One of the most dynamic ways to add impact and instantly convey the passing of time in videos is by shooting timelapses. In this tutorial we explore the key choices you have for shooting and editing timelapse videos to ensure they will pack a professional, visual punch.
Setting accurate exposure for video requires patience, planning and precision. To help you to understand exactly what’s required we explain some of the key exposure factors you’ll need to consider when shooting your videos…
Planning and shooting a video may seem difficult, but deploying a few simple rules and tips for shooting video can make the whole process simple. In this tutorial we explain how to plan and execute your video shoots with precision.
Terms such as read speeds, write speeds, UHS Speed Classes, CF, XQD, SD, V Class and many more may seem like techno babble to many but they are key to choosing and using memory cards to capture and manage your video footage. We explain the sometimes confusing world of memory cards and explains what you need to know when choosing cards for shooting video.
Why is audio for video so important? In this tutorial we’ll take a look at what you need to consider when recording audio for your films, the types of microphones you can use, the coverage of different mics, plus the pros and cons of using external recorders for audio capture.