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Hi, My name is Nick and I'm a professional photographer working out of Sydney, Australia. Please take a look at my videos and if you would like to purchase any photo you see, or you would like to view more, please visit my website at: http://www.picsbynick.com Thank you for your time.
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A demonstration of continuity editing and the 180 degree rule, where the screen direction of subjects must be consistent from shot to shot.
28 Jun 2007
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A continuation of the Continuity and Screen Direction video, explaining how subjects must enter and exit the frame appropriately.
28 Jun 2007
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Shot Types: The main shot types, what the differences are between them and when they should be used.
28 Jun 2007
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How to pan properly and how panning can be used in your film.
28 Jun 2007
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Why depth of field is important to your video, and how to work with it.
28 Jun 2007
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Tips on setting the proper exposure with a consumer level camera by adjusting the camera’s shutter speed, F-stop, and sensitivity or using a reflector as a fill light.
28 Jun 2007
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How to shoot fireworks or action in the dark, including tips about manual focus, gain settings, iris settings, and tripod usage.
28 Jun 2007
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Tips about cinematography and how to improve the imagery in your videos by shooting more diagonals and fewer horizontals.
28 Jun 2007
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Tips about creating enough contrast between your subject and the background and composing outdoor shots.
28 Jun 2007
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Discussion of how you need to fill the screen with your subject when shooting for small screens like video iPods and internet videos.
28 Jun 2007
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Several tips for improving the color in your videos, including why you should buy a 3-chip camera, the importance of lighting, and how to white balance.
28 Jun 2007
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ENJOY-RATE-COMMENT-SHARE BDCFILMZ online forums: Myspace film page: Blogtv channel: is by far my best work since I have started youtube! I made this trailer in 3 weeks of planning writing etc. I have to admit this was so much fun to direct and shoot. No worries my wife and son were never harmed or killed doing the actual filming of the awesome trailer. programs used: MS Paint MS Moviemaker Adobe PS CS3 Particle Illusion Audicy AVS Video Converter Video Edit Magic MS sound recorder Saw Soundboard
12 Dec 2008
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