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Start Introducing Video Into Your Photography Business Today: With Filmora9

Start Introducing Video Into Your Photography Business Today: With Filmora9

As a photographer you may not have had any experience in creating or editing video material, but maybe you should consider opening yourself up to learning new skills to not just enhance your marketing materials, but perhaps also start offering something different to your clients that can make you stand out in the crowd?

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Five Tips to Record Better Audio With a Shotgun Mic

Five Tips to Record Better Audio With a Shotgun Mic

Of course, it is vitally important to have a good understanding of how to create a strong video, but without good audio to match, the final product is not going to be that great. This helpful video will show you five great tips to improve the quality of your audio when using a shotgun mic.

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Is the 120 Fps Version of ‘Gemini Man’ That Bad Compared to the 24 Fps One?

Is the 120 Fps Version of 'Gemini Man' That Bad Compared to the 24 Fps One?

In this video by John Hess from Filmmaker IQ, you will see how 120 fps affects the experience of watching a film in a way you probably haven’t thought before.

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Get the Joker Cinematic Look: A Quick Tutorial on Color-Grading Footage

Get the Joker Cinematic Look: A Quick Tutorial on Color-Grading Footage

One of the things that I personally struggle with when it comes to producing video content is color grading. This is especially true when it comes to log profiles and for that reason, I generally just rely on using LUTs that I’ve bought or downloaded for free.

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How Animation Like Toy Story 4 Is Evolving to Replicate Real Filmmaking

How Animation Like Toy Story 4 Is Evolving to Replicate Real Filmmaking

To some degree, animation, at least in films, has always attempted to capture that cinematic feel. However, in the last few movies made by Pixar, there has been a real attempt made to replicate camera techniques and lens characteristics that seemingly most of the audience wouldn’t notice.

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Practical Filmmaking Tips From ‘Shazam’ Director David F. Sandberg

Practical Filmmaking Tips From 'Shazam' Director David F. Sandberg

If you think you know all there is to know about filmmaking, you can still take some time and see if indeed Hollywood director David F. Sandberg knows less than you. Otherwise just watch this.

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Ever Wanted to Start a Photography Youtube Channel?

Ever Wanted to Start a Photography Youtube Channel?

If you have ever wanted to start a YouTube channel, here is my experience of setting up a new channel and giving it a real go for 30 days.

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Palette Gear Announces New Hardware, Rebranding as “Monogram”

Palette Gear Announces New Hardware, Rebranding as

Palette Gear has announced new modular hardware controllers while rebranding to become Monogram. Cited as 40% slimmer compared to the original Palette, Monogram’s new and re-engineered modules offer compact yet versatile control and backward compatibility with first-generation modules using the new Monogram core hub.

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This Videographer Used LEDs in Time Square, and the Results Are Stunning

This Videographer Used LEDs in Time Square, and the Results Are Stunning

Shooting out on location in a busy environment like New York City can be extremely difficult. When dealing with police, public safety, traffic, and pedestrians, it can often be near impossible to create the look you want without sacrificing your lighting. The way videographer David Geffin tackled these issues in his latest project, “Let’s Dance,” is pretty brilliant.

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How to Create Multiple Lighting Setups With an RGB LED Light

How to Create Multiple Lighting Setups With an RGB LED Light

As high quality RGB Led light panels become cheaper and more compact, more and more photographers and videographers are finding just how useful these little lights can be. In this video, I compare the new Falcon Eyes Pocketlite F7 light to my favorite RGB light panel as we explore a few unique lighting setups any photographer can create on the fly.

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‘U SHOOT VIDEOS?’ by Morgen Cooper, a Film We Should All See

'U SHOOT VIDEOS?' by Morgen Cooper, a Film We Should All See

Morgen Cooper tells the true story of Moji, a young shreditor (shooter-director-editor), whose life is saved by his camera. Moji’s story is full of lessons for young creatives.

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Stop Making These Five Video Production Mistakes

Stop Making These Five Video Production Mistakes

Making music videos is really difficult. No money, big value. That is what is expected. However, they are a lot easier with these tips from producer Moses Israel, who has produced nearly 1,000 music videos.

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Animate Your Portraits Easily With This iOS App

Animate Your Portraits Easily With This iOS App

It’s no secret that producing still as well as motion gives any photographer an edge over his competition. As the years go by, creating animated content is getting increasingly more accessible. In this article, I review Flugo, an iOS app that turns any still portrait into an eye-catching motion shot.

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Is Documentary Photography More Trustworthy Than Documentary Films?

Is Documentary Photography More Trustworthy Than Documentary Films?

Documentary movies and photography aim at creating plausible images of certain events and phenomena. But what is plausible? Can we even catch an unaltered scene?

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Three Films to Watch That Will Make You a Better Photographer

Three Films to Watch That Will Make You a Better Photographer

One of the best ways to get better as a photographer is to watch good movies. While the aspect ratio might be different, the same rules of composition and style apply. Here are some of my favorite films that will make you a better photographer to get you started.

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Steven Holleran Uses New Canon C700 Full Frame Camera to Film New Movie

Steven Holleran Uses New Canon C700 Full Frame Camera to Film New Movie

Steven Holleran has been interviewed for the Fstoppers beforetwice, actually. But, with good reason: His approach to cinematography and his work behind the lens is constantly pushing the boundaries of creative, thoughtful filmmaking. Read more to learn of Holleran’s most recent accomplishment.

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BTS of John Wick 3: Bike Fight Scene

BTS of John Wick 3: Bike Fight Scene

Every well-known movie has specific scenes it is famous for. This is the case with the bike fight scene in John Wick: Chapter 3 Parabellum, where we take a glimpse behind the scenes to see how the production team made that action choreography.

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The World’s First Wearable Cinematic Light

The World's First Wearable Cinematic Light

Spiffy Gear has made a name for itself by creating unique lighting products such as Spekular and the Light Blaster. They are now adding a third exciting solution to their range of products with Lumee.

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