Knowing how a camera works is great, but being a walking encyclopedia of DSLR facts only makes you qualified enough to write a technical manual. And you don't want to write manuals. You want to be a filmmaker, baby! But there are all sorts of questions you have to consider as a professional filmmaker. "Should I shoot from above or below?" "Can the lighting be better?" "How do I get Tom Cruise to appear taller than a Hobbit?" In the Cinematography Masterclass, you'll get caught in the weeds weighing the benefits of film stock and digital lighting kits, understand camera movement with dollies and tripods, and more.
Internet connections have gotten fast enough to let dummies with smartphones broadcast their lives to the masses. Some of these dummies are so good at it that they become very rich dummies. What makes one person's petty rant or ASMR video stand out from all the rest? The answer is creating a polished product. Throughout the Introduction to Camtasia, Final Cut Pro X & Wirecast for Live Streaming course, you'll learn how to produce video tutorials, online courses, and screen captures. Most importantly, you'll learn how to create a product that generates clicks, even if that product is a channel rating cat food by how much gas it gives your pets
Drones can be used for more than sketchy neighborhood spying. They have become a revelation in shooting dazzling aerial footage for serious and amateur filmmakers alike. But there are a few things you need to know before you start catapulting expensive camera robots into the sky. After finishing this section on drone video production, you'll learn how to buy the right quadcopter, have the piloting skills to not crash horribly, and understand all of the FAA guidelines for privately operating UAVs. Sorry, Call Of Duty fans, but kill streaks won't help you here.