There are plenty of ways in which video and photography technique overlap. One of my favorite ways to increase interest is to add things in the foreground, and with video, this can really add a lot of motion to the scene via a parallax type effect, while for photography, it can add depth. [ Read More ]
I had to deal with a problem, when the video editor's processed footage looked great, but once exported and uploaded on YouTube, it looked dull and desaturated. [ Read More ]
For quite some time one of the only way to get color effects was through gels. However, the pain of having to carry around these different gels may be a thing of the past. The staff over at B&H tested out the Luxli’s new Timpani for color changing effects in still and video photography. [ Read More ]
The Vertigo Effect, also known as the dolly zoom has been a popular technique, first used by cameraman Irmin Roberts in renowned director Alfred Hitchcock’s film Vertigo. But, have you ever wondered how this effect is achieved with a drone? [ Read More ]
Today, Blackmagic Design has released a major update to their fully featured video editing application, DaVinci Resolve. [ Read More ]
The time slice effect is an original technique to decompose time-lapse of sunset or sunrise. Making this type of video is surprising simple. [ Read More ]
Is your machine struggling to play back media in DaVinci Resolve at the correct frame rate? If so, you may need to use optimized media.
In this video tutorial, learn how you can use the Layer Styles menu in Adobe After Effects for your next film or video project.
If you're a fan of travel photography and video then you have to check out this amazing new video showcasing the Korean city of Seoul. [ Read More ]
Has Adobe finally caught up to Final Cut Pro X? [ Read More ]
Whether you use Final Cut Pro, Premiere, or Resolve, video editing is most likely the most intensive use of your machine's graphics card, CPU, and RAM. This video gives a comparison between the machines when benchmarked and tested in various situations. [ Read More ]
I love photography and videography competitions, particularly with they take some thought to be able to enter. Well, this one light challenge is exactly that. [ Read More ]
There is nothing worse than losing footage. However, if you're vigilant and know what to watch for, you can still save a corrupted card.
Blackmagic Design has created the Swiss Army knife of cameras, and here are the definitive reasons why you should be using it.
Opacity blend modes are among the most mysterious features in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. So, what do they actually do, and why are they in those groups?
The cinematic look can transform average B-roll in to spectacular and captivating footage. Here's how you can apply it to your own videos just using Adobe Premiere Pro. [ Read More ]
As both the photographer or videographer, and the client, horrendous results are our worst nightmare. So when the videography of a wedding was dire and deemed unsalvageable, Josh Yeo stepped in to see if he could rescue it. [ Read More ]