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One of the very first lessons I learned when I began working with Pixel Corps was the priority sound takes in motion pictures. Alex Lindsay is fond of saying “If your sound is bad, your image can be pristine and the viewer will disconnect.” For this reason, every talented filmmaker I know is fanatical about […]

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Are you interested in video?  Welcome to our series on how to edit video using Adobe Photoshop. In this fourth episode, you’ll learn how to enhance your project with sound.  You’ll see how to load a music track and adjust the volume of your clips. The Photoshop editing interface is easy to learn and master. Can’t […]

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I’ve already talked about the importance of improving the audio you record on your hybrid DSLR still/video camera. That post had to do with camera settings. You also need to consider adding an external audio source to get decent audio with your video. Here’s an inexpensive way to do that, and still get great results. […]

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Fair warning – this post is going to be a tad technical. I’m getting more questions about recording good audio on DSLRs. I am glad to get this question. It means photographers who shoot video are starting to understand the importance of good audio. Many of the questions center on the camera’s audio settings. Generally, […]

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(Photo is Copyright Nicole S. Young – All Rights Reserved) Post by Nicole Young – Follow Nicole on Twitter The addition of video to many of the newer DSLRs being released these days is turning some of us into amateur videographers. And, as we all know from watching movies and television, a good soundtrack can […]

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Your new Canon 7D, or 5D MK II, or Panasonic GH1 or Nikon D300S (ETC) has an audio jack. If you’re serious about recording good quality video on your hybrid camera, you need to stop using the built-in mic on your camera and use an external mic. Which mic? That’s up to you. It depends […]

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