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Photo & Video Learning Guides

Learn the photography and video skills you need with these specially curated learning guides to help you master everything from video editing to creating masterful photo effects.

Each learning guide consists of an overview of the subject along with a hand-picked selection of links to relevant tutorials and courses to help you master a particular subject. In Learn Photoshop Actions, for example, you'll discover what Photoshop actions are and how to install and use them. Then you'll get links to free tutorials and premium video courses to help you learn more. With so much to discover, your only problem is deciding what to learn first.

  1. Documentary in Motion

    9 Posts
    In this tutorial series, we’re looking at ways to add creative motion to a documentary video, with a specific eye for practical and portable solutions that don’t infringe on your ability to tell a good story.
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  2. How to Shoot Video With a Gimbal

    10 Posts
    Brushless gimbals have ushered somewhat of a revolution for video producers, from the hobbyist to the professional camera operator. A video camera on a gimbal has enabled us to achieve smooth, floating-like camera movement on all kinds of shoots, including features, commercials, documentaries, weddings, and even home movies.
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  3. Cinematic Shot Choices

    11 Posts
    In filmmaking, framing refers to how you choose to compose a shot for a specific scene. Framing allows you to emphasize or show emotions, thoughts, sensations and ideas. It is the ingredient that adds weight and feeling to the moment; the essential expressive tool in filmmaking. In this Learning Guide, you'll learn about the eight key ways to frame your shots and how to use them.
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  4. Event Photography

    3 Posts
    The title of ‘Event Photographer' might not sound particularly glamourous or exciting, but the role has far more to offer than simply shooting people holding awkward poses. Each event holds different challenges, so you need to think on your feet, and each client requires a different set of shots. In this Learning Guide you'll get a deeper look at event photography.
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