Two resources for videographers

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      JackWolcott
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      Here are two excellet web sites which I have found extremely useful. Both are maintained by video and film professionals.

      Walter Graff's site — http://www.bluesky-web.com — has a wealth of information in the section called "Purchase/Learn." Not sure why the Purchase part is in the title as there is nothing there to buy on the entire site. Here you learn a great deal about lighting and other aspects of production.

      Ron Dexter's http://www.rondexter.com contains short articles based on Ron's experience of decades in the business. It's folksy, funky and very informative.

       

       

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      JackWolcott
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      A third resource is called Cambridge in Colour, a British site: https://www.cambridgeincolour.com/

      Although this site is specifically aimed at still photography, much of the information — especially in the Tutorials section — will be of great interest and value to videographers as it deals with lens, depth-of-field, color, etc., issues that are a part of any graphical depiction.

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