Weekend Challenge: Show Us Your People!
Capture the culture and traditions you share with your loved ones.
Weekend Challenge: What I Like About You
Take the time to celebrate some people who deserve to be celebrated; it's the What I Like About You project!
Tripods, an Exposè!
Are your shots shakier than the San Andreas fault line? Do your attempts at smooth panning end up giving your viewers a case of vertigo? Well help is on the way! Let's learn about tripods!
POV (Point of View) Featured
Point of View (POV) is a camera perspective used in all sorts of videos. Learn what it is and why it can help your video viewers leap into experiencing your story.
All About Drones 'n' Dronies
What with the ever-heightening popularity of drones in the videosphere, along with the recent birth of the “drone selfie,” it seems high time, indeed, for a fly-by lesson on aerial videography.
Weekend Challenge: AirbnbShorts
This weekend we're shining the spotlight on an awesome contest with some amazing prizes, courtesy of Airbnb.
Holiday Video Tips Featured
Simple things to keep in mind when you start rolling on your holiday fun time extravaganzas.
Weekend Challenge: Variations on a Theme II
Pick a subject and mess with it! This weekend, we're looking at themes and variations.
Testing Canon's ISO noise in Video mode on the 60D
Technicolor just released a Picture Profile called CineStyle (bit.ly/lTApYK) for Canon DSLR's. It's similar to the SuperFlat style most users have defined for themselves,…
Framing and Composition
Basic framing and shot composition - in a minute! No point in droning on and on about the Rule of Thirds and all that nonsense, but if you can keep just one idea in mind when setting…
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…
BOKEH ART ("Who Do You Love" by Sue Scrofa)
A Mini Music Video for "Who Do You Love" by Sue Scrofa off the album White Cat The effects are done in camera by manipulating the shapes of the Bokeh circles. [A knife,…
DSLR Episode #11: Using FD Lenses With HDSLRs
You can find the mount adapter here: http://tinyurl.com/2g2dul7 -- Website: http://dslrvideoshooter.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/calebpike Facebook: http://facebook.com/pages/DSLR-Video-Shooter/110744922316715
Video Codecs: What to know - Filmmaking Tutorial
Want more tutorials like this? mediahalo.com/articles/?vim Want to see more about me, my equipment, samples, etc...? http://www.mediahalo.com/p/dlevine/?vim You can also make…
180 Degree Rule - Moviemaking Technique
Here's a video explaining what "the line" or the 180 degree rule is for beginning filmmakers. This video, and a whole series of video like this are now for sale at AMAZON.COM!…
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