David Schonauer

Tutorial: The Dos and Don'ts of Slow Motion

Filmora   Thursday June 21, 2018

Slow motion is absolutely terrific — when you know how to use it correctly. A new tutorial from Filmora runs through five slow-mo dos and don’ts. Among the don’ts: Overuse of slow motion. (Not every project will be made better by slow mo.) Among the dos: Use a tripod or gimbal. See DIY Photography  for more.   Read the full Story >>

Time Lapse: A Flow Motion Safari Through Botswana

Vimeo   Thursday June 21, 2018

“From the Okavango to Chobe to the Kalahari Desert, Botswana is home to some of the best wildlife in the world,” notes time-lapse filmmaker Tyler Fairbank, whose new video Safari Botswana  takes viewers on a 4K “flow motion” start-to-finish first-person trip through the natural world. Shot over eight days, the time lapse is made up of approximately 38,000 RAW photographs that were rendered into about 300 time-lapse clips.   Read the full Story >>

Insight: 6 Steps to Launching Your Music-Video Career

The Buff Nerds   Thursday June 21, 2018

Want to start making music videos? In a new video, music video director Jakob Owens of The Buff Nerds YouTube channel offers tips on how to do just that — and on how to make your own music videos more professional looking and compelling. Start with the basics: Reach out to local bands and musicians and see if they're open to you shooting a music video.    Read the full Story >>

Screening Room: Reeling After a Daughter's Accidental Shooting

Short of the Week   Thursday June 21, 2018

“For all the fiery rhetoric that surrounds the topic of gun control in the U.S., Brooklynn, a documentary from filmmaker Charlie Mysak  about a couple reeling in aftermath of the accidental shooting of their daughter, is a remarkably restrained film,” notes Short of the Week. Mysak keeps the focus on the family’s grief, not on politics. "News coverage of gun violence only allows the viewers to see a snippet of a person’s life,” he says.   Read the full Story >>

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