleaning a Focusing Screen
Looked everywhere, and nobody had any solid info on how to do this. The screen in my adapter has a few spots on it (as seen in my previous 'Apples' video). I looked up how…
Crazy DSLR Rig Contraption How-To!
Don't spend thousands of dollars on an expensive DSRL rig for your new Canon video set up! For a just a couple bucks and using common household materials you can create this INSANELY…
DIY - Folly, or Felt-Dolly
I took this with an HV20. Take a board, wrap and staple some felt around it (fleece will also do). Screw some boards to the bottom to raise it up a bit (so the picture frame doesn't…
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