Setting up Lighting for YouTube: The Beginner’s Guide

When you are starting out on Youtube, you will want to make sure you have covered all the basics. The basics are everything from the lighting to the sound, you want to make sure that you have good lighting quality so you have a clear picture as well as sound quality. Good light quality is difficult to come by, which is why there are some good tips here for people who have…
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The Ins and Outs of Streaming on YouTube Live

Streaming on Youtube takes a bit of planning ahead of time, you don’t want to start the live video and not have anything planned. It’s not like you can cut and go back and do it again, a live stream has to be done right the first time. For this reason, it’s important to have what you need jotted down. You will also want to make sure you have the proper settings established…
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How to Create a Video Montage

Video montages combine quick cuts and affecting music to tell a fast story. You can use them to tell a complete affecting story, speed up time, and more. Here are some examples of great video montages so you can get ideas. To create your own video montage, you should choose your music carefully, avoid dialogue and focus on the feelings instead, and stay within 5 minutes…
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Getting the Right Video Camera Information

Beware the Internet!
So if the key to avoiding the marketing hype is to keep away from all the marketing, “Who do you ask?”
Of course there are a whole range of places online that you can use to gather and compare information about a product or group of products.
In fact the internet is by far the best place to do all of your research.
The trick here is working out…
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The Friday Roundup – Vacation Videos, Parallel Cuts and Home Setups

How to Create the Perfect Vacation Video
So, if you are designated video maker for the family holidays or just vacations in general then this is the article for you!
It is a very well written and complete step by step guide to both preparing yourself to shoot the video but also how to put the whole thing together.

Perfect Vacation Videos

5 Tips for Shooting Handheld…
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How to Make a Dynamic 60-Second Short Film

The NFS60 challenge invites you to make a short film of just one minute long. A minute is enough time to tell a compelling story, and to showcase your storytelling techniques. Consider opening right onto the conflict to hook your audience, and maybe tell a story about first love, meetings, or even life or death. Use montages and quick cuts to speed up the story. Here are…
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5 Ways to Protect Your Camera in High Humidity Conditions

A camera is susceptible to inclement weather and the type of humidity that comes with the most interesting of locales like rain forests and jungles. There are several ways to protect one’s camera in such conditions. First, it helps to acclimate the camera to the pressure and moisture of the place. Second, a great trick is to use silica gel packs to absorb excess moisture….
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