27 2015 Sep

10 Simple Tips To Make Home Videos Look Professional: canon vixia

Canon-VIXIA-HF-R500-Digital-Camcorder-White-0-300x3001) No matter what event you videotape, have a plan. Write down or make a mental list of shots you will want to include. If there’s an agenda for the event, you can use it to prepare you shot list.
2) Use a Tripod
If you’re not going to be moving around, hand-holding your camcorder, using a tripod will help you keep your shots steady and clean. There’s nothing more distracting than to view videos in which the camcorder is constantly shaking and moving in and out of focus.
3) Opening Establishing Shot
It’s a shot of the location where the action is going to take place.
4) Shoot Close
Just as with photography, you should typically shoot close on your subjects. Fill the LCD monitor of your camcorder with the main subject being shot.
5) Shoot Cutaway Shots
A cutaway shot is usually a related shot to the main action.
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6) Shoot Wide then Close
Similar to cutaway shots, you will want get in the habit of shooting medium to close range shots.

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7) Change angles and positions
Get in the habit of shooting from different angles and positions.
8) Shoot to Edit
Whether or not you edit your movie after it is recorded, try to do what is called in-camera editing. Before the event, determine how long you will want your video production to be.
9) Check Sound and Recording
Learn to recognize when your camcorder is actually recording and when it’s not. Also check the sound level. If your camera has a way to manually monitor and adjust the level of audio coming into the camera, be sure to constantly check that audio level to make sure it’s not too high or low.

10) Edit Your Production
Editing your video shots using what is called a nonlinear editor, such as Apple’s iMovie, Windows Movie Maker, or Adobe Premiere Elements, is simply the best way to make better video productions.

27 2015 Sep

10 Simple Tips To Make Home Videos Look Professional: canon vixia

Canon-VIXIA-HF-R600-Black-0-300x3001) No matter what event you videotape, have a plan. Write down or make a mental list of shots you will want to include. If there’s an agenda for the event, you can use it to prepare you shot list.
2) Use a Tripod
If you’re not going to be moving around, hand-holding your camcorder, using a tripod will help you keep your shots steady and clean. There’s nothing more distracting than to view videos in which the camcorder is constantly shaking and moving in and out of focus.
3) Opening Establishing Shot
It’s a shot of the location where the action is going to take place.
4) Shoot Close
Just as with photography, you should typically shoot close on your subjects. Fill the LCD monitor of your camcorder with the main subject being shot.
5) Shoot Cutaway Shots
A cutaway shot is usually a related shot to the main action.
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6) Shoot Wide then Close
Similar to cutaway shots, you will want get in the habit of shooting medium to close range shots.

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7) Change angles and positions
Get in the habit of shooting from different angles and positions.
8) Shoot to Edit
Whether or not you edit your movie after it is recorded, try to do what is called in-camera editing. Before the event, determine how long you will want your video production to be.
9) Check Sound and Recording
Learn to recognize when your camcorder is actually recording and when it’s not. Also check the sound level. If your camera has a way to manually monitor and adjust the level of audio coming into the camera, be sure to constantly check that audio level to make sure it’s not too high or low.

10) Edit Your Production
Editing your video shots using what is called a nonlinear editor, such as Apple’s iMovie, Windows Movie Maker, or Adobe Premiere Elements, is simply the best way to make better video productions.

27 2015 Sep

10 Simple Tips To Make Home Videos Look Professional: canon vixia

Canon-VIXIA-Mini-Compact-Personal-Camcorder-Black-0-300x3001) No matter what event you videotape, have a plan. Write down or make a mental list of shots you will want to include. If there’s an agenda for the event, you can use it to prepare you shot list.
2) Use a Tripod
If you’re not going to be moving around, hand-holding your camcorder, using a tripod will help you keep your shots steady and clean. There’s nothing more distracting than to view videos in which the camcorder is constantly shaking and moving in and out of focus.
3) Opening Establishing Shot
It’s a shot of the location where the action is going to take place.
4) Shoot Close
Just as with photography, you should typically shoot close on your subjects. Fill the LCD monitor of your camcorder with the main subject being shot.
5) Shoot Cutaway Shots
A cutaway shot is usually a related shot to the main action.
canon vixia
6) Shoot Wide then Close
Similar to cutaway shots, you will want get in the habit of shooting medium to close range shots.

