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DSLR Video Weekly: Choosing the Right Shooting Mode for Video
DSLR Video Weekly: Fixing White Balance in Video
DSLR Video Weekly: Why Does Video Look Different than a Photo
DSLR Video Weekly: Choosing the Right Frame Rate
DSLR Video Weekly: Choosing the Right Frame Size to Record Video
DSLR Video Weekly: Choosing a Camera for DSLR Video
DSLR Video Weekly: Shooting with Motion in Mind
DSLR Video Weekly: What’s Not So Great About DSLR Video?
DSLR Video Weekly: Why Is DSLR Video So Popular?
There’s No Replacement for Microphone Placement
Quickly Calibrate DSLR Cameras for Video
5 Ways To Use Your Body To Stabilize Video Recording Without A Tripod

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DSLR Video Weekly: Why Is DSLR Video So Popular?

This is article #1 in the DSLR Video Weekly series.  If you’d like the whole thing in one shot, check out the book Creating DSLR Video: From Snapshots to Great Shots. Whether you stumbled across the video options in your DSLR camera

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Quickly Calibrate DSLR Cameras for Video

Plan to shoot video with your DSLR or Mirrorless cameras?  Chances are you might use more than one camera body while shooting footage. This may be to get an extra angle or to avoid having to change lenses in the

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How to Get a Stable Shot When Shooting Video

Shooting video on a DSLR, Mirrorless or Micro Four Thirds camera can be challenging.  Let’s look at how to choose the right camera or camera configuration for the task at hand. Even if you only have one camera to use, you

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Advice When Shooting Video to a Memory Card

When shooting video on a DSLR, you will be recording to one of the camera’s memory slots to a card. You’ll often feel as though you don’t have many choices when it comes to choosing your camera storage format. While

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How to Expose a Video Shot

Correct exposure for video capture is complicated by several factors. Even if you’ve mastered it for stills workflows, additional limitations make video capture more difficult. As a photographer, you’re can take advantage of shooting in different program modes for unique

Read More
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DSLR Video Weekly: Why Is DSLR Video So Popular?

This is article #1 in the DSLR Video Weekly series.  If you’d like the whole thing in one shot, check out the book Creating DSLR Video: From Snapshots to Great Shots. Whether you stumbled across the video options in your DSLR camera

Read More
match

Quickly Calibrate DSLR Cameras for Video

Plan to shoot video with your DSLR or Mirrorless cameras?  Chances are you might use more than one camera body while shooting footage. This may be to get an extra angle or to avoid having to change lenses in the

Read More
vidbanner4

How to Get a Stable Shot When Shooting Video

Shooting video on a DSLR, Mirrorless or Micro Four Thirds camera can be challenging.  Let’s look at how to choose the right camera or camera configuration for the task at hand. Even if you only have one camera to use, you

Read More
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Advice When Shooting Video to a Memory Card

When shooting video on a DSLR, you will be recording to one of the camera’s memory slots to a card. You’ll often feel as though you don’t have many choices when it comes to choosing your camera storage format. While

Read More
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How to Expose a Video Shot

Correct exposure for video capture is complicated by several factors. Even if you’ve mastered it for stills workflows, additional limitations make video capture more difficult. As a photographer, you’re can take advantage of shooting in different program modes for unique

Read More
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Choosing the Best Capture Format for Recording Video

As you evaluate cameras for shooting DSLR video, one of the most important factors is the format or codec the camera records in. Different manufacturers use different file formats (and may offer different choices within their own product lines).  It

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Understanding White Balance & Video

When shooting video, it is important to achieve a white balancing setting that gives you the desired color temperature at the point of acquisition.  While you can apply filters or effects during editing, these can add additional processing time to

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