Understanding resolution for video


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Understanding resolution for video

I delayed talking about resolution with video until now, because I wanted to introduce you first to some general things that make video different than photography. I didn't want you to get caught up in a lot of numbers and technology before you really started to get a feel for the video medium itself. In photography, you can change resolution at will. In fact, camera manufacturers are constantly changing resolution to try to get you to buy the newest and latest camera with higher resolution. There are cameras that shoot at 10 megapixels, 15 megapixels, 20 megapixels and more.

HD video is totally different. it has two resolutions and only two resolutions. It doesn't matter how expensive your camera is, how big the sensor is, even how many megapixels your camera has. HD video still has only two resolutions. They are simply called 1080 and 720 HD. This is a big deal. Photographers are used to cropping their photos, taking part of an image and getting rid of the rest, changing the sha...

Understanding resolution for video
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Understanding resolution for video provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Rob Sheppard as part of the Video for Photographers: Shooting with a DSLR

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