Your video is nearly perfect. The lighting is moody, the camera work is stellar and the framing is fantastic. Even your sound is crisp, clear and hiss-free.
Whether it's shooting a wedding, baseball game, church service or two-person interview, shooting it with more than one camera can be a time-saving and very creative endeavor.
When you begin to move into some serious sound editing, you realize you need more robust audio tools than your camcorder and editing software supply. Welcome to the realm of mixer and audio editing software from a pro in the know.
Look, Ma, no hands! Taking your shooting to extreme levels has never been easier, with tinier cameras and easy-to-rig support gear - get ready to launch!
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When you think about lighting, you probably think about your lights and where to place them. But what about the shadows?
Shooting performances or group discussions is difficult using one video camera, but it can be a nightmare with several cameras and without good planning.
From handheld to boom, wired to wireless, and battery operated to phantom powered, there's a plethora of mics available, how do you know which mic is the right mic for you?
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