We treasure our memories, but we can be easily overwhelmed. Fearlessly dive into your archives and uncap your camera lens for the holidays to create a video that will stand the test of time.
Camcorder buying is no simple task. The best way to go about it is to decide what you need the camcorder to do for you.
Now more than ever, it's possible for one person to venture into the world and capture great video. By following a few simple guidelines, you too can be an on-the-fly guerrilla filmmaker!
The art of infrared videography can produce an image that is ethereal, timeless and full of light.
Shooting for widescreen doesn't mean just shooting wider. It's how to creatively get your entire subject in frame and what will be lost if viewed on a 4:3 aspect ratio TV.
There is an old saying in the business world that goes, "Poor prior planning leads to particularly poor programs." This is especially true in the video industry.
The basic editing tools are sometimes the most difficult to understand... here's a look at four of the most powerful techniques in your editing software's toolkit.
DJs aren't the only people who want to blend the music from song to song for the dance floor; anyone can enhance a song with just a little bit of remixing knowledge.
New Gear: Dymo's DiscPainter prints labels onto a CD or DVD in about a minute at 600dpi..EX Super Fisheye conversion lens offers a 116' field of view.
Video Industry News: ProDAD releases Mercalli Video Stabilizing Plug-in for Post Production. Adobe Announces Premiere Pro CS3 support for Panasonic P2 technology.
Holiday Gadget Guide for the Guru in You
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