http://www.nyvs.com Learn how to use the basic and automatic controls on your consumer and prosumer camcorders to achieve great results in this Basic Course. In this course you will learn: introduction to the camera, basic shooting formats, shooting tips, audio camera menus and camera playback. In this Basic Camera tutorial, Francisco goes over some essential […]
http://www.nyvs.com Now that you know the basic functions of a Video Camera, let’s move into a more advanced tutorial. In this course, you will learn about: exposure, iris, shutter speed, neutral density filters, gain, white balance, and manual focus. Continue your video education on NYVS.com and see hundreds of more lessons. Please visit: http://www.nyvs.com/courses/view/Camera-Intermediate NYVS […]
Here’s a demonstration of Adobe After Effects CS4’s Cartoon filter using the art house classic, Nailin’ Paylin.
More Filmmaking tutorials on our blog: http://www.lightsfilmschool.com/blog/ Visit our blog to comment or post questions about our 180 rule video. If you liked this video you’ll love the rest of the tutorials offered by Lights Online Film School. We are an online education provider offering filmmakers a chance to learn more about screenwriting, directing, cinematography, […]
Videography, filmmaking & lighting tutorials on our blog at http://www.lightsfilmschool.com/blog/ Lighting for video is as much art as it is science. This video tutorial outlines how “lighting on the upstage side of the camera” – meaning the side away from the camera – can help add depth and dimension to your images. You can achieve […]
Learn more about noise reduction: http://www.lightsfilmschool.com/blog/ Video noise reduction and removal tutorial. Learn about noise and ISO settings on your camera. An ISO setting is the digital equivalent to Film’s A.S.A setting. Simply put, your ISO is your camera’s sensor sensitivity to light. The higher the ISO speed, meaning the larger the number, the more […]
In this classroom series, Barry Garcia of ikan teaches us how to light for a green screen using ikan ID1000 and ID1500. For more information, please visit us at: http://www.ikancorp.com
Check out the full course here! http://www.udemy.com/video-foundations-course/ This lesson is an introductory lesson on color correction. It is also apart of a series of instructional videos called, “Video Foundations: The Key Ingredients to Making Great Video.” The series includes 18 lessons, runs 40 minutes and is only $10. I will have a link up soon.