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Ready to get serious about making video but not sure where to start?
Videomaker’s Basic Training series can help; these videos are designed for beginning videographers who want to learn things right the first time. Entertaining, informative and easy-to-follow, this series will give you a solid foundation for your future videography efforts.
This set includes:
Make Your Own Special Effects
Learn how to recreate Hollywood-style special effects at home. You’ll be able to simulate a rain storm, shoot day-for-night footage and create realistic fake blood and flashy light saber effects!
Green Screen Basic Training
Want to transform your studio into an exotic locale? This video will show you how you can do that by building a functional green screen for under $10.
Don’t leave yourself at the mercy of your equipment! Learn to master your camera, tripod, microphone and lights. This video shows you how to get effective shots using pan, tilt and zolly techniques, all while avoiding common beginner mistakes.
This step-by-step tutorial will guide you through the most common lighting setup used by professionals to properly light their subjects. We cover interview lighting, outdoor lighting and green screen lighting, among other topics.
Get the fundamentals on six exciting movie genres — horror, action, drama, western, science fiction and documentary. Learn the history, the mythos and the mechanics of these popular films — and learn how to make your own!
If you’re ready to get serious about video production, Videomaker’s Basic Training series was designed for you. Each tutorial methodically walks you through the process step-by-step, making no assumptions about your previous knowledge or experience. This is your key to understanding video from the ground up.
Are you ready to start your journey to making professional-quality video?