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.
The exposure triangle is the most fundamental concept of image capture, yet many people know little about it. Here is a simple explanation.
You've purchased a new camera. Now, with a few deep in-breaths and inspiring ideas, you're ready to venture into the world of video. You take the machine in your hands, and you notice plenty of buttons and have no idea what they do or why are they even there....
In the real world around us, there are three hundred and sixty degrees of information, and it’s the directors job, along with the cinematographer, to figure out which very few degrees of that vista best help tell the story to the viewer.
We’ve got this picture in our minds of a director holding her fingers up in twin L shapes, one inverted, and peering through the box they make, planning how to frame the shot. In the real world around us, there are three hundred and sixty degrees of information, and...
5 Tips for Shooting in Log Profiles
Video can be an unforgiving medium, and without proper lighting it's easy to lose data in both the highlights and the shadows. The most common video format, Rec.709 (Short for the completely not confusing ITU-R Recommendation BT.709) is the standard 16:9 1080 HD video format created in 1990 and...
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Forced perspective is a time honored, simple effect for making small things look large and large things look small.
How to Take Advantage of High Dynamic Range
Only shooting on film or with a top of the line digital cinema camera will provide you with a truly wide dynamic range since even the best digital video cameras tend to have a rather limited dynamic range. If you don’t have a Michael Bay budget, you can still...
We hear the term "global" and "rolling" shutter a lot. But how do these two types of shutter differ, and what does it mean for your footage? Sign up for our free e-newsletter here
GoPro's fun and cute Fetch harness accessory for GoPro action cameras
GoPro has released Fetch, a dog harness mount accessory, into the wild - literally - for their popular action sports cameras. Fetch takes all of the fun of creative camera placement and makes it more comfortable for passively participating pooches.Fetch is a washable, water-friendly harness, adjustable to fit dogs...

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