When creating video content, it’s important to know some rules to make sure your shoot goes smoothly and looks great. Fundamentals such as the rule of thirds, and the 180° rule are essential to understanding how to shoot better looking video. As you grow, you can always look back at these ideas and build from there.
In this lecture, Philip Bloom provides an examination of what the options out there are for people wishing to move to the next level from video DSLRs.
Most DSLR cameras offer video capture – and Bob Krist, a regular contributor to National Geographic Traveler and Smithsonian, has a few tips on how to create compelling travel stories using that video mode.
Moritz Janisch from Fenchel & Janisch shows different color grading presets and plug-ins that are easy to use and deliver professional looking results.
In this DSLR video tutorial Moritz Janisch talks about getting the best image quality out of your camera. First off there is not one perfect solution to get a sharp image (video) but as usual there are a few components that come together to create a detailed image… Most DSLRs have a few picture styles and on every camera it has to be adjusted a little bit different but the goal is always the same: Getting the most dynamic range and detail out of the camera.