Photography Videography

Practice photography to improve your video skills

Sometimes the best way to advance a skill rapidly and with the greatest degree of precision is to be still. The idea seems counterproductive at first, but after consideration, the notion holds water. Top athletes work out the components of their mechanics slowly and methodically. They often use slow-motion video or frame-by-frame analysis to correct minute movements. In this case, still images show what cannot be detected at full speed. Being still is not something that comes naturally to most video producers. Video is about movement, and movement is the default for the majority of media makers. Read More

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