Video transitions are a vital aspect of good cinematography. Some of the big-name content creators use video transitions extensively in order to facilitate easy viewing. In this video, Zach Ramelan shows us how using audio swells, a technique involving reversing a symbol hit to make the recording appear to grow into a crescendo, can make for a video with more clearly defined ‘punches’. This will also work to create a sense of tension which will draw viewers in. You need the right audio for this. Premiere Pro can help to really level up the punch of these audio swells.
Joby is a mobile accessory organization that has just created quite a couple of gadgets. These new utilities are anticipated to be used by content creators in conjunction with their mobile devices (smartphones for the most part). Many new mounts have been created by Joby so that content creators can use their mobile devices in a variety of situations. This new “GripTight Pro Video Mount” can be used in typical directing fashion as a tripod or it can be molded and bent to mount onto various objects such as pipes. This appears to be a great accessory for mobile content creators that would like to expand their range a bit.
Having a good background for your video can make it more visually appealing but buying backgrounds can be expensive. You can get them. Photographers and videographers often have a few. It isn’t really necessary, though, because you can make one if you want to out of paper. That is a cheap material. This explains how to do this successfully in order to get a better looking video. It is often important to make them for business or other purposes.
- A paper backdrop is useful for small spaces, as it creates a sense of uncluttered space, keeping the viewer focused.
- Paper backgrounds appear clean and professional, without a lot of set up work and they’re very affordable.
- Mounting a paper background generally involves little more than two stands and a crossbar, easily found in kits, available online.
“Seamless paper backgrounds are great for videos and photos. There are plenty of ways to make it all pop.”
A professional photographer shows how you can use a baby aspirator and a vape machine without nicotine in it in order to create smoke for close-up photo shoots. Basically, the vape machine is used to create smoke. The baby aspirator/bulb is used to suck up the smoke which is then held within the bulb. Once you get your shot ready, simply squeeze the bulb, release the smoke and take your pics. You can also use your hand to press down and raise your hand up over the smoke. This gives a really cool effect of making the smoke appear as though it is rising.
Youtube in this day and age is a critical component of all online videos. A vast majority of videos that are on the internet are seen on Youtube first. Starting a Youtube channel is not as easy as it sounds, especially if you want to become successful and eventually profit off your videos through ad revenue and sponsors. People need to make sure their videos would be interesting to a wide array of people so that they can see any success in their endeavors.
Iphone’s are the cameras of the future. You do not see a whole lot of people in today’s world using big cameras for their day to day camera usage. Most smart phones are between 200 and $800 and they can take pictures that are comparable to $80,000 Hollywood cameras. The question is, is it even worth it in today’s day and age to spend thousands of dollars on overpriced cameras when you have something that is almost as good for a fraction of the price right in front of you.
- Iphone does its best work when it is used outside or in places with a lot of light and can be zoomed out.
- Alexa is the best camera by far to use in low light situations. The Alexa stayed nice and sharp even when there wasnt much light.
- The iphone is also limited on the colors it picks up if youre taking photographs. Alexa saw many different colors and shades versus the iphone.
“It comes as no surprise that a camera which costs the same amount as a small house on the outskirts of Nashville performs better than something that we carry with us everywhere we go.”
Adobe Premier Pro can be quite the intimating program to an unexperienced user, but fear not! The videos listed on this page will take you through everything from interface navigation, to basic importing/exporting, and even advanced editing functions as well. By going through the videos on this page, you can go from a discombobulated set of video clips to a professional looking movie without having to spend an extensive amount of time getting familiar with the program.
- Blogger for Premium Beat, Caleb Ward, suggests there are fifteen must-watch pro tutorials for Premiere Pro Video editors.
- The tutorials cover aspects, such as navigating the user-friendly Premiere Pro Video interface, which exhibits exceptional functionality.
- Keyboard shortcuts and basic, as well as three and four point editing, are other aspects covered by the tutorials.
“Step one of any video editing project is importing your media. The following video shows us how to import and capture footage that was shot in an analog format.”
This is a video depicting the uses of foam board or cardboard. Black and white are featured. White foam board may be used to fill in photography. It may also be used to bounce light softly in photography. White foam board may also be used to absorb harsh lighting. Foam board may be cut into with designs for light to shine through creating an artistic display. The usage of black foam board was not mentioned much.
- Foam board is a cheap and useful tool when it comes to lighting in photos or video
- Foam board can be used to reflect, absorb, or pattern light
- Foam board can also be used for backgrounds or platforms for objects
“Today I show you 5 ways I use poster board when shooting videos! These cheap poster foam boards are great for lighting modifiers, backgrounds, flags and more!”
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3 stars, 1 star off for not being able to add my HSS flash because of bar. Then tried a wireless trigger, nope no fitting that. Another star off for only having 1/4″ holes at base (probably not issue for you) but my monopod etc has 3/8th so needed another adapter. I can see why cages are designed more for film, but they should keep in mind the a6500 user purchased to do a little of both. Otherwise excellent build quality for what amounts to a iPhone protective case for the a6500 in functionality.
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