DSLR Video Tips: Gadgets & Gear

DSLR Video Tips: Gadgets & Gear

DSLR Video Tips: Gadgets & Gear is an Intermediate level tutorial on Photography, created by the creator, Richard Harrington. This tutorial is an absolute step for an individual who needs to excel in his/her Photography expertise. It provides you a strong understanding on DSLR Video, Audio for Video, Filmmaking, Photography, Video, DSLR Video, Audio for Video, Filmmaking, Photography and Video.

Free Download - DSLR Video Tips: Gadgets & Gear
Author Richard Harrington
Publish Date 5/17/2016
Skill Intermediate
Duration 3h 57m
Topic Audio for Video
Video Tutorials 65
Last Update N/A

There are dozens of companies pitching their products to today’s video professional. But what are the essential pieces of gear for starting out? What do the pros use for stabilizing footage, controlling a camera remotely, or fitting into a tight space? DSLR Video Tips answers the most common questions videographers have about camera accessories and production equipment. Rich Harrington and Robbie Carman demo loupes and slates, external monitors, lighting aids like matte boxes, tripods and monopods, and quadcopters, as well as post-production techniques for fixing issues that even the most high-tech gadgets can’t correct.

Topics include:

  • Reducing lens flare with matte boxes
  • Using loupes and electronic viewfinders to check focus and exposure
  • Capturing metadata with a slate
  • Fixing shaky footage
  • Controlling a camera remotely
  • Sliding the camera
  • Elevating your camera

DSLR Video Tips: Gadgets & Gear : Video Lessons

  • Welcome1m 3s
  • What is a matte box?4m 1s
  • Discussing the benefit of filters4m 19s
  • Reducing lense flare3m 18s
  • What is an EVF?2m 51s
  • Checking focus3m 56s
  • Checking exposure3m 28s
  • Viewing camera settings4m 4s
  • What is a loupe?2m 38s
  • Proper focus with a loupe4m 18s
  • Proper exposure with a loupe5m 9s
  • Follow focus overview2m 25s
  • What is a follow focus?2m 38s
  • Setting the marks1m 56s
  • Operating follow focus1m 4s
  • Evaluating the results3m 34s
  • Why should I use a slate?2m
  • Using a digital slate5m 13s
  • Using a physical slate3m 32s
  • Alternate metadata2m 49s
  • How can I fix shaky shooting?4m 37s
  • Fixing shaky shooting in Final Cut Pro X8m 54s
  • Fixing shaky shooting in Premiere Pro9m 30s
  • Using a field monitor1m 44s
  • Connecting the monitor1m 18s
  • Using peaking and "focus in red"1m 36s
  • Using color assist2m 34s
  • Looping the monitor1m 55s
  • Using your HDMI port5m 17s
  • Adapting HDMI to SDI4m 15s
  • Remotely controlling a camera1m 34s
  • Attaching a CamRanger2m 38s
  • Creating a network4m 50s
  • Controlling a DSLR with an iPad2m 46s
  • How do I get my camera into tight spaces?1m 58s
  • Using GorillaPods3m 52s
  • Using additional grip items4m 30s
  • Using a DINO3m 50s
  • Using a lens skirt3m 54s
  • What causes shake?3m 23s
  • Using a stable platform9m 27s
  • Fixing shake in post4m 30s
  • Sliding the camera3m 1s
  • Tabletop dolly3m 8s
  • What is a slider?3m 55s
  • Using a slider3m 32s
  • Slider versatility2m 21s
  • What is a monopod?2m 39s
  • Exploring stabilized shooting4m 28s
  • Exploring overhead shooting3m 26s
  • Why do I need a fluid head?3m 6s
  • Standard photo head drawbacks4m 1s
  • Why use a fluid head?6m 9s
  • Converting a photo tripod3m 29s
  • How do I get a GoPro in the air?2m 1s
  • Attaching a GoPro to a quadcopter2m 23s
  • Calibrating the quadcopter2m 12s
  • Flying with the GoPro on the quadcopter3m 48s
  • Evaluating the quadcopter footage5m 49s
  • Getting more control with the quadcopter5m 42s
  • Getting the camera higher2m 26s
  • Using a monopod to extend your reach2m 46s
  • What is a jib?3m 33s
  • Operating a jib6m 21s
  • Evaluating the shots4m 20s

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