Summary: Learn how to shoot and edit better video. Hosted by Israel Hyman, Izzy Video provides simple techniques and tips to help you improve your video. The videos are short and educational. Whether you are a beginner or a veteran in the world of video, you will likely benefit from watching these videos. Also, if you want more information and resources, please visit the website at www.izzyvideo.com.
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Do you want to learn how a Director of Photography thinks? Want to know how they approach a scene, make decisions on lights, or tackle difficult problems on set? One of the best ways to find out is by talking to one. Once again I have something new to share with you. I recorded this audio interview with Art Adams, a knowledgeable Director of Photography. He’s brilliant and willing to share valuable information. If you have any interest in lighting, composition, working on set, moving the camera, and the cine side to video, I highly recommend you give this a listen:
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In this video, I demonstrate the effect of using different levels of diffusion for outdoor lighting. Diffusion panels are essential tools for shooting video outdoors.
In this video, I demonstrate several different ways to turn a hard light into a soft light source. Many people look best under a soft light, so it’s helpful to know how to create one.
How do you create dramatic lighting? And how do you light for video in a small room? This video will answer these questions. In the tutorial, I show you the tools and techniques to create high-contrast, dramatic lighting. And the great thing about this technique is that it’s ideal for shooting in a small room. If you need to shoot interview-style videos in a small room, you’ll likely find this tutorial helpful. And the results can be visually awesome. This video is available to members only.
How can you make family videos more interesting? Emulate what you see in documentaries. In this video, I’ll show you the four ingredients of documentaries, and then I’ll show you how you can turn regular family videos into micro-documentaries. (And people will love what you make with them!)