Sometimes, you just want a solid dedicated camera. That's why we're highlighting three affordable cameras that offer exceptional value for video shooters.
There are lots of video formats out there. How can you tell what is the best for your project? This quick tutorial will help you decide.
Use green screen for conference calls
Looking to use green screen during your next video conference? Here is what you'll need to setup your green screen and spice up your calls.
When should you switch to a professional video camera?
When should you consider swapping out your smartphone camera for a professional video camera? Let's discuss when the right time is for you.
Teleprompter
Using teleprompters when you’re filming can help those in front of the camera recite the production’s script. It’s a tool that’s useful in video production.
Whether you’re a pro videographer or a beginner, making a movie is going to require a lot of preparation, time, and work. We will help you through it.
Tips to shoot a product video
If you want to create flattering and creative product videos for you clients, then you need to know these five tips before you start shooting.
Multicamera setup
Multicamera setups can take a lot of work. To help out, we've come up with 6 essential things you need to check before every multicamera shoot.
Orson Welles at a canted angle in The Third Man
A “dutch angle” is a slanted horizon in a photo, video, painting or even comic book frame. These can be subtle or extreme. Possibly the most famous example, done to the point of absurdity, is the 1966 television version of the show Batman. In the series, every...
Array of light bulbs with different temperatures.
When is white not really white? When it’s headed toward an unprepared camera sensor. Understanding white balance and the color difference between light sources is critical to getting the best look from your camera.Different light sources produce different color temperatures

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