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Wondershare Recoverit Adds an Important New Update to Help Better Recover Video Files

Wondershare Recoverit Adds an Important New Update to Help Better Recover Video Files

When it comes to data recovery software, there are plenty of options currently on the market. In my experience it’s been super useful to have a recovery software on hand because I have had SD cards fail on me. The issue is that many available options tend not to do a great job at recovering video. Wondershare might have the answer with its latest update.

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Facebook Is Still the Worst Place to Put Your Content: Lies, Deceit, and Shady Practices

Facebook Is Still the Worst Place to Put Your Content: Lies, Deceit, and Shady Practices

If I told you that Facebook lies, you’d all probably shrug your shoulders and reply with an elongated, groaning “duh.” Other than the moral issues, their lies genuinely hurt individuals and businesses. As photographers, it’s important for us to take note of how Facebook is impacting us.

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A Bit of Music Theory for Filmmakers

A Bit of Music Theory for Filmmakers

Do you love movie soundtracks? Do you know why you like the soundtracks that you do? Do you ever struggle to add music to your films that has meaning to the themes and stories of the production?

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Film and Travel Inspiration for All Creatives: ‘Made in Korea’

Film and Travel Inspiration for All Creatives: 'Made in Korea'

I’ve got just the perfect inspiration to get you started this year: a beautifully made film about travels in South Korea. It is very possible that it will give you a strong inclination to document your next trip, too.

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A Decade of Filmmaking: Ranking the Best?

A Decade of Filmmaking: Ranking the Best?

New Year’s Eve is a great spot from which to look back over the year and evaluate the ups and downs of the previous 365 days. For filmmakers, it’s a great time to take stock of the year’s best of lists. When time is running out for an entire decade, this means that there is an extra special treat: best of the decade lists! Do you have favorite films from this closing decade?

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An Introduction to VR180 Format

An Introduction to VR180 Format

VR180 is a relatively new format used for the interactive and immersive content. Unlike the traditional 360-degree capturing, it only allows you to capture a limited 180-degree field of view, and according to the Google, it will be the new trend for content creators.

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7 Tips for Shooting Video With Zero Budget

7 Tips for Shooting Video With Zero Budget

Sometimes you don’t get the budget you were hoping for on jobs or you want to shoot your own project without incurring too much of a financial hit. What can you do?

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Is Low-Light Footage From the Canon C500 Mark II at ISO 12,800 Useable?

Is Low-Light Footage From the Canon C500 Mark II at ISO 12,800 Useable?

Wait a minute. Who would dare to shoot at such an ISO? Just use a fast lens and don’t go over ISO 1,600. Well, in this case, the camera was set to such an uncommon ISO to help us understand if it’s worth paying for the Canon C500 Mark II to use it in low-light situations.

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Filmmaking Much Complex Than You Might Think

Filmmaking Much Complex Than You Might Think

Today, many transition or expand their career from photography to videography, relying on the advanced technology we already have in our hands. However, most of them aren’t aware that they are entering a whole new universe that’s vastly unknown by stills photographers.

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The GoPro MAX or the Insta360 ONE X: Which 360 Camera Should You Buy?

The GoPro MAX or the Insta360 ONE X: Which 360 Camera Should You Buy?

Two groundbreaking 360 cameras have emerged in the last year: the Insta360 ONE X and, more recently, the GoPro MAX. Both pack in a huge array of features and one is a hundred dollars cheaper, but which one should you buy?

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Canon EOS R Versus the 5D Mark IV: Which Is the Better Choice for Videographers?

Canon EOS R Versus the 5D Mark IV: Which Is the Better Choice for Videographers?

The brutal crop when shooting 4K might be a decisive factor for a lot of filmmakers when considering whether to buy the EOS R, but for many it’s a solid option at a good price. How does it compare to its DSLR equivalent, the 5D Mark IV? This video aims to find out.

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Artist Captures Video Portrait of Daughter Once a Week for 20 Years

Artist Captures Video Portrait of Daughter Once a Week for 20 Years

A Dutch artist has created a video documenting twenty years by taking a short video of his daughter once a week for twenty years. That adds up to 1040 different clips that combine to make an amazing piece that might leave you needing some tissue.

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Night Exterior Lighting Tutorial: Phone Booth Thriller Scene

Night Exterior Lighting Tutorial: Phone Booth Thriller Scene

Lighting night exteriors can be a challenging task, because to make them look real you might need quite a lot of light sources. In this lighting tutorial you will learn how this suspenseful phone booth scene was filmed.

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Videographer Explains How to Mask Jump-Cuts While Recording and in Post

Videographer Explains How to Mask Jump-Cuts While Recording and in Post

Anyone who frequently views talking-head style YouTube videos/vlogs will often notice the jump-cut style of editing that many creators employ in order to cut out mistakes like dropping something, long pauses, or word salads. When videos with mistakes are edited without much care or thought, they end up being quite jarring if not downright frustrating to watch. So, if you’re a creator who wants to mask a jump-cut as best as possible, what should you do?

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