So much of successful video is the marriage of technical abilities and creative vision to augment the events on screen in a way that increases the viewer's engagement. This fantastic video tutorial will show you five simple cinematography techniques to improve your video work.
Ever wonder how some of those shots in La La Land were achieved? Or maybe the video for "Say Something" by Justin Timberlake? The Arri Trinity is a remarkable piece of gear, and this video not only explores its potential, but also introduces you to one of its most established and skilled operators.
Last week, in a gloriously nerdy video, DPReview tested the preamps of various hybrid cameras to see how they performed alongside one another. One of the big surprises was how poorly the Sony a7 III fared, giving a notable hiss. In response, Gerald Undone then conducted his own tests, finding completely different results. So, where does the truth lie?
There's very little the coronavirus won't affect, and a number of streaming services had to reduce their bandwidth usages to weather the influx of new traffic. Now, YouTube has had to take early measures too by limiting video quality first in Europe, and now globally.
Master storyteller, videographer, and photographer Mark Smith takes us on a journey in Florida to photograph Roseate Spoonbills, Egrets, Herons, and Ospreys. Marks commentary and stunning, pin-sharp images make this an enjoyable video to watch even if you're not into bird photography.
Vlogging is a common marketing tool or additional creative outlet for many photographers, and perhaps for none more so than landscape photographers. In this video, cinematographer and photographer Mikey McManus takes a more objective approach to analyzing a landscape photography vlog.