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Get simple solutions to the most common video lighting challenges, such as controlling exposure in bright locations, using available light, working without power, and enhancing lighting in post.
Learn the technical aspects of shooting with DSLR cameras, including frame size and rate, compression, and exposure, and get tips on troubleshooting common technical problems and setting up multicamera shoots.
Learn the pros and cons behind using a prime lens for photography and video production.
Learn the essential gear every video professional needs to capture better angles, control the camera remotely, stabilize shaky footage, check focus and exposure, and more.
Explore the different camera and lens options for digital video. Learn about the difference between cropped and full-sized sensors, prime vs. zoom lenses, and shooting with a Canon, Nikon, Blackmagic, iPhone, or GoPro camera.
Join Emmy-winning filmmaker Eduardo Angel on set at a beautiful winery in Oregon, where he captures stills, video, and sound for a short promotional video. Get a unique view into an actual location shoot, from concept to delivery, and experience the advantages and challenges of working as a two-man crew on limited budget.
Learn what to bring and what do (in field and in post) to get great-looking nighttime time lapses.
Photographers: Expand your creative options and the range of services you can offer to clients by incorporating video and hybrid projects into your skill set.
Learn how to edit video and create slideshows with Photoshop CC.
A practical guide to recovering photos that were accidentally deleted from a camera's memory card or restoring photos from a damaged memory card, with tips on avoiding problems in the future.
Take your time-lapse projects to the next level by moving the camera as you shoot.
Make the most of a room with a view by setting up a camera to shoot a time-lapse movie while you work, play, shop, or sleep.
Follow along with Ben Long as he shoots, edits, and color corrects a short film, using a video-capable DSLR.
Get on-location tips and post-production techniques to speed up time and create compelling visual effects with time-lapse photography.
Introduces the essential concepts and techniques necessary for shooting video with a DSLR camera.
Explore the tools, techniques, and concepts involved in creating great time-lapse videos from still captures.
Designed for those shooting high-definition video with the Canon 5D Mark II and creating a finished product using Final Cut Pro.
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