In this class you will learn about the key camera settings needed for video, how to choose the right lens for capturing motion, the important role your memory card can play, how the pros keep their subjects in focus, and so much more. If you’ve been neglecting the video functions on your DSLR because you haven’t been satisfied with the quality of your footage then this class is for you!
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Mia introduces the class, discusses what material will be covered, and jumps right into the first topic, resolution.
The frame rate you choose can affect the feel of your video, so it is helpful to understand the different frame rate options.
Choosing the correct shutter speed is based on the frame rate of your video.
There are a variety of factors to consider when choosing a lens for DSLR video.
Like sunglasses for your camera, a neutral density filter is a valuable accessory for letting you shoot with a wide aperture in bright light.
When it comes to video you are going to get better results using manual focus.
Memory card speed and overall capacity are critical for shooting video.
The camera's LCD screen is difficult to see in bright daylight, so having an attachment that shades the sun is incredibly helpful.
The fluid head tripod is a videographers best friend.
A video monopod is different than a monopod is different than a still photography monopod.
Upgrading your microphone is the best thing you can do for improving your audio. Understanding the different types of microphones will help you choose the right one for the situation you are recording.
Mia McCormick works as a resident technology expert for Kelby Training and B&H Photo - one of the largest electronic retailers in the world. She also conducts a series of…