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How to Cheat Shutter Speeds for Video

How to use any shutter speed and still get great videos.

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11 Tips to a Steady Shot

Here are eleven practical tips to keep your videos steady and smooth.

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How to Shoot a Scene in One Long Take

Single takes with lots of movement, action and camera blocking might seem intimidating. Until now.

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Anamorphic Workflow Guide for Mirrorless Cameras

How do you deal with anamorphic shooting? Here’s the basic workflow for YouTube or DCI 4K.

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5 Camera Techniques for Better Filmmaking

Here are five creative camera techniques you can use now for better videos.

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9 Cool Cinematic Shots Anyone Can Do

Coming up with creative new camera shots isn’t always easy. Once you’ve mastered the basics — wide shots, medium shots, close-ups — you may start to fall back on the same old camera angles. It may seem like the more advanced shots you see in the movies are only suitable for projects with a big […]

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Use These Four Tips to Avoid the “Video Look”

Here are four cool tips you can use right now to get cinematic videos and avoid the video look in camera.

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How to avoid blue clipping in low light shooting

Many have reported the dreaded blue clipping problem that occurs specifically with LED lights (doesn’t have to be blue LEDs) in low light shooting conditions. Let’s see how to fix that on set. What is blue clipping? “Blue clipping” is the popular term that describes what happens when you see splotches of blue (it can […]

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How to Match Shots from Two or More Cameras for Color and Exposure

Shooting multi-cam but with different cameras? This article will show you how to make sure your shots match.