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When I was shooting video as a one-person crew, to get some of the motion shots of cars or other moving vehicles, I needed a camera that I didn’t have to worry about operating but which also had high enough quality to match my main camera as closely as possible. I settled on different action camera setups since they have a few qualities that are indispensable to a filmmaker or videographer who...
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Cinematographer Jordan Cowan, aka On Ice Perspectives, shows us how to use a gimbal to achieve cinematic video using the DJI Ronin-SC and Sony a7S III. He discusses and...
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Have you ever wanted to film breathtaking hyperlapse videos? Emeric Le Bars shares his 5 tips for cinematic and professional-looking hyperlapses, from choosing the best settings to working with Adobe After Effects. Check out Emeric's video, then watch this video...
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The Canon EOS C70 Cinema Camera, with Canon’s recently developed RF lens mount, is designed with a comprehensive feature set suitable for virtually all types of projects and venues, notably the online education market....
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No matter what your faith, today’s worship isn’t limited to rote liturgical responses—it’s about personal connections between you and a higher power and among fellow believers. Sharing that passion shouldn’t be limited to using static, fixed camera positions for your broadcasts, social media, website, or in-house displays. See how Canon’s array of...
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If you’ve gotten this far without having to use Zoom, Teams, Facebook, Skype, or another video conferencing platform, you are one of the few these days. But if you have been using the popular video conferencing platform (or one of them) for meetings, performances, or education, how good do you feel about your presentation? Are you happy with your look online, or do you feel the webcam is not...
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Paul Seibert, aka Beholding Eye, shares his 5 aerial photography tips to help you...
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Ever look at the screen on the back of your camera and wish that it were just a tad bigger, or brighter, or sharper? Yeah, me too. The good news is that there is a solution! External on-camera monitors come in all shapes and sizes and are packed with additional features that will make shooting video much...
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Are you looking to level up your YouTube video lighting? Jake shows you his home studio setup and discusses three-point lighting, as well as DIY solutions appropriate to your filming location. What do you think is the best lighting for YouTube videos? Feel free to share your thoughts.
7 months ago
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If you’ve got your mind set on building your PTZ network but you’re not sure what that will—or should—look like, we’ve got a few diagram examples of how different components work together on a PTZ network. Starting with a single-camera setup, then working forward with multi-camera, then adding components such as encoders, video switches, controllers, and software, we’ll walk through a few basic...
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ProRes RAW. Is it ProRes? Is it raw? What is ProRes even? How do I get it? Why do I want it? What do I do with it once I have it? Okay, okay! We heard you. ProRes RAW is an exciting and relatively new video format, but it brings with it an almost endless number of questions. I will start off by saying that it is well worth the effort since raw video can offer increased dynamic range and detail...
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Whether you want a professional look for your livestreams or simply to look better during your next video chat, one of the best options is to use a dedicated camera with excellent video specs, such as your Sigma...
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Doug shows you how achieve a high-quality livestreaming setup with this gear guide. He covers lighting, audio interfaces, green screens, Open Broadcast Software (OBS...
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Whether you want a professional look for your livestreams or simply to look better during your next video chat, one of the best options is to use a dedicated camera with excellent video specs—such as your Olympus Micro Four Thirds mirrorless camera. Now that Olympus has launched the...
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By this point, I'm sure nearly everyone has joined more video calls or meetings than they can count. For better or worse, it seems that even if our lives start to return to "normal," the idea of video conferencing and livestreaming will remain just as strong. Now, you might be wondering how to use a current camera (or future one) for streaming or even just how to upgrade from your device's built-...
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