Control the Sun With a Matte Box
So you've got a really great shot, but it's ruined by pesky lens flares. What to do? Matte box to the rescue!
If you're new to shooting with a DSLR, here are some things you'll need to know about lenses.
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.
Display Tech: Home Projectors
Bright lights, big screen, how do home projectors work their magic?
Video 101: Choosing a Camera Featured
Average Joe wants to get started making videos, but he isn't sure where to even begin with picking out a camera. Never fear, Andrea from Vimeo is here to save the day!
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!
Behind the Glass Part 2: Focal Length Featured
Focal length is a critical element of lens selection. Watch and learn as Vincent teaches Blake the basics of choosing the best lenses for different scenarios.
TV/Computer Connection Guide
You have a computer and a TV, but like lousy roommates they don't talk to each other. Read on to find out how to make the two become best friends!
Canon EOS C300 = Awesome
In early Fall 2011, I shot some footage with a pre-production model of the Canon EOS C300 for one week in NYC. I created an article and a video for Canon based on my experiences with…
The Big Ole Lens Test
A bunch of Boston area shooters got together for an informal look at how lenses of different costs (ranging from $450-$18K) looked on the same camera (a Panasonic AF-100) in the same…
REVIEW: ePhoto LED Panels
I have been super impressed with this LED panel. Here are some of my thoughts. Find links and more information here: http://dslrvideoshooter.com/?p=2699 ePhoto 600: http://tinyurl.com/3zovw58 ePhoto…
DIY Camera Slider Dolly (the sequel)
About a year ago, I posted a down & dirty DIY camera roller video that was pretty popular in the DIY gear community. Ov course, using something for a year you naturally make modifications,…
Quick Take: How To Clean Your Lenses Wide Open Camera Style.
Here is a Quick Take on how we clean the front element on our lenses here in Hollywood. Some of the products in this video may be readily available at your photo supply shop. I highly…
DSLR Episode #13: Prime Lenses
Sigma 30mm: http://tinyurl.com/4nx84fu Canon 50mm: http://tinyurl.com/4v3cjgv Nikkor Lenses: http://tinyurl.com/475xvdo Nikon to EOS Adapter: http://tinyurl.com/4f7csuk
DSLR Episode #10: $20 Dollar Shoulder Rig For HDSLR Use.
UPDATE: I used this rig on a music video and it performed with flying colors. From high action shots to simple handheld it rocked: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XcVw6dfD7E0 You can…
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