Raw Workflow for Videographers

As far back as I can remember in my video production career, I had been jealous of the dynamic range and pure flexibility that photographers had working with RAW digital image files. They could seemingly point and shoot without regard to in-camera exposure and simply fix it in post as long as focus was correct.

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Everything You Need to Know About Shooting Slow Motion Video

Ever since I started editing wedding films back in the early 2000s, I’ve utilized slow motion. I’ve used it to make my films more emotional, more dramatic, and even to fix some in-camera issues like shakiness, allowing me to focus on using the best part of a shot.

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The Best Video Delivery Platforms

Here we will talk about the two most popular video delivery/streaming services and the pros and cons of each. Vimeo is not one of them. While I think Vimeo is a viable option for content delivery, I want to focus on two of the newer, more progressive services in the game: MediaZilla and WedFlow.

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Final Cut Pro X Workflow for Videographers

Empty your mind of everything you know about traditional NLEs and allow yourself, as Yoda says, to unlearn what you have learned. If you’re new to the field of video editing, this will be more like learning a new language at a young age as opposed to trying to learn Mandarin at age 35 on your first trip to Shanghai.

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