Dutch Angles

Should You Use Dutch Angles in Your Films? (Answer: Yes, But...)

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Green Screen Directing

With the advent of YouTube and inexpensive HD camcorders, pretty much anyone who wants to be a movie director can be one.

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White Balancing a Video 101: What You Need to Know

Live video has emerged as a powerhouse communications tool.

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Balancing the Picture

Before you push the record button, you need to ask yourself, "How can I maximize the impact of this shot?"

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How To Shoot a Music Video with DSLRs

Filmmaking, Photography and Music – in the arts there is often overlap, and there are a lot of musicians who are passionate about filmmaking who have this burning question in mind – how to shoot a music video?

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Directing – Shot Size and Selection

A creative variable crucial to the director’s visual vocabulary and storytelling toolbox is shot size, which refers to the size of the subject in your frame.

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Quality CG Increases Production Values

Live or live-to-tape programs rely on the same core production techniques.

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White Balance 101


Some people mistakenly think all you need to do is find a scrap of white paper or card, put the card in front of the camera and press the button marked "White Balance".

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