Martien Janssen put together a really interesting Timeslice video of Bali. This is not a video style I have seen before but it is very well executed.
Sterling Lorence, a legendary MTB photographer, brings you into his world and shares with you the process and painstaking work and planning it takes to get an epic shot.
Color grading can always be a challenge especially when shooting underwater video with a GoPro. This walk through by Guillaume Cornet shows you al the setting and ideas on how to get that perfect underwater colors.
Having been to Africa (Tanzania) on numerous occasions as a tour leader, there are times when one wishes they had one of the amazing Cineflex gyro stabilized cameras. Using a 50-1000mm lens, Silverback Productions was able to get some amazing video.
This video is really great, so many fun ideas I have never seen for some awesome creativity for your videos. A few years ago I bought and Aero and this video showed the shots using it. I forgot I even had it, so it was a good reminder to try it. I also like the […]
Emil Pakarklis is hte founder of IPhone Photography School and we have been watching his videos for a few years now. One of the great features of the iPhone is to use live view to create some great time exposure effects for scenes like waterfalls for example. But watching this video we discovered a new […]
Forget film school, these tips will have you one your way to creating some great images and videos. Leading lines and the Rule of Thirds have always been a favorite but we also like the segment on Break the Rules.
We’re all beginners at some point and this videos really nails the nuts and bolts from What Shots to Get for a Good Travel Video and Why? to How to Transition from One Place to the Other.
Hugo Moussy has created some really inspiring travel videos and this is my favorite from his Youtube Channel. His transitions and cut frames will inspire you to hop on a plane and travel to Indonesia. Make sure you check out his other videos.
Dan Olson has created a great video on NFT’s and the pitfalls with falling into the idea that this is the next big thing. At just over two hours, grab a drink and watch the most in-depth video I have seen on this subject.