Photography 105
DSLR Video Techniques
Genre: Graphics
  • 35 Videos
  • 2h 3m
DSLR video cameras are complex tools with lots of controls and options. In this introductory course, Matt Vanacoro demystifies DSLR video and quickly puts you in the director's seat!
Matt Vanacoro is an A-List New York City based performer, composer and educator with deep experience in all aspects of production, synthesis, electronic keyboards and music technology...
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DSLR camera manufacturers are racing to see just how much technology they can jam into their latest breed of cameras, particularly in the growing area of video. As the feature sets explode, so does the level of complexity and the learning curve! That's why we decided to create this introductory course to demystify DSLR video... and who better to teach it than Matt Vanacoro?!

Matt takes you on a journey starting with the history and evolution of DSLR video. He then examines how every aspect of these cameras, from their lenses and accessories to their professional settings and features, works best for video.

You learn all about video resolutions, size options, framerates and focus modes. Best of all, you see everything in action as Matt demonstrates how these important settings determine the outcome of your video.

This course continues with tutorials on aperture, shutter speed and white balance to help you set up the best possible shots. From there Matt dives deep into recording audio. This is one of his specialties, so you're in for some deep audio knowledge that will assure that your audio captures will be the best that they can be.

The concluding tutorials in this massive 35-tutorial course dive deep into timing issues, sync points, SMPTE timecode and video post production! So get ready to finally understand how your insanely powerful DSLR camera really works with video!
Section 1: Section 1: Introduction
Section 2: Section 2: Tech and Gear
Section 3: Section 3: Size and Speed
Section 4: Section 4: Focus
Section 5: Section 5: Additional Tips
Section 6: Section 6: Audio
Section 7: Section 7: Timing and Control
Section 8: Section 8: Post Production
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