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7) Change angles and positions
Get in the habit of shooting from different angles and positions.
8) Shoot to Edit
Whether or not you edit your movie after it is recorded, try to do what is called in-camera editing. Before the event, determine how long you will want your video production to be.
9) Check Sound and Recording
Learn to recognize when your camcorder is actually recording and when it’s not. Also check the sound level. If your camera has a way to manually monitor and adjust the level of audio coming into the camera, be sure to constantly check that audio level to make sure it’s not too high or low.

10) Edit Your Production
Editing your video shots using what is called a nonlinear editor, such as Apple’s iMovie, Windows Movie Maker, or Adobe Premiere Elements, is simply the best way to make better video productions.

13 2015 Sep

22 tips for pictures sony cybershot (Third part)

Sony-DSCRX10B-Cybershot-202-MP-Digital-Still-Camera-with-3-Inch-LCD-Screen-0-300x30014) Know when to say no
Most of the time, things aren’t very photogenic by comparison. Anyone can take pictures today. Some things are simply boring. You can spend a lot of effort trying to make them look otherwise, or you can relax and go find better things to photograph.
15) Shut up when things get good
Stop the BS session and shoot when the light gets good.
16) Don’t bunch up; spread out!
The best photos come from the spots no one else has found. If you get stuck in the pile-up, you’ll all get the worst shots.
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17) Forget photo backpacks
Use a photo vest, loaded with pockets, or better, only carry as much as will fit in your pants or jacket pocket.

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18) Amateurs care what you think. Artists only shoot to impress themselves.
Self explanatory: shoot what you love and forget what anyone else thinks.
19) Don’t worry, be happy
Don’t worry if you miss a shot or aren’t prepared. You can always come back again some other time, and if its a scenic location, probably will.
20) Carry Less
Carry less and you’ll be more relaxed and have better time, again leading to more fun and better pictures.
21) Avoid Caffeine
When I finally got off the cola at lunch, I was amazed at how well I slept, and even more importantly, how much more alert I was all day since I had slept well the night before. Taking caffeine screws up your body’s natural rhythms.
22) Don’t worry about offending strangers
Any photo that says something is bound to offend someone somewhere. If someone finds your images disturbing or offensive, maybe they are, or maybe they’re just good.

13 2015 Sep

22 tips for pictures sony cybershot (Third part)

Sony-DSCF505V-Cybershot-26MP-Digital-Camera-0-300x30014) Know when to say no
Most of the time, things aren’t very photogenic by comparison. Anyone can take pictures today. Some things are simply boring. You can spend a lot of effort trying to make them look otherwise, or you can relax and go find better things to photograph.
15) Shut up when things get good
Stop the BS session and shoot when the light gets good.
16) Don’t bunch up; spread out!
The best photos come from the spots no one else has found. If you get stuck in the pile-up, you’ll all get the worst shots.
sony cybershot
17) Forget photo backpacks
Use a photo vest, loaded with pockets, or better, only carry as much as will fit in your pants or jacket pocket.

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18) Amateurs care what you think. Artists only shoot to impress themselves.
Self explanatory: shoot what you love and forget what anyone else thinks.
19) Don’t worry, be happy
Don’t worry if you miss a shot or aren’t prepared. You can always come back again some other time, and if its a scenic location, probably will.
20) Carry Less
Carry less and you’ll be more relaxed and have better time, again leading to more fun and better pictures.
21) Avoid Caffeine
When I finally got off the cola at lunch, I was amazed at how well I slept, and even more importantly, how much more alert I was all day since I had slept well the night before. Taking caffeine screws up your body’s natural rhythms.
22) Don’t worry about offending strangers
Any photo that says something is bound to offend someone somewhere. If someone finds your images disturbing or offensive, maybe they are, or maybe they’re just good.

