How To Set Up Your DSLR Camera For A Cinematic Short Film

Hey guys, Rob Ruef here with a tutorial on how to set up your camera for shooting a cinematic short film. There’s a few things you need to remember when you are setting up to shoot your film, and these are: frame rate, flat picture style, depth of field and most importantly the exposure. First…

Why Filmmakers Should Learn Photography

This week we’re looking in how taking a bunch of photos can actually teach you a lot about filmmaking. Hello my name is Simon Cade and this is DSLR Guide. So, anyone who follows me on Instagram will know that recently I’ve been getting into casual photography. Taking a photo everyday as a way to…

Cinematic Camera Angles & Movement

One of my big goals with our last short film was to the use the camera movement and the camera placement in a way that supported the story. So what does that actually mean, how can we use cinematography in a creative way? For this project I thought it’d be cool to try and show…

Best Camera For YouTube – Top 3 Video Camera Reviews

– So what is the best all around camera for YouTube when it comes to price, performance, being user friendly? I’m going to share with you the three best options right now. Hey, what’s up guys, Sean here with Think Media TV, helping you move further, faster, in media and on this channel, we do…

Why I Won’t Buy a New Camera

This is the camera that I have been using since the beginning of 2013, and I’ve got another one filming this episode now. Over the years I have used this on so many different projects. And I’m here to explain to you why I have no interest in upgrading to a better camera. It’s really…

Tech Tips – What is Noise In Digital Photography? And How to Reduce Noise In Photos!

Hey guys Brainy Here and welcome to another Tech Tips Video. In today’s video, let’s talk a bit about cameras and more specifically, let’s talk about what the term noise refers to when using a camera. So let’s get right into it. In digital photographs, “noise” is the commonly-used term to describe visual distortion. It…

Cinematic Film Look on a DSLR

I purposefully set up this shot to look the opposite of cinematic. So let’s go through some simple steps to see how close we can get to the film look. If we want our shots to look like movies, then first we should think about composition: the way we position the camera. It’s a huge…

MI:Fallout – Cinematography Breakdown

hey what is up my name is rubidium today we are looking at the cinematography and stunts behind Mission Impossible fallout this is a little less animated than my regular breakdowns because I'm actually traveling for work and I'm doing this in a hotel room so I don't have an external camera but I'm gonna…

What I Learned From Shane Hurlbut's Illumination Experience

this week I'm going over what I learned from Shane halbert's cinematography workshop hello my name is simon cade and this is DSLR guide so I'm sure many of you have heard of Shane hell but because he's one of the few few people in the mainstream Hollywood industry who are actually sharing their ideas…