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A corporate video production can reach both your customers and your employees in ways that other media can't! But, how do you get one made? There are three ways to do it! Which is the best way for you and your business? Learn more here!
What is image resolution? Are pixels square? What is a pixel made of? What do pixels have to do with image resolution? Here are answers to some of the most common questions I get about pixels, resolution and what you should know about them as a photographer or videographer!
The camcorder battery is one of the biggest reasons why a digital video camera so easy to use. But you need to choose the right one as - No Battery Power Equals No Video! Learn more about how to choose the right battery for your digital video camera here!
Why is camera image stabilization important? Well... Few things are more annoying than watching motion and jitter in a video from camera shake. Read more here about the different types of image stabilization and which one may be best for you!
What type of image sensor do you have in your camera? CCD or CMOS? The size and type of your camera image sensor greatly affects the quality of the image you will get! Be sure you have the right one! Learn more about them here!
The overhead shot camera angle view is the scene as shown from directly above the subject. Knowing how to use this shot well can increase the impact of your videos but, you have to be careful how you use it. Learn more about what it is and how to use it here!
By using objective and subjective camera angles you can do the one thing that every film or video maker wants to achieve with his audience... Grab and hold their attention! Learn what these angles are and how to use them here!
The low camera angle shot, if expertly used, can give the impression of the subject being bigger, more powerful or even sinister! A little goes a long way however! Here are some tips on how to use it effectively in your film or video production!
Camera angles provide cues as to what the audience should think or feel about the subject or the scene. The high angle camera shot can give the subject the appearance of being smaller, weaker or subservient. Learn more about how to use this camera angle here!
Camera angles are the physical relationships between the camera and the subject. They are among the most basic and important tools of the videographer and filmmaker. Learn the different types of angles and how you can use them here!
Do you want to shoot great video footage? Video production camerawork is how you use video composition, camera shots and angles and the video production process to shoot great footage every time! Learn more about it here
The eye-level camera angle is the most commonly used camera angle of them all! This angle is the "personal view" and shows the subject as if you're looking them straight in the eye. You have to be careful, however, when you're using this angle! 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!
A camcorder zoom lens can be one of your keys to successful video production as it gives you the ability to frame your shots quickly, work fast and catch all the action! Learn more here!
Why do you need to set the camcorder white balance? Well your eyes adjust automatically to the correct color but sometimes your camera needs just a little bit of help! Learn more about how to set your camera's white balance here!
Here are some tips on how to use your camcorder microphone to get the best possible sound recording when you are shooting your video masterpiece!
Do you want to shoot great video footage in low light? Well, your camcorder Lux ratings will tell you how well your camera records when the ambient light is low! Learn more about Lux ratings here!
Camcorder light sensitivity is important if you're going to shoot great video in low light. There are several ways to handle low light situations. Using your camcorder's video gain control is one way to shoot better footage in low light. Learn more about using it here!
Camcorder features are an important consideration when you're buying the perfect camera for you. They give you the control you need to get that perfect shot every time! Learn more about how to use them here!
The DVD and Mini DVD camera storage media format is great if you want a simple way to process your footage. But, how do you get the best performance from this format? Find out here!
The camcorder DVD and Mini DVD format is for you if you want a simple way to store and playback your video footage immediately after shooting it! Learn more here!
Your camcorder batteries may be the most important component of your digital video camera! You want to have the right type! Remember, No Power Equals No Video! Here is a rundown on the different types of camcorder battery packs and which one may be right for your needs!
A business webinar is one of the best ways to reach your customers if you are a small business! Here's how one businessperson produces great webinars from home!
What is the best video editing software for you? Find out how to answer that question and more here!
Beginning video production? Here are some tips for the person who is just starting to produce their own videos!
Basic electricity and electrical terms for the photographer and videographer. Here are the definitions for some of the most basic electrical terms you run across when you're working with digital and lighting equipment. Knowing them will make your life easier!
How do you find the right background music at the right price? Here is some information and a few tips
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!
If you're working with the AVCHD video format be sure to choose your video editing computer and video editing software carefully! Learn more here!
Adobe video editing software has a long history as the leading cross-platform video editing software. But ...with this software do you have “room to grow” as a video editor?