I've been recording video since 2012, way before it was cool. 100% transparency, it also wasn't very good. Blown highlights, shaky video, absolute CRAP audio, but clients loved it.
I started my video journey with a Sony a55 that didn't even have manual control in video mode. Video is the #1 requested topic for my mentorships, so I decided to create this Bootcamp to help photographers learn video faster. Let's make your next video shine!
I use video to create lifelong clients!
Setting up your camera for video.
Optimizing your footage for audio and stabilization.
Developing the story.
Putting it all together in the edit.
Questions we will cover
What equipment do I need to shoot video?
How do I make my footage stable?
What do I need to get good audio?
Can I use auto-focus or should I be using manual focus?
How do you pick the music for your films?
How do I decide what footage to capture for the video?
Should I record in 24p or 60p?
Should I choose all-i or IPB compression?
What software do I need to make films?
How can I color correct my footage?
Can I fix my shaky video in post-production?
How do you deal with artificial lights?