For nineteen Super Bowls now, CBS Sports' Ken Aagaard has been wedging as much TV technology as possible into the stadium for the biggest game of the year.
Professional videographers usually follow this one rule of thumb: when it comes to camera movement, it must be motivated.
Variations in lens height can be an effective tool for adding subtext to a shot.
There is probably no more reviled filming technique than the "shaky cam", or the vomit cam as it is derisively referred to by those that it sends running from the movie theaters with hands pressed over mouth.
The big day has finally arrived — a video shoot for the biggest client to ever darken your door.
One of the most important decisions in starting a video studio is what material to use for green screen / chroma key work.
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".
So you know the basics of digital cinematography: medium shots, wide shots, closeups and even extreme closeups. But why do your videos still lack that special zing?
Its time: You have the assignment, your script is approved, you’ve checked the camera out of the classroom and you’re ready to go in the field.
While you plan the scene and dialog details for your videos, you need to remember to plan for cutaways as you take that journey down the path to good composition.
Color matching is an important process for filmmakers.
Shots that accentuate the illusion of depth are referred to as deep frames, while shots that flatten the space along the z-axis are called flat frames.
You have many choices as to how to shoot an inverview, determined in part by the story, the style of the movie, availablity of equipment, size of the crew and the amout of physical space in which to shoot.
Live video has emerged as a powerhouse communications tool.