by Cinecom Professional tripod tips that every filmmaker needs to know. We explain how you can correctly use a tripod and how to take your tripod skills to the next level. [Read More Here] A tip from the video that helped me the most is the pan/tilt tip. Here you have to hang 9 papers […]Read more "Tripod Tips You Need to Know"
by Videomaker Magazine Videomaker’s comprehensive free reports cover all aspects of video production, from laying out a storyboard to choosing the right tripod to understanding the workflow for a new digital cinema camera. All reports are free to download for subscribers to Videomaker’s free email tips. Once you confirm, you will receive a link to […]Read more "Videomaker’s Free Training Resources"
by Really Right Stuff A short video on how to choose the right tripod for to match your height and the equipment you have.Read more "Choosing The Best Tripod For You"
April 30, 2015 by Dick Reizner, creativeplanetnetwork Dick Reizner provides monthly “Tips to Clip” via The Creative Planet Network. See the archives of past months of helpful media tips to make your life just a little easier. You can check out the current and previous “Tips to Clip” columns online by going here. In the […]Read more "‘Tips to Clip’ by Dick Reizner"
May 6, 2014 by Larry Jordan There’s a new feature in the image stabilizer section of FCP X called Tripod. What this does is stabilize an image so solidly that it looks like it was shot on a tripod. We now have a second stabilization option that may work better in some instances. In addition […]Read more "FCPX’s Tripod Mode"
January 28, 2013 by juicedlink.com Short on cash? Here’s a boatload of DIY projects, along with their how-to videos to create an array of camera products. Of course, they also sell the parts! SELECTING 5/8 INCH TUBES FOR YOUR DIY PROJECTS Rail systems are constructed from 15mm DIA rails, which are crazy expensive. That’s fine […]Read more "A DIY Cookbook of Products"
October 26, 2012 by Chuck Peters, VideoMaker With these essential production tools you’ll be equipped to tackle every obstacle on any shoot. Whether you’re putting together a porch swing or building a bookshelf, one of the first things you’ll find printed on the assembly instructions is a list of the tools needed for the job. […]Read more "7 Top Tools Every Videographer Needs"