Filming and Editing Tips

No mater how much knowledge we have (or think we have) we could all use some guidance now and again. Whether it is guidance with work, relationships, or say... video editing, we could all use a helping hand. A little advice or a few tips from time to time can go a long, long, way in helping to complete a project, give a shot that professional polish, or speed up post production. That's what this page is all about. We've gathered all of our years of expertise and put together a few pages of information that will help you create great videos for your friends, family, clients, and yourself. Whether you're looking for tips on how to shoot better video or you're on a mission to create a video of a sporting event, wedding, vacation, or music video this page will offer you some solutions that will assist you in the video making process. 

YouTube Video Equipment

These are the products & services that I use and recommend for creating high quality videos. I share all of the current cameras, microphones, lights, and other equipment that I use to bring you all of the tutorials I make on YouTube. 

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Video Planning Tips

Whenever you are going to take on an endeavor which you want to be successful you have to have a plan. Planning your video from beginning to end will help make the process easier and help you to obtain the results you are looking for. 

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Handheld Shooting Tips

If you don't have a tripod or some other support device you have to go handheld. Holding a camera can cause the shakiest video you have ever seen if you don't know the rules of handheld shooting. We have some tips to help you out.

Take a look at our Handheld Shooting Tips.

Green Screen Tips

Shooting video with a green screen can help you create fantastic realistic effects...if you know what you're doing. Our tips will give you the knowledge you need to get a clean key and blur the lines between fantasy and reality.

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Music Video Tips

Music videos used to need a big budget and record label in order to see the light of day. With affordable cameras and online video you have the tools to make your own video. Now all you need is the knowledge...which we will be happy to provide.

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Sports Video Tips

Sports videos are some of the most entertaining videos you can create. Whether it is a video of your kids or a scouting video you want to get the best angles and capture as much of the action as possible. We've got the goods to get the results.

Take a look at ours Sports Video Tips.

Video Shooting Tips

Shooting is a video is not as simple as point and shoot. There are several mistakes that can be made. If you know what those mistakes are and how to avoid them you will be have less work to do during the post production process.

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Video Editing Tips

Video editing is an art. Just like any artist perfecting your craft takes practice. You need time behind the desk to get really good, but knowing some of the tips that can improve effectiveness can go along way in getting you off to a good start.

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Vacation Video Tips

Family vacations are some of the most enjoyable times of our lives and they create some of our best memories. Creating a vacation video the right way can capture those memories for you and future generations of your family to enjoy.

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Wedding Video Tips

Creating a wedding video can be a huge undertaking. Impressing your clients is pivotal to success. Don't sweat it, we will give you some great advice that will help you get the results that everyone will appreciate.

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Working With Keyframes

What the heck are keyframes? If this question sounds familiar read on. Keyframes help a video editor have complete control over effects, filters, movement, and cameras. We'll tell you about them so you can use them in your own videos.

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