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4 Wildly Fun and Educational Videos to Teach You How to Film Films with Filmmaking

4 Wildly Fun and Educational Videos to Teach You How to Film Films with Filmmaking

Writer, director, and presenter Ryan Connolly, best known for his internet television shows Film Riot and Film State, has teamed up with CanonUSA to teach us the basics of film production. There is an amazing amount of information compressed into each short video but what's more amazing is how easily digestible and concise it all is. Factor in the entertainment value (I chuckled through every episode) and you will find these slapstick-styled gems beyond fun and educational. Even if you aren't interested in making films you will enjoy these videos and may even change your mind by the end.

Photographer Creates Greatest Baby Announcement Video with the Help of a Drone

Photographer Creates Greatest Baby Announcement Video with the Help of a Drone

It takes a special talent and something truly different to capture the attention of the world these days. In fact, creating something that seizes a moment in time and brings attention to the simple things in life in an extraordinary way far outweighs creating just another pretty picture. That moment here is the birth announcement for designer and photographer Dirk Dallas as he brings a drone and a very well executed plan together for an outstanding video with his family.

Instagrammers Fight Censorship by Photoshopping Male Nipples [NSFW?]

Instagrammers Fight Censorship by Photoshopping Male Nipples [NSFW?]

It's no secret that Instagram, and its parent company, Facebook, have some pretty old-school ToS in terms of censorship. Their policy, inconsistently policed at best, has given the boot to many otherwise tasteful images including, notably, an image by artist Ruki Kaur of a woman on her period. Now a trend is taking Instagram by storm wherein people are photoshopping male nipples over a females' nipples to stick it to the man and hopefully result in a meaningful dialog on Internet censorship.

Casey Neistat Axes Canon 70D... Literally

Casey Neistat Axes Canon 70D... Literally

If you haven't been keeping up with Casey Neistat's daily vlogs, then you absolutely need to start. They're a great source of creative inspiration, lots of running cut-scenes, and the occasional viral video. In this particular vlog, Neistat tells a story on the importance of not quitting and, while filming, experiences an error with his Canon 70D. You may not believe how he solves it.

How One Rugby Player Ruined a $94,000 Camera Lens with a Black Pen

How One Rugby Player Ruined a $94,000 Camera Lens with a Black Pen

Professional Kenyan rugby star Collins Injera scored his 200th try in the World Seven Series this week and celebrated in what seems to be one of the most bizarre ways possible: by signing a camera lens. Having obviously prepared to score, he had placed a black pen in his sock during the entire game to be ready for such celebration. Here is the hilarious result that ended in ruining a $94,000 camera lens.

Making Boring Office Jobs the Greatest Ever with This Faux GoPro Commercial

Making Boring Office Jobs the Greatest Ever with This Faux GoPro Commercial

Many of us have had the privilege of our first basic office job at one point in our careers. If you have not, you are one of the lucky few. As freelance photographers, we can connect with sitting behind a computer for hours on end. Yet, knowing the frustration that comes with office politics and overall atmosphere in a sea of cubicles is a whole other beast. Here for your viewing pleasure is the greatest GoPro style office job video ever.

This YouTuber Has Figured out the Perfect Viral Video Formula: Danger

This YouTuber Has Figured out the Perfect Viral Video Formula: Danger

Even if you don't know his name, you probably have seen this guy's videos. Devin Graham (now more commonly known on YouTube as Devin Supertramp) has blown up on YouTube with viral video after viral video. He's became known for his parodies of video games such as "Assassin's Creed," "Far Cry 4," and "Halo 5" in his "Real Life" series but more recently he has created a new genre: videos of people having fun in the most unique ways.

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