13 2015 Sep

22 tips for pictures sony cybershot (Third part)

Sony-DSC-RX100M-III-Cyber-shot-Digital-Still-Camera-0-300x30014) Know when to say no
Most of the time, things aren’t very photogenic by comparison. Anyone can take pictures today. Some things are simply boring. You can spend a lot of effort trying to make them look otherwise, or you can relax and go find better things to photograph.
15) Shut up when things get good
Stop the BS session and shoot when the light gets good.
16) Don’t bunch up; spread out!
The best photos come from the spots no one else has found. If you get stuck in the pile-up, you’ll all get the worst shots.
sony cybershot
17) Forget photo backpacks
Use a photo vest, loaded with pockets, or better, only carry as much as will fit in your pants or jacket pocket.

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18) Amateurs care what you think. Artists only shoot to impress themselves.
Self explanatory: shoot what you love and forget what anyone else thinks.
19) Don’t worry, be happy
Don’t worry if you miss a shot or aren’t prepared. You can always come back again some other time, and if its a scenic location, probably will.
20) Carry Less
Carry less and you’ll be more relaxed and have better time, again leading to more fun and better pictures.
21) Avoid Caffeine
When I finally got off the cola at lunch, I was amazed at how well I slept, and even more importantly, how much more alert I was all day since I had slept well the night before. Taking caffeine screws up your body’s natural rhythms.
22) Don’t worry about offending strangers
Any photo that says something is bound to offend someone somewhere. If someone finds your images disturbing or offensive, maybe they are, or maybe they’re just good.

13 2015 Sep

22 tips for pictures sony cybershot (Third part)

Sony-DSC-RX100M-II-Cyber-shot-Digital-Still-Camera-202MP-Black-0-300x30014) Know when to say no
Most of the time, things aren’t very photogenic by comparison. Anyone can take pictures today. Some things are simply boring. You can spend a lot of effort trying to make them look otherwise, or you can relax and go find better things to photograph.
15) Shut up when things get good
Stop the BS session and shoot when the light gets good.
16) Don’t bunch up; spread out!
The best photos come from the spots no one else has found. If you get stuck in the pile-up, you’ll all get the worst shots.
sony cybershot
17) Forget photo backpacks
Use a photo vest, loaded with pockets, or better, only carry as much as will fit in your pants or jacket pocket.

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18) Amateurs care what you think. Artists only shoot to impress themselves.
Self explanatory: shoot what you love and forget what anyone else thinks.
19) Don’t worry, be happy
Don’t worry if you miss a shot or aren’t prepared. You can always come back again some other time, and if its a scenic location, probably will.
20) Carry Less
Carry less and you’ll be more relaxed and have better time, again leading to more fun and better pictures.
21) Avoid Caffeine
When I finally got off the cola at lunch, I was amazed at how well I slept, and even more importantly, how much more alert I was all day since I had slept well the night before. Taking caffeine screws up your body’s natural rhythms.
22) Don’t worry about offending strangers
Any photo that says something is bound to offend someone somewhere. If someone finds your images disturbing or offensive, maybe they are, or maybe they’re just good.

13 2015 Sep

22 tips for pictures sony cybershot (Third part)

Sony-DSC-RX1B-Cyber-shot-Full-frame-Digital-Camera-0-300x30014) Know when to say no
Most of the time, things aren’t very photogenic by comparison. Anyone can take pictures today. Some things are simply boring. You can spend a lot of effort trying to make them look otherwise, or you can relax and go find better things to photograph.
15) Shut up when things get good
Stop the BS session and shoot when the light gets good.
16) Don’t bunch up; spread out!
The best photos come from the spots no one else has found. If you get stuck in the pile-up, you’ll all get the worst shots.
sony cybershot
17) Forget photo backpacks
Use a photo vest, loaded with pockets, or better, only carry as much as will fit in your pants or jacket pocket.

