If you’re getting ready to shoot your first wedding or you’re relatively new to wedding videography, this one is for you!
At first, audio is not a sexy topic, especially compared to cameras, lenses and editing techniques. But the audio quality of your videos will make or break the experience for your audience.
This week’s video is a quick tutorial with 4 quick tips on how to improve the audio quality of your videos.
As you learn to use your DSLR or mirrorless camera, you’re going to see this thing in your settings called ISO. Don’t worry; it’s not an acronym that means anything for your photography knowledge. ISO is the third member of the exposure triangle.
If you’ve wondered how to get those smooth, blurred out backgrounds in your video and photos, one of the biggest factors in achieving that look is through understanding the aperture on your camera lens.
If you’re on your journey to learn to use an interchangeable lens camera, you’ve probably come across a few settings that have been changing how your image looks. You’ve probably jumped on a search engine to either find something to read or watch a video to figure out where to start. Well, one of the […]
Don’t think that just because you have a fancy camera and an expensive lens suggested by a Youtuber that you’ll get clean, crispy video with no problems. I have 7 settings that I check every single time I shot video in order to get great results.
With all the excitement around the recently released M1 Macs it’s a very tempting consideration to go out and get a new editing computer. Here are some tips to help you edit video faster without buying a new computer
Let me set the record straight: this is not a new years resolution. And now that editing from the 2020 wedding season (or what was left of it) is done, I’m focusing on my pivot, which starts on Jan 12, 2021.