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Editing the Videos Smoothly

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Some people might view editing their video as a daunting task but it can be a very fun and an interesting task if you know how to master a few basic features. You have to be patient and you have to train yourself so y...

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Being a filmmaker, you know the importance of good audio. Many filmmakers use the on board microphone on their cameras which is a terrible mistake because it will result in bad quality audio. This is why you should us...

High-Speed Photography

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Ever wondered how photographers can take these slot motion water splashes. If so, then this is the tutorial you should watch. In this tutorial, you will know how you can perform high-speed photography that will let yo...

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Taking pictures at night without any flash needs special techniques. For starters, you will need a low shutter speed. You should also use a tripod & a remote release that will aid you in avoiding any blurry pictures. ...

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Lighting a Small Set with 2 Lights

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Video Compression Basics

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After you have finished working on your script, after you finish shooting the film in different locations and spending countless hours to edit each single cut as well as color grading each single shot, the work is don...

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Insurance of any type is vitally important in order to secure your own financial wellbeing as well as to provide for those who depend on you for their own security. However, certain professions make having a good insu...

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When people ask, “What camera should I buy for film making?” they are asking the wrong question. You can't shoot anything with a camera alone. You need a camera system. And when it comes to sub $10,000 camera syst...

Macro Reverse Ring Review

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Macro Ring Here's a nifty macro ring that anyone can get for around ten dollars. In this review, Rubidium demonstrates a reverse lens mount and the macro effect that it produces.    

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5d Shooting Rig Here's a look at the Shooting Rig that Rubidium uses for his 5d camera. As with any tip involving expensive equipment, use at your own risk.

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I went up to the roof and shot some footage of New York City which turned out great. Good enough to use in a lot of videos that I do, I would have totally put a shot like this into Silent City.

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Lens guide for DSLR video

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Once you've opened your DSLR and played around with your camera settings, you will soon be hit by the realization the sudden and sometimes terrifying realization that cameras by themselves don't take pictures or make ...

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5 Successful DSLR Feature Films

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Successful DSLR Features Digital Single Lens Reflex (DSLR) technology was founded and based on the concept of using a digital sensor. Physicists Boyle and Smith received the Nobel Peace Prize for their Charge Coupled...

7 Steps to a Great Kickstarter

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[h2]Run a Great Kickstarter[/h2] Figuring out just the right way to go about making a successful Kickstarter can be challenging and a little frustrating at some points. Here are seven steps to a great Kickstarter t...

A Look at The Wind-up Bird Chronicle

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It is not often that a book so wholly shakes the foundation of what it means to be Japanese but when a book like “The Wind-up Bird Chronicle” by Haruki Murakami surfaces, it is well worth noticing. To understand any b...

Choosing the right topic for your blog

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We all know that the Internet is growing at an incredible speed. Google announced a few years ago that it had already indexed more than one trillion websites. If you consider that 20 years ago, there were 15,000 websi...

Directing Tutorial – Shooting a Chase Scene

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In the world of professional photography and videography, there are two kinds of camera lenses in use: cinema lenses and still lenses. Still lenses are the more widely accessible and most associated with photography a...

5 Things to do Before You Write Your Screenplay

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How to Write a Screenplay 1. Tell the story Most jokes by Stand-up comedians aren't that funny when they first tell them. The punchline is in the wrong place, or some piece of information isn't clear. They usually g...

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double-click for full screen Camera Stabilization Here's a creative and inexpensive way to stabilize your camera. In this tutorial, Rubidium uses an item from the pantry to demonstrate a quick and easy way to g...

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