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Vimeo just overhauled profile pages to double as pro portfolios

Vimeo profiles just got a major overhaul, designed to help turn the page into a portfolio with organizational tools and the option to include more information.
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Social Media, Vimeo, Portfolio, Videography


Google's Autoflip Can Intelligently Crop Videos on the Fly to Fit Any Aspect Ratio

Google has released an open-source tool, Autoflip, that could make bad cropping a thing of the past by intelligently reframing video to correctly fit alternate aspect ratios.Read more...
Tags: Google, Science, Technology, Ai, Algorithms, Videography, Aspect Ratio, Smart Cropping


Five epic camera movements you can pull off with your 360 camera and $0 budget

We love DIY camera tricks, and 360˚ cameras open up a whole new world of possibilities. Director and filmmaker Karen X. Cheng has some brilliant ideas for camera movements that look darn epic, yet they require virtually no budget. Grab your 360˚ camera, some stuff you probably have at home, and let’s dive in! Karen […] The post Five epic camera movements you can pull off with your 360 camera and $0 budget appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Diy, Karen, Filmmaking, Videography, Movement, DIY Ideas, Low Budget, DIY Creators, Karen X. Cheng


Don’t make these five mistakes when switching from photography to video

Whether it’s just for fun, or to expand their offer, many photographers decide to start shooting videos in addition to photography. But although there are similarities between shooting photos and video, there are also are differences that leave a lot of room for mistakes. If you’re a photographer just switching to video, make sure to […] The post Don’t make these five mistakes when switching from photography to video appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Mistakes, Videography, Don, Videographer, Photography Vs Videography, Teppo Haapoja


Level up your DJI Pocket Osmo videos with these three cinematic Hollywood shots

The DJI Osmo Pocket is tiny, but powerful 3-axis motorized gimbal. With 4K 60fps video capabilities and its small size, it can come in handy in many situations. In this video, Josh Yeo shows you three Hollywood-style cinematic shots that will help you level up your videos with DJI Osmo Pocket. As I mentioned, the […] The post Level up your DJI Pocket Osmo videos with these three cinematic Hollywood shots appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Video, Hollywood, Tutorials, Videography, Osmo, Cinematic, Josh Yeo, Dji Osmo Pocket, Osmo Pocket


Why You Need ND Filters When Shooting Video

For most video footage we need a fairly slow shutter speed, and that means using ND or Neutral Density filters. Today we are going to explain why. The post Why You Need ND Filters When Shooting... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Photography, Videography


6 Advantages Of Filming Video Using A Log Profile And External Recorder

Are you getting the best video that your stills camera is capable of? Here are six advantages to filming video using a log profile and external recorder. The post 6 Advantages Of Filming Video Using... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Photography, Videography


The impact of low-angle shots on your photos and videos

High-angle shots can make your subject appear weak or vulnerable. But what about low-angle shots? Do they help you achieve the exact opposite effect? Well, they can, but not necessarily. In this video from Studio Binder, learn more about low-angle shots the effect they have on your photography or video. A low-angle shot can be […] The post The impact of low-angle shots on your photos and videos appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Filmmaking, Storytelling, Videography, Low Angle, Camera Angle, Studio Binder


Discovering Southern China

For years I’ve been captivated by images of China’s dramatic landscapes and nature. So, when opportunity knocked David and I set out on a #brothersberger adventure into Shanghai with plans to wrap up with a final few days and flight home from Hanoi in Vietnam in February 2018. We weren’t prepared for the cold weather, or for the dramatic impact the weeks before Tet (Chinese New Year) would have on our ease of travel. But, with no concrete plan and just a flexible list of places we were ...
Tags: Travel, Asia, China, David, Backpacking, Shanghai, Sony, Vietnam, Hanoi, Videography, Hosteling, Yangshuo, Tianmen Mountain, Southern China, Guanxi, Zhujiajiao Water Town


This surreal video turns Iceland into another dimension

When I look at photos and videos of Iceland, they often remind me of another planet. In his short film Anomaly, German filmmaker Jacco Kliesch made Iceland look like another dimension. While this beautiful country sure looks incredible in photos and videos, this video brought it to a whole new level. Basically, Anomaly combines travel […] The post This surreal video turns Iceland into another dimension appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Video, Inspiration, Filmmaking, Short Film, Iceland, Vfx, Video Editing, Videography, Video effects, Jacco Kliesch


Here are four ideas to make your gimbal shots more creative

If you’re using your DSLR or smartphone to shoot videos, you probably use a gimbal for all kinds of shots. In this video, COOPH gives you four fun ideas for using the gimbal in your videos. They will add creativity to your shots and help you tell the story better. 1. The hover cam For […] The post Here are four ideas to make your gimbal shots more creative appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Video, Inspiration, Ideas, Dslr, Videography, Gimbal, Cooph, Gimbal Technique


