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Primer: How to Set Great Exposure for Video

DP Review   Thursday June 28, 2018

This new video from DP Review delves into how to set exposure for video, which is a lot like setting exposure for photography, though neutral density filters are more commonly used in video. Thus, notes DIY Photography, the exposure triangle becomes a square, or a trapezoid, consisting of shutter speed, aperture, gain (rather than ISO), and neutral density. You’ll learn about the difference between T stops and F stops, the 180-degree shutter rule, and more.   Read the full Story >>

Travelog: Lost in Malta

Vimeo   Thursday June 28, 2018

Speaking of travel videos: If you’ve got about two minutes, you can get lost in Malta, via a new travelog video titled, appropriately, Lost in Malta. It's the latest in a series of “Lost in” videos from The Lost Avacado, a travel and lifestyle blog written by Sara Izzi with videos created by Timur Tugalev. The film, made in collaboration with DJI, features footage stabilized by the DJI Ronin-S gimbal.   Read the full Story >>

State of the Art: Sharing Travel Videos at AIRBNB

DIYPhotography   Thursday June 28, 2018

Looking for a new place to share your travel videos? Try AirBnB’s new Travel Stories platform, which, notes DIY Photography, is pretty much like Instagram Stories, except that it's made for travelers. (Access the feature on the current AirBnB app for iPhone.) AirBnB recommends that you share ten videos that are at least 10 seconds long. You can view other people’s stories under the app’s Travel Stories tab or at AirBnB.com     Read the full Story >>

Screening Room: The Post-Factual World of "Personal Truth"

Short of the Week   Thursday June 28, 2018

The documentary Personal Truth, from filmmaker Charlie Lyne, looks at the events of December 4, 2016, when a man named Edgar Maddison Welch fired a rifle inside a Washington, D.C. pizzeria while acting on alt-right rumors about a child sex ring operated by Hillary Clinton. “I thought it might make for an interesting exploration of why conspiracy theories — even the outlandish ones — are so potent,” says Lyne at Short of the Week.   Read the full Story >>

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