5 Tips For Filming at Night Given the fact that most people shooting video at the consumer level of the market are going to be doing so on the basis of auto settings in their devices, shooting at night immediately becomes a bit of a problem. There are a bunch of factors working against you in these situations such the size of the sensor in smartphones or consumer cameras, the … [Read more...] about The Friday Roundup – Night Shooting, Audio and Split Toning
DIY Video Editor Blog
This is where you will find my weekly roundup (Get it? A cowboy on a horse? Roundup?) covering all the latest news, tips, tutorials and releases in the world of shooting, editing and producing video.
Matching Shots in Resolve 14 Camera Matching Tutorial Late last year a few of the usual suspects in the world of consumer level video editing began introducing "shot match" modules into their respective editors. The driving force behind this was that more and more people were putting together projects in which they had access to footage from more than one camera. Given that … [Read more...] about The Friday Roundup – Color Matching Cameras, YouTube Updates and Gimbals
Prepare for Hyperlapse! Another post this week on taking your timelapse footage up a notch and turning it into hyperlapse! Ooh! Hyperslapse, it sounds so exciting! Anyway simply put, a hyperlapse is just a time lapse sequence but instead of keeping the camera in a fixed position for the entire shoot you move the camera incrementally over time. It's sort of like a time lapse … [Read more...] about The Friday Roundup – Editing Work Flows, Hyperlapse and YouTube Tips
How To Get The Best B-ROLL One of the great advantages we have in living in the digital age of video is that we don;t have to worry too much about the quantity of footage we take. Battery life is always improving and storage media is pretty cheap these days compared to the past. Previously we had to be a bit judicious about what footage we took and how much of it we took and … [Read more...] about The Friday Roundup – Storytelling, B-roll and Cinematic Tips
How To Edit Videos - A Complete Beginner's Guide For a couple of years now my recommended video editing software for people wanting something simple that is easy to learn and use has been Filmora by Wondershare. I picked that one for a number of reason which I won't go into here but if you are interested my review is HERE. However one of those reasons is that over the past … [Read more...] about The Friday Roundup – Basic Editing, Setting Preferences and GIFs