Three types of high-angle shots and their impact on your videos

The angle of view is one of the elements that add to the story you want to tell in your filmmaking and photography work. In this video from StudioBinder, writer and director Arnon Shorr explains three main types of high-angle shots. He will teach you how to use them so you can take your video […] The post Three types of high-angle shots and their impact on your videos appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Filmmaking, Angle, Videography, StudioBinder, High Angle, Arnon Shorr


Jane and Tin’s romantic proposal with fireworks

Image by Thom Milkovic Jane’s surprise Brisbane proposal went off with a bang – quite literally! With Tin popping the question amidst an incredible fireworks display. Today Jane tells us all about her romantic proposal. “Tin and I have known each other since high school however it wasn’t until we were reintroduced by our best friends, Donna and Somah, in our early 20s that things started to blossom. Continue reading Jane and Tin’s romantic proposal with fireworks
Tags: Wedding, Brisbane, Weddings, Videography, Engagements, Donna, Jane, Inspired Memories, The Proposal Issue, Thom Milkovic Jane, Somah


Fujifilm X-T3 vs. Panasonic GH5: how do they compare for video shooting?

The Fujifilm X-T3 is just out, and on paper, it seems like a pretty powerful piece of gear. Jordan Drake of DPReview tested it out for video shooting and compared it to his favorite Panasonic GH5. So, let’s see how the two cameras compare and if the new X-T3 is capable of meeting the videographers’ […] The post Fujifilm X-T3 vs. Panasonic GH5: how do they compare for video shooting? appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Filmmaking, Gear, Fujifilm, Videography, Mirrorless Camera, Jordan Drake, Panasonic GH5, Fujifilm mirrorless camera, Fujifilm X-T3


Seven quick cinematography lessons that will make you a better filmmaker

If you are into filmmaking, there are plenty of ways to improve your work and to make the shooting more successful and efficient. In this video from StudioBinder, Brent Barbano of ShareGrid gives you seven quick, but very valuable lessons that will help you raise your filmmaking on a higher level. 1. Just shoot The […] The post Seven quick cinematography lessons that will make you a better filmmaker appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Filmmaking, Filmmaker, Filmmakers, Cinematography, Lessons, Videography, Barbano, Videographer, Cinematographer


City of Yekaterinburg made a public green screen so everyone can make special effects movies

If you need a green screen for your projects, you can DIY it. But if the road takes you to Yekaterinburg, you can just get out on the street and there it is – a large public green screen to help creators make special effect movies. Would you use a public green screen? Photo: @loskutovphoto […] The post City of Yekaterinburg made a public green screen so everyone can make special effects movies appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Russia, Inspiration, Public, Special Effects, Videography, Yekaterinburg, Green Screen, Public Photography


5 Essentials When Shooting Video With Your Stills Camera

Until a few years ago, video and stills photography were quite separate disciplines. Both used their own types of cameras, both required similar creativity yet different skillsets. The holy grail for videographers was the “cinema look”, so called as it mimicked the look of larger format celluloid based films. It was a look that was difficult and expensive to achieve. The reason for this was that much of the cinema look was built around a shallow depth of field and wide yet flat dynamic range. Mo...
Tags: Photography, Spielberg, Videography, Ryan, CRT, Brandon Giesbrecht, Stefan High Definition, Răzvan Băltărețu


Who Knows Where: Matador Original

After traveling to almost 50 countries solo, I’ve learned that planning trips is almost as fun as going on them. The excitement, the expectation — the post-it notes! But when researching, I rarely want to watch the travel videos I see online or TV. Because when I do, the flashy footage and hyperbolic beauty often leave me envious of others, rather than confident in myself. With Who Knows Where, I wanted to create the kind of video that I would want to watch. One that included the everyday r...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Nepal, Annapurna, Middle East, Kathmandu, Videography, All, Travel Video, Annette, Solo Female Traveler, Annette Richmond, Solo Female Travelers, Jessica Nabongo, T J Lee, Himalayas Along


Nikon D850 Filmmaker’s Kit has all the gear you need to shoot video

Want a full setup for shooting 4K video, right out of the box? Nikon is offering the D850 Filmmaker's Kit, a bundle that includes its lauded flagship DSLR, three lenses, and accessories designed for filmmaking. The post Nikon D850 Filmmaker’s Kit has all the gear you need to shoot video appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Trends, Filmmaking, Nikon, Dslr, Videography, D850, Filmmaker's Kit


Incredible stories from India

I love these videos that I filmed in Indonesia for Asian Access; the pastor is speaking about subjects that are dear to my heart — discrimination and the Christian church. Check it out: We can film compelling interviews to tell your story…give us a call!
Tags: Video, Design, Indonesia, India, Blog, Online Video, Sound, Video Editing, Portfolio, Videography, Film/video, Post Production For Film And Video, Corporate Video, Web video


