The 3 Most Common Green Screen Questions Beginners Ask So the usual marketing guff about green screen is that because your video editing software is capable of carrying out the technical actions your success is guaranteed! That is so far from the truth it is not funny. The reality is that badly shot green screen footage dumped into any software that can do green screen will … [Read More...] about The Friday Roundup – Green Screen, Pro Interview Setups and more!
It's 2021 and the acquisition of skills in the digital arena is a good and sound business road tack to adhere to. But its also tons of fun for personal reasons. Whether you want to make your missives to far-flung relatives lots more fun for them to open, or make your work presentations much less boring, and far more comprehensible and memorable, adding motion tracking to your … [Read More...] about Beginner’s Guide to Motion Tracking
How to Make a YouTube Intro Fast and Easy One important part of building a YouTube Channel or any social media presence for that matter is the concept of branding. A lot of people tend to kind of switch off when that subject is mentioned because they have the idea that branding only applies to the big names or big companies. Nothing could be further from the truth. It doesn't … [Read More...] about The Friday Roundup – YouTube Branding, Motion Tracking and Tripods
4 Color Grading Ideas For Summer Vibes This one is demonstrated in DaVinci Resolve and is a simple coverage of taking footage and getting it to look like summer or more like summer. The techniques are pretty simple and most video editing software will provide at least some kind of access to tools to create the same effects.5 Cinematography Tricks for better Visual … [Read More...] about The Friday Roundup – Summer Color Grades and Finding Inspiration
An intro video is important for your Youtube channel because it lets people know what the theme of your channel is. The good news is there aren't a lot of rules when it comes to making an intro as long as you follow the guidelines that are provided by You tube. An intro should be around ten seconds long and very quickly let the viewer know what your channel is about.. You will … [Read More...] about How to Create an Intro for YouTube: Best Tips and Ideas
How To Vlog and Be a Better Storyteller The concept of videos having a story is often quite a difficult one to wrap your head around. I remember once a reader checked out my post on Finding the Story in the Shooting Better Home Videos section of the site and was quite confused. His videos were about gardening so the "story" for his videos was not exactly presenting itself to … [Read More...] about The Friday Roundup – Story, Viral Videos and Color Grading
If you have worked with film, particularly if you are a photographer, then you probably know that your lenses fogging up can be quite bothersome. It can also be bothersome to have condensation resting on your lenses as well. You can try to acclimate your gear to the weather before you start your shoot. You can do this by leaving your gear out in the elements to help them … [Read More...] about 5 Easy Ways to Keep Your Lenses from Fogging up