Posts Tagged ‘DSLR’
Learn to manually white balance your camera for consistent DSLR video shooting. Check out this useful video tutorial that explains the tricks for getting a balanced, focused shot manually!
Creative inspiration! Check out this gorgeous video shot using relatively inexpensive equipment an edited in Final Cut Pro X. Proof that beautiful results can be achieved without a big budget.
Red Giant Software makes a significant upgrade to the Plural Eyes audio/video syncing software. Now up to 20X faster than before, Plural Eyes 3 is an indispensible tool for editors working with DSLR footage and externally recorded audio.
Check out this inexpensive (and very handy!) for keeping your camera lens safe and secure! A great trick for DSLR video shooters and photographers.
Give your video footage a retro look in Adobe Premiere with these FREE color grading presets for Adobe Premiere Pro. A quick way to mimic the popular “Instagram” look with your video projects!
Check out our roundup up the very best video production and post podcasts! Podcasts provide a fun and informative way to learn the craft of video production!
Premiumbeat is pleased to announce our Canon 5D Mark III Ultimate DSLR Giveaway! Sign up for a chance to win – a $4,300 value!
These beautifully shot and edited documentary profile videos tell the inspiring stories of artisans using old world techniques.
Determine the calculations for your timelapse shots using the very handy Timelapse Calculator mobile app. This application is a must-have for any serious DSLR timelapse photographer.
Get inspired with these stunning night sky timelapse videos from around the world. Witness the world’s natural wonders in gorgeous HD timelapse video.
Want to capture gorgeous video images with your iPad? The new Padcaster rig allows you to mount DSLR lenses to your iPad tablet, turning it into a turn-key video production machine!
Shooting nighttime DSLR time-lapse doesn’t have to be a shot in the dark. Check out these tips for quickly creating a nighttime time-lapse video with a Nikon DSLR and Adobe After Effects.