Georgia and Daniel’s Wedding Video – Native Weddings

Check out Georgia and Daniel’s very cool, stylish wedding in Richmond, Melbourne. They started the day getting ready together with the help of their good friends, then it was off to roam the back streets of Melbourne with the help of the talented photographer Nicole Williams. Ms Zigzag says: Such a relaxed, chill couple. I like how Daniel and Georgia walked each other down the aisle to the altar- sign of a strong union!  About Native Weddings: Native Weddings is a production house based in Me...
Tags: Wisdom, Georgia, Wedding, Melbourne, Videography, Daniel, Nicole Williams, Cinematography Wisdom, Location Australia, Richmond Melbourne


7 things photographers need to know about shooting video

With more photographers taking to video now, it’s good to be armed with a little information about the basics. It seems like there might not be much real difference between photography and videography, especially as we often use the same kit for both. But there are some important techniques and principles that you need to take […] The post 7 things photographers need to know about shooting video appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Video, Tutorials, Filmmaking, Cinematography, Videography, TravelFeels, MATTI Haapoja


Three establishing shots to do with the DJI Mavic Pro

Establishing shots are important when you are telling a story, they set the scene and often the mood for the viewers. We recently added the Mavic Pro to our arsenal, and the number of story-telling tools you get from just $1,000 (or $899 in current promotion) is staggering. Here are three establishing shots that you can do […] The post Three establishing shots to do with the DJI Mavic Pro appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Drones, Cinematography, Videography, DJI Mavic Pro, Mavic Pro, Aerial Establishing Shots, Drone Cinematography, Establishing Shot


Smooth moves: Second-gen Edelkrone sliders offer even smoother video effects

Edelkrone just launched updates to the SliderOne Pro, WingPro and Wing, bringing more features to the compact sliding systems. The SliderOne Pro gets sleek new motion effects while the WingPro gets a higher capacity. The post Smooth moves: Second-gen Edelkrone sliders offer even smoother video effects appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Trends, Edelkrone, Videography, Video Slider


Six essential tips for photographers switching to video

Photography and video have some similarities, yet plenty of differences. If you’re a photographer who wants to switch to video, in this video from B&H, you’ll hear six essential tips that will make this transition easier. Photographer David Flores talks about the things that every photographer should take into consideration before they start shooting video. […] The post Six essential tips for photographers switching to video appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Videography, Photographers Vs Videographers, David Flores


How to make five horror lighting setups with a single light

Halloween is just around the corner, so you may want to make some scary photos or videos for the occasion.  Jordy Vandeput of Cinecom.net shows you five lighting setups inspired by famous horror movies and series, and you can recreate them all using a single light source. The guys from Cinecom used Aputure 120D to create all […] The post How to make five horror lighting setups with a single light appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Halloween, Photography, Horror, Tutorials, Lighting, Videography, Cinecom, Horror Photography, Jordy Vandeput of Cinecom


This Storm Chaser Captures Monsoon Footage Like You've Never Seen Before

Meteorologists can predict, with some degree of accuracy, whether or not it’s going to rain tomorrow. But determining the exact severity of an approaching storm isn’t quite as easy. So in order to capture the amazing timelapse sequences in his new film, Monsoon IV, Mike Olbinski had to drive nearly 13,000 miles across…Read more...
Tags: Weather, Science, Storms, Mike Olbinski, Videography, Storm Chasers, Timelapses, Monsoon Iv


Using an invisible shotgun microphone right in the shot

Sometimes, you want to use a shotgun microphone, but the angle is too wide, or the location demands that the microphone would be very close to the subject. So close that it gets in the shot. Videographer Griffin Hammond has a great tip on placing a shotgun mic very close to your subject, while not seeing […] The post Using an invisible shotgun microphone right in the shot appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Audio, Gear, Microphone, Videography, Quick Tip, Griffin Hammond, RODE NTG-3


Kaleidoscopic Drone Footage Takes You To Mind-Bending Places That Can't Really Exist

It looks like drone pilot and videographer Alban Roinard somehow managed to fly his quadcopter into the dream worlds of Christopher Nolan’s Inception. But watching these European cities fold onto themselves isn’t the result of a million dollars-worth of special effects; it’s just simple mirroring tricks applied to…Read more...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Science, Drones, Quadcopters, Videography, Aerial Footage, Inception, Kaleidoscopes, Alban Roinard


Most common travel video problems and ways to fix them

When you want to shoot a decent travel video on vacation, you may face plenty of challenges. They won’t only make the vacation less enjoyable, but also the footage won’t turn out as you wanted. Filmmaker Brandon Li lists four most common problems of making travel videos and gives practical solutions to overcome them. Brandon’s […] The post Most common travel video problems and ways to fix them appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Filmmaking, Videography, Travel Video, Brandon, Brandon Li