In 35mm adapters, the ground glass often moves in order to simulate a film grain look, and to minimize the presence of the ground glass texture in your image.
When shopping for cameras, you can expect to find prices that start as low as $50 and skyrocket to the "if you have to ask" range.
Whether it's a CMOS camcorder or a pro unit with a 3CCD sensor these chips do a whole lot of work that used to be done by many mechanical parts.
From shooting little Jenny's Holiday Pageant, or the big annual production at your church, live video recording of events is plentiful. Here's how to capture it all.
A basic 3 point lighting setup is a good place to start when lighting one person. Here are some lighting design ideas for lighting interviews using 3 points that also include a 2nd person.
The most common YouTube Video copyright infringement involves using songs in without permission of the copyright holder that cannot be claimed as "Fair Use".
Even the best of us run into dilemmas when we edit videos. These getting started tips will make sure your entry to video editing is as smooth as possible.
How to mix in extra sounds in your videos. Audio for video isn't just dialog and music. Sometimes we enhance the production with sound effects and other noises.
One of the easiest ways to get 5.1-channel audio into your workflow, even if your camcorder only handles stereo audio.
Final Cut Studio can play well with the average editor and the high-end professional, making it a great choice for just about anyone who wants to create great video presentations.
Now as a software-only application, Media 100 has some powerful tools that definitely make it worth a closer look.
Avid breaks out with a solid release that adds many refined features to an already impressive editing palette.
A good, user-friendly camera, but it falls short in settings and quality.
The BenQ Joybee GP1 Mini Projector is an easy to use projector with fast setup times, making it perfect for bringing it to a friend's house and enjoying a big screen an any spare wall.
Camcorders have always been getting smaller. The first consumer-level equipment that was used to record video was too big. The first video cameras did not have the ability to record.
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