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How To Make The Most of Self Quarantine as a Visual Artist
By Zac Henderson

Covid-19 is here, and the best thing we can do about it is to do nothing at all. It’s not ideal, but there are ways to make the most of your down time at home. Here are some good ideas, but the last one might be the most important.

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How to Live Stream to Youtube
By Cassandra Vagher

Ever wondered how to live stream? We tell you exactly what you need to get started and look pro!

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Beginning a Personal Project
By Zac Henderson

Personal projects are an important exercise whether you’re a full time pro or an enthusiastic amateur.

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Intro to Audio for Video
By Zac Henderson

Audio isn't as complicated as you might think. Here we discuss some of the basic equipment needed to record quality audio for your video production.

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Choosing a Stabilizer for Video
By Zac Henderson

There are a plethora of options available, so this post will serve as an overview for different modes of stabilization with the intention of releasing future posts detailing specifics of each.

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File Storage - Staying Organized During a Shoot
By Zac Henderson

File organization and backup is easily the least interesting aspect of being a photographer or videographer, yet it is simultaneously the most important. Maintaining proper backups and organization of your files while on the job is crucial to ensure your data doesn’t get lost, overwritten, or accidentally deleted.

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What Does It Mean To Shoot In LOG?
By Zac Henderson

Let's talk about LOG shooting, which is essentially RAW shooting for video.

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Video Frame Rate Intro and Comparison
By Zac Henderson

Video takes most of the principles of still photography and then throws them into a bag with time, movement, compatibility, playback, editing, and ridiculous jargon. Then it shakes the bag up and dumps it out all over the table like a low country boil. It's beyond delicious, but there’s a lot going on. You can go as far down the rabbit hole as you like, but to get started in video you only need to grasp a few basic principles. One of those non-negotiable principles is frame rate.

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Lavalier Vs Shotgun Mics
By Zac Henderson

Lav Vs Shotugn

Audio… The archenemy of any beginning (or experienced) video shooter. In all actuality, audio is its own discipline separate from photography and videography. It is equally challenging and requires its own skillset and workflow. Audio is non-negotiable, and can make or break a production.

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Teleconverters: No Free Lunch
By Zac Henderson

Ever wish you could get just a bit more magnification out of your telephoto lens? Is 200mm sometimes just not quite long enough? You’re in luck! Teleconverters can extend your lens’s focal length up to 2x , meaning  you can finally fill your frame with that squirrel’s headshot.

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