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In this seminar, you will learn how to "up" your podcasting game in 2021. Whether you’re starting a podcast or are an audio professional, PreSonus Product Specialist and Content Creator Joe Glider shares his tips and tricks to help you upgrade your podcast setup, recording, and editing. Where are you in the realm of podcasting—just getting started, or looking to boost an already-successful...
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Wildlife photographer Kristi Odom goes into the thought process behind crafting an image that tells a story. From research to camera settings, you will learn photography tips for capturing the emotion in a nature scene. For more wildlife-related news and tips, be sure to check out the rest of...
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With the trend of DSLR and mirrorless cameras being released with more video features and recording higher video resolutions, it is tempting to purchase one for field production, since they are portable and can be outfitted easily with numerous accessories. But there are many reasons why one of these cameras might not be the best fit for your production style. For example, in the golden olden...
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This article is the second of a three-part series covering the best locations in the United States for birdwatching and bird photography. Be sure to check out 10 Eastern Hotspots and 10 Western Hotspots and don’t forget to keep a field guide handy for identifying what you...
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This article is the first in a three-part survey of the best locations for birdwatching and bird photography in the United States. Subsequent articles will cover Central and Western regions. Before visiting any of the destinations listed below, be sure you have a reliable field guide...
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If you’re looking to capture clear, properly exposed video footage, try adding a matte box to your camera rig. These lens accessories are essential for adding creative control to your image (filters) and subtracting unwanted visual elements (flare, glare, and schmutz). Read on for the top...
African Photographic Safari, Part 1: 17 Tips for Preparing for your Adventure
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Have you ever pictured yourself photographing in Africa among lions, giraffes, and elephants? The best way to realize this vision is on a photographic safari. Photographic safaris are for amateurs and professional photographers alike. There is no need to be intimidated by your skill level or camera equipment. It is a one-of-a-kind experience that cannot be obtained on a mainstream non-...
Five Ways to Turn your Backyard into a Wildlife Photography Studio
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Wildlife photography doesn’t necessarily entail braving wilderness in search of elusive species inhabiting remote locations. A carefully landscaped yard can supply an impressive variety of animal life to observe and photograph. In this article, we go through five tips for turning your backyard into a red carpet for local wildlife. Know your Neighbors Research, research, research. Find out what...
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Join award-winning photographer David Cardinal as he shares his wildlife photography tips, including the right camera gear, photography composition, lighting, and workflow. Are you a wildlife photographer? Please share some of your own tips and techniques in the Comments section. Sponsored by Western Digital and Synology
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Are you looking to take your photography to new dimensions? Erick Hercules shows you how to be creative in your visual storytelling and photographic composition. From where do you draw your photography inspiration from? In the Comments section, below, tell us about how you decide to frame your photographic compositions.
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There are many kinds of car rigs, from hood mounts to “hostess trays,” side mounting, car-mounted jib arms, stabilizers, and full-blown process trailers. Each set up provides something different in terms of shot selection, flexibility, and how much you are asking the actor to do. On many large films, when an actor is seen driving a car, the car is often being towed behind a process car, so the...
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Macro photo studios share many of the same basic needs and equipment as traditional photo studios—just on a smaller scale. This reduction in size both lowers the cost of entry into the genre while inviting creativity from resourceful DIY photographers. Below are some tips for expanding your macro studio using items around the house or easily obtained from local art, craft, or hardware stores....
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Visual storyteller Paola Franqui, aka Monaris, shares her portrait photography tips when taking pictures of strangers through reflections. Which tips are new to you, and which will you be applying to your own photos? Share them in the Comments section, below, along with any other...
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Have you ever wanted to film an epic-looking commercial? Filming close-ups (or macro) allows you to capture epic b roll that will make your product videos stand out. Visual engineer @Steve Giralt shares his macro videography tips to help you create a cinematic product video. Are you a macro videographer? Share your tips or ask questions in the Comments section, below. We are always pleased to...
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Shallow depth of field (DOF) is one of the visual effects that many photographers seek in their everyday photographs. To accomplish this, there is the grail quest for lenses with larger and...
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