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  • Books
    The Tuts+ Photo & Video Recommended Reading ListLibrary stacks thumbnail
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    The Instructors here at Tuts+ Photo & Video are a diverse crew. Though we come from different walks of life, one thing we share is our love of books: photo and video books! Our Instructors share their favourite books about learning how to make photos and video.Read More…
  • Audio
    New Course: Advanced Audio Processing for VideoAudioforvideo
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    In a video production, audio is arguably a more important factor than picture. In our new Tuts+ course, you will learn how to edit, process, mix, and master audio for your video projects. Read More…
  • Lenses
    Focus Versus Exposure: f-Stops, T-Stops, and Lenses for VideoBen lucas f vs t stops preview
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    This can be confusing when shopping for a new lens. Learn the difference between F-Stops and T-Stops to help with your next lens purchase.Read More…
  • Video
    The DSLR Revolution: No Longer Just About the CameraDslr revolution cameras preview
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    When the DSLR video camera came along, the dream of making beautiful, cinematic films became an affordable reality. While it's easy to get hung up on the camera and gear (and many do), today the DSLR revolution is much bigger than that. Read More…
  • Audio
    How to Synchronize Audio and Video With PluraleyesBen lucas pluraleyes audio sync
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    Learn how to use Pluraleyes, the best software for syncing multiple cameras and audio sources.Read More…
  • iPhone
    How to Use Your iPhone Like A Pro: Hardware Add-OnsOlloclip iphone thumb
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    The iPhone is a great camera, but it has some limitations. In this tutorial I’ll take you through some of the hardware add-ons that can turn your phone into a serious picture-making toolRead More…
  • Video
    Slate the Tape: How To Synchronize Audio and Video in a SnapSlate the tape
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    Ever seen those clapperboards on set? This video will cover why we use them, how to properly "Slate the Tape", and even give you a free option for your iPad.Read More…
  • Smartphone
    New Course: Better Video With Your SmartphoneBetterphonevideo
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    Better Video With Your Smartphone will help you make great-looking video with the amazing little video camera in your pocket. This course explores film-making techniques, how to get the most from your phone's video capabilities, and what tools and tactics work best with a smartphone. By the end of this course you'll be able to make a professional-looking short video with nothing but your phone!Read More…
  • Smartphone
    5 Best Apps for Windows Phone Video MakersWindows video helper apps thumbnail
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    Although there are multiple apps for videographers using Android and iPhone smartphones, there are less for those using Windows Phone 8. Here is a list of some of the best WP8 apps for videographers, reviewed and commented.Read More…
  • Smartphone
    How to Use Your iPhone Like A Pro: Manual Photo & VideoManual iphone screenshot 1 thumbnail
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    The iPhone is the most popular camera in the world. Using third party apps, you can get total control over how it captures photo and video. In this tutorial I'll get you started using your iPhone like a pro.Read More…
  • Documentary
    How To Find and Choose a Documentary SubjectFinding doc subjects target preview
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    Skillful editing can make any documentary video better, but starting out with a great subject is what elevates a good video to a memorable, meaningful story. How do you find a willing participant locally or even thousands of miles away? What qualities do you look for? How do you contact them?Read More…
  • Video
    5 Essential Projects To Get You Started as a Weekend FilmmakerWeekend film maker thumbnail
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    You've heard the advice many times: forget the excuses, just go out and shoot! It's the only way to learn! Sounds great! But what to shoot? Many filmmakers default to narrative or fiction short films, but there are many, many barriers to making a decent short narrative film, such as scripts, actors, locations, crew.... it's way more complicated than just "go shoot."Read More…
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