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    Create Your Own HDR Day to Night TimelapseTuts retina hdr day to night
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    In this tutorial, I'm going to show you how to create a cool looking HDR day to night time-lapse. Starting with the needed equipment for the shoot, we'll also cover the settings of the camera and the intervalometer. Finally, we'll go to the post-processing stage where all the magic will happen.Read More…
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    How to Shoot and Edit a Hyperlapse VideoAetuts retina hyperlapse
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    In this tutorial, we are going to dive into the magic of creating hyperlapse videos from start to finish. We'll start by learning what exactly a hyperlapse is, followed by the gear we need to create it and things we need to know to achieve flawless results. We'll wrap up with the post processing stage where we'll edit our sequences and make them look amazing.Read More…
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    Advanced Guide for Shooting and Editing Timelapse VideosAetuts retina advanced timelapse
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    As a followup to our Introduction to Shooting Timelapse Videos, we're going to take an in-depth look at different issues when it comes to shooting and editing timelapse sequences. We'll learn how to solve problems in the shooting process as well as do some post production magic get the best results possible.Read More…
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    The Woes of Greenscreen and Bluescreen: Part 1Aetuts retina woes of greencreen
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    There are a lot of things to remember when shooting on green or bluescreen. We're going to highlight a few of the more important things to keep in mind and show you some shots that pose interesting challenges. In part two, we'll talk about how to overcome these issues in post.Read More…
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    An Introduction to Shooting Timelapse VideosAetuts retina timelapse
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    In this video, we are going to explore timelapse video techniques. We'll look at various ways to shoot time lapse videos as well as the gear and information you need to get up and running.Read More…
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    A Simple Way To Shoot HDR Video Footage Using Magic LanternHdr tutorial preview
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    Today we'll be discussing the possibilities of shooting HDR video using a Canon DSLR (In my case, a Rebel T2i/550D) paired with a custom firmware made by Magic Lantern. We'll start with how to shoot your video, talk about how to combine the clips and finally how to color correct to get a better result.Read More…
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    DIY - Create Your Own White BoxWhitebox thumbnail
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    In this tutorial we'll be creating a White Box which will allow you to take awesome close up photos in a seamless "Matrix-like" space. There is plenty of information on the web on how to create a White Box so I don't claim to have "come up with" this idea. All that's important to me is that it's in front of your eyes now so this can be an option for your future projects. Enjoy! Read More…
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    DIY – Create An Overhead Lighting RigThumb
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    The first DIY created by the guys over at Pixel Mobb went over so well that we asked them to create some more helpful DIY QuickTips for us. Seeing a light stand in the shot is the leading cause of premature insanity amongst video editors... ok, I made that up, but do everybody a favor and watch this to keep it from coming true!Read More…
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    Make Your Own Durable Light Dimmers For Less Than $303d and motion graphics
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    In today's tutorial we're going to take you step by step through everything you need to know to build your own rugged light dimmers. We use these exact dimmers on all our studio and on location shoots. Besides being extremely durable, these little devices provide a wider range of lighting options and are surprisingly valuable when you have to light a scene in a tight location.Read More…
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    How To Get The Best From Your DSLR While Using TwixtorTutorialpic 200x200
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    Today we'll take a look at how to get the best results from DSLR footage while using Twixtor. We're going to talk about what you can do to ensure that you have good footage to work with and also how to work with "less than perfect" footage as well! For Premium members, we have a special discount code available in the project files at tutsplus.com. It's only valid through March 26, 2012 at the Re:Vision Webstore so check it out now!Read More…
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    "Lens Whacking" To Get Light Blooms In Your FootageLensthumb
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    In this tutorial, you will learn the basics to Lens Whacking, a cool trick that can help give your videos a vintage, artistic feel by allowing excess light into the camera. You will learn how to hold the camera, how to best position your lens, and some extra tips for managing your shots. This technique is fairly simple to execute once you familiarize yourself with the basics, and will result in quite a unique, dream-like effect in your videos.Read More…
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    DIY - Shower Head Perspective RigShowerthumb
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    In today's tutorial I'll show you how to create a very simple rig that you can use to simulate a shower head perspective or garden hose sprayer. For less then $5 you can add a new dynamic shot to your arsenal of possible camera angles. **One thing I didn't mention in the tutorial is that you have to let the glue dry before you put the tape over it... otherwise it WILL leak.Read More…
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