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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 how to capture high-quality audio during your video productions. These DSLR video tips cover dedicated video recorders, adapters, micing techniques, and syncing.
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.
Get up to speed with the features and capabilities of the Sony a7 series of mirrorless cameras.
Learn what to bring and what do (in field and in post) to get great-looking nighttime time lapses.
Learn how to edit video and create slideshows with Photoshop CC.
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.
Get on-location tips and post-production techniques to speed up time and create compelling visual effects with time-lapse photography.
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