What Makes A Good Video?

What Makes A Good Video?

The answer is surprisingly simple: A good video is a video enjoyed by its audience. No more and no less. Now, the audience may be you, your followers on social media or a client who hired you for a job. Making a “good” video therefore implies that you know your...
Understanding exposure (aperture, shutter speed, ISO)

Understanding exposure (aperture, shutter speed, ISO)

Exposure is one of the central concepts of photography and is influenced by 3 different (and independent) factors in your camera: Aperture Shutter speed ISO sensitivity If any of those terms are unknown to you, please be sure to check our article on terminology for a...
How To Be A Better Videographer

How To Be A Better Videographer

Having the gear, but not getting the results? Spent hundreds on that new camera or drone and then found yourself unhappy with your photos and videos? In this case, the good and the bad news are identical: It’s probably you, not your camera (sorry). Cameras are...
How to turn your photos into a video clip from Adobe Lightroom

How to turn your photos into a video clip from Adobe Lightroom

Using Adobe Lightroom to edit and manage your photos? Ever wanted to create a photo slideshow in a video format you can upload to YouTube or Vimeo? Here’s the easy and fast way to do it: And for those of you who prefer text over video, here’s a summary:  ...
Terminology

Terminology

You’ve probably stumbled upon some of these and  we’re going to use them in our guides and tutorials as well. Just to make sure you’re always able to follow, here are some of the most important photography terms explained: Aperture – the...

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more information

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.

Close