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Color Grading Videos Is As Essential As Processing Photos

Most people uploading video to the internet are uploading barely edited (read: clipped together) collections of raw video shot from their camera. While dramatic moments shared instantly differ entirely from produced productions — color grading is the biggest step every video creator overlooks before hitting publish. […]

By | June 30th, 2016|Video Tips|2 Comments

The Essential Storm Videography Kit

As many of us are shopping for our newest gadgets for storm season, we start getting a flurry of questions from now to March on “What should I buy for chasing this year” camera and gear type of questions. Instead of answering those individually, we’re compiling our recommendations for 2016 in one place. […]

By | January 9th, 2016|Video Tips|0 Comments

Getting the Most Out of Your Camera…

Gear envy is something that doesn’t go away for some people, I used to be that way too. The need to constantly upgrade your camera is typically a symptom of a much larger issue: the desire for better image quality. For the most part, you can elminate the need for a new camera body with [...]

By | December 30th, 2015|Photo Tips, Video Tips|0 Comments

Some Tips on Capturing Storms at Night…

After the November 16, 2015 tornado outbreak — I think I was asked about nighttime photography at least half a dozen times. I’m used to getting questions all the time, but so many questions on the exact same thing is rare! So let’s talk about it: How do you take photos and videos of storms [...]

By | November 19th, 2015|Photo Tips, Video Tips|0 Comments

The “Low Quality” Cell Phone, Why Its a Myth, and How to Make it a Powerhouse

For the longest time, many photographers have dismissed their cell phones as true photography tools. Not only is that a mistake, but I believe some are missing the potential to capture great moments with the cameras on their phones. The ‘its just a cell phone shot’ mentality is why most cell phone shots with that [...]

By | November 4th, 2015|Photo Tips, Video Tips|4 Comments