Do More With Your DSLR II: Building a Rig Featured
When it comes to DSLRs, rigs are all the rage. Find out what they are, how to use one, and other great tips for keeping your shots stable from the Bui brothers!
360º Building Capture
Interested in a bit of hometown adventuring? Learn a revolutionary way to capture buildings from all angles in this latest lesson.
Behind the Glass Part 1: An Introduction to Lenses Featured
Join Blake as Vincent Laforet explains the world of lenses. Learn how to distinguish a prime from a zoom lens and more!
Lens flares can add a bit of, yes, flair, to your shots. Read on to learn how you can incorporate these bursts of beauty while shooting or in post-production.
What are those dreamy circles of light in every scene shot at night? Let's go over the basics of bokeh, and learn how this blurred background effect can help you create a little bit of movie magic.
The Art of Lens Whacking
Lens whacking, also called free lensing, is a method of shooting with the lens detached from the camera body. It allows light leaks, creates a tilt shift focus effect, and adds a dreamlike, vintage quality to your footage.
Always Remember Memory Cards!
A breakdown of the in-camera storage devices for your videos - memory cards!
Ep. 2: Best Practices
With just a few technical adjustments, your mobile videos will look better than ever.
Time-Lapse and Photo-Video Techniques
Here are some of the camera techniques I used in the "Every Photo Shot For The Conan O’Brien Title Sequence" video I put up. Many people have asked how I did the time-lapse,…
Chapter 10 - Alternative Animation Techniques
This How-To explains the various Alternative Animation Techniques, such as Greenscreen and Light Painting styles. To see these techniques utilized in-context, check out Surreality…
HDMI/Composite HD/HD-SDI DIY portable capture station tutorial
DOWNLOAD FIRST GENERATION CINEFORM files on my blog............. http://www.henryolonga.net/Blog/?p=674 This is a tutorial for those people who want to capture the highest quality…
Light Writing Proposal
This long exposure, and the making of footage, were shot over three nights in Raleigh, North Carolina as a proposal to Emily Kern. The words "Emily, will you marry me?"…
A tutorial I put together back in 2007. It covers how to shoot a timelapse using a DSLR and intevelometer. The tutorial covers everything from settings you should use to making the…
How To Shoot A Wedding Ceremony. Canon Cinema Caravan (2010)
the fifth of our tutorials with the last to debut next week. this one is all about lens choice, camera placement, and overall coverage of a wedding ceremony with EOS cameras. brought…
How To Shoot With Tilt/Shift Lenses. Canon Cinema Caravan (2010)
from chicago, to the grand canyon and hoover damn, we really traveled far and wide to put this one together. the tilt/shift lenses can be a rather technical set to wrap your head around…
Timescapes: Timelapse Dolly Project
Get updates about my film and download my 1080p videos: timescapes.org http://twitter.com/timescapes I spent the last couple of nights testing my new dolly. It's custom made…
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