When framing and lighting a video interview, you need to give close consideration to where your subject is looking in the frame. This is often called the eye line and it has a huge impact on overall composition. This is an excerpt from a full-length class from out partners at lynda.com. The complete course is 2 hours […]
Have you ever wondered exactly which settings to choose to get the best video out of your DSLR or mirror less camera? In this video, I walk you through step by step and show you on cameras from Canon, Nikon, and Panasonic. You’ll learn how to get the videos in the right format for editing […]
This week’s show is a triple feature… we tackle three areas of the photo industry that are hot topics. First up, Scott Bourne interviews Rich Harrington about how to get started in DSLR video. Rich Harrington then takes the microphone and talks to Terry White from Adobe about changes at Adobe as well as Terry’s photography. Our third segment, Melissa Niu interviews Matt Kloskowski of Kelby Training to find out about how the photo industry is evolving.
I had a great short film pass across my Facebook stream. With vibrant colors and classic editing pace, filmmaker Paul Wex shows his footage from a recent trip to Cuba. There are two things I like about this film. First, it gives a great portrait of a country and its people. Second, Paul shot the whole […]
A lot of photographers are experimenting with video shot on their DSLR cameras. It’s exciting to explore a new medium and many new projects (both professional and personal) await. The two biggest challenges though are achieving proper focus and exposure. When you shoot stills, you’re probably used to squinting into the viewfinder to get a […]
I’ve had a lot of people ask me how to properly expose a DSLR camera when shooting video. It seems a bit tricky since you really need to shoot in Manual mode to get the best results. Here’s a video I recorded for the DPBestflow project which may help you. _________ This Post Sponsored by: […]
While this class focusses a bit on how to use Photoshop for video and DSLR video workflows, there’s tons of tips in it that will help any user. Hopefully it gives you a few fresh ideas to try out. _____ This Post Sponsored by: The Digital Camera Store At Amazon