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Dan (Editor - VideoEditingSage.com)
The speed of rendering in video editing primarily depends upon your video editing computer so… how do you speed it up? Learn more here!
Understanding the most basic of video production terms such as the Shot, the Scene and the Sequence is the key to success if you want to produce great videos! Here are these basic terms defined!
In video composition static and dynamic subjects must be identified as the first broad step in deciding how you will approach the film or video production process! Here's how to do that!
Producing a great video involves great video composition! How do you become a craftsman? Here are some tips!
A medium camera shot comes in different sizes depending on what videographer or filmmaker you're talking to at the moment (laugh)! Here is my definition of what it is and how you can use it!
In the Long Camera Shot the camera is at its furthest distance from the subject emphasizing the background, epic views or panoramas. Learn more about its use here!
The extreme close-up camera shot in film and video is used to reveal very small details in the scene. Learn how to use it here!
If overused, the close-up camera shot will leave your viewer uncertain as to what they're seeing or what the meaning of the scene is. But, if used well, you can capture emotion and action in detail! Here are some tips on how to use this shot!
What are the basic camera shots? Capture your audience's attention and make an impact with your video by using these shots correctly. Learn more about them here!
Camera angles are the physical relationships between the camera and the subject. They give emotional information about the subject in the shot. Learn how to use them here!
The overhead shot camera angle view is the scene as shown from directly above the subject. Knowing how to use the shot well can increase the impact of your videos. Learn more about it here!
Camera Angles Low-angle. For this shot the camera is placed below eye level looking upward. Read more about how to use it to give your videos more impact here!
Camera Angles: A high-angle shows the subject from above, i.e. the camera is angled down towards the subject. Learn how to use this camera angle here!
The eye-level camera angle is the most commonly used camera angle of them all! This angle is the "personal view". Learn more about it here.
The Dutch tilt camera angle is one of the most unique of all the camera angles! Learn how to use it here!