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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.
Capturing Good Sound Featured
Sound can be a pretty daunting aspect of any shoot, professional or amateur. Check out this lesson for a break down on capturing great sound for your video!
Do you like color? Do you like detail? It's time to step your game up by shooting with a polarizing filter. Not sure what that is? We won't hold it against you. Just read on!
Keeping Cords in Order
Cords are the lifelines of digital video production. It's important to take care of them properly, and in this lesson we'll show you how.
Display Tech: HDTV Buzzwords
Cut through the marketing buzzwords and learn what's actually important when buying a new TV!
How To Stop Shaky Camera Syndrome Featured
A shaky video can sometimes make your video look amateurish. In this lesson you can learn what the proper tools are to make your shots look smooooooth.
Viewfinders and Monitors: Tools to Help You Focus
Attaining a sharp image is arguably one of the most important but challenging aspects of shooting. Fortunately, tools like viewfinders and monitors can help you get around the limitations of your camer's LCD screen.
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