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18) Amateurs care what you think. Artists only shoot to impress themselves.
Self explanatory: shoot what you love and forget what anyone else thinks.
19) Don’t worry, be happy
Don’t worry if you miss a shot or aren’t prepared. You can always come back again some other time, and if its a scenic location, probably will.
20) Carry Less
Carry less and you’ll be more relaxed and have better time, again leading to more fun and better pictures.
21) Avoid Caffeine
When I finally got off the cola at lunch, I was amazed at how well I slept, and even more importantly, how much more alert I was all day since I had slept well the night before. Taking caffeine screws up your body’s natural rhythms.
22) Don’t worry about offending strangers
Any photo that says something is bound to offend someone somewhere. If someone finds your images disturbing or offensive, maybe they are, or maybe they’re just good.

13 2015 Sep

22 tips for pictures sony cybershot (Third part)

Sony-Cybershot-DSC-H400B-DSC-H400B-DSCH400B-DSCH400-H400-63x-Optical-Zoom-201MP page 214) Know when to say no
Most of the time, things aren’t very photogenic by comparison. Anyone can take pictures today. Some things are simply boring. You can spend a lot of effort trying to make them look otherwise, or you can relax and go find better things to photograph.
15) Shut up when things get good
Stop the BS session and shoot when the light gets good.
16) Don’t bunch up; spread out!
The best photos come from the spots no one else has found. If you get stuck in the pile-up, you’ll all get the worst shots.
sony cybershot
17) Forget photo backpacks
Use a photo vest, loaded with pockets, or better, only carry as much as will fit in your pants or jacket pocket.

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18) Amateurs care what you think. Artists only shoot to impress themselves.
Self explanatory: shoot what you love and forget what anyone else thinks.
19) Don’t worry, be happy
Don’t worry if you miss a shot or aren’t prepared. You can always come back again some other time, and if its a scenic location, probably will.
20) Carry Less
Carry less and you’ll be more relaxed and have better time, again leading to more fun and better pictures.
21) Avoid Caffeine
When I finally got off the cola at lunch, I was amazed at how well I slept, and even more importantly, how much more alert I was all day since I had slept well the night before. Taking caffeine screws up your body’s natural rhythms.
22.) Don’t worry about offending strangers
Any photo that says something is bound to offend someone somewhere. If someone finds your images disturbing or offensive, maybe they are, or maybe they’re just good.

13 2015 Sep

22 tips for pictures sony cybershot (Third part)

Sony-Cybershot-DSC-H10-81MP-Digital-Camera-with-10x-Optical-Zoom-with-Super-Steady-Shot-0-300x30014) Know when to say no
Most of the time, things aren’t very photogenic by comparison. Anyone can take pictures today. Some things are simply boring. You can spend a lot of effort trying to make them look otherwise, or you can relax and go find better things to photograph.
15) Shut up when things get good
Stop the BS session and shoot when the light gets good.
16) Don’t bunch up; spread out!
The best photos come from the spots no one else has found. If you get stuck in the pile-up, you’ll all get the worst shots.
sony cybershot
17) Forget photo backpacks
Use a photo vest, loaded with pockets, or better, only carry as much as will fit in your pants or jacket pocket.

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18) Amateurs care what you think. Artists only shoot to impress themselves.
Self explanatory: shoot what you love and forget what anyone else thinks.
19) Don’t worry, be happy
Don’t worry if you miss a shot or aren’t prepared. You can always come back again some other time, and if its a scenic location, probably will.
20) Carry Less
Carry less and you’ll be more relaxed and have better time, again leading to more fun and better pictures.
21) Avoid Caffeine
When I finally got off the cola at lunch, I was amazed at how well I slept, and even more importantly, how much more alert I was all day since I had slept well the night before. Taking caffeine screws up your body’s natural rhythms.
22) Don’t worry about offending strangers
Any photo that says something is bound to offend someone somewhere. If someone finds your images disturbing or offensive, maybe they are, or maybe they’re just good.