A really QuickTip. Some viewers asked for some handheld footage using the camera reviewed in VideoQuickTip Episode #53. So I went out and got some shots around the park. The ground was a bit wet and “suctiony” which may have had an effect on the walking shots. But there you go a really quick tip [...]
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February 14th, 2013 · No Comments
July 13th, 2012 · No Comments
There have been floods of cheap video and audio gear from China for the past several years. That has created controversy in both fields. Are the more expensive, well known brands like Shure, Neumann, Electrovoice, Audio-Technica etc, always better than their Chinese knockoffs?
The Right Tool for the Job
A lot of it is subjective. Which microphone [...]
July 5th, 2011 · No Comments
Shooting video can be time consuming. The last thing you want to do, especially if working for a paying client, is be inefficient. Pre-production is the key element. In this third in a series of episodes we take a look at creating shot lists and shooting schedules.
Remember, become a fan on facebook!
March 28th, 2011 · No Comments
Once again we reach into the mail bag and answer a viewer question. This time it’s about shooting in foul weather.
Remember you can become a fan on a www.facebook.com/videoquicktips and interact with the show as well as posting comments and questions here. If there is a video topic you would like to see covered, let [...]
March 22nd, 2011 · No Comments
Making a film is all about layers. A good story has many layers and it’s your job as a producer/director to reveal those layers as you tell the story so it has depth. Audio for film also has layers, and that is never more true then when it comes to Foley. The art of sound. [...]