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The Difference Between F-Stop and T-Stop
You have probably heard both F-stop and T-stop values being used when referring to aperture.  Both terms are often confused with each other but their meanings are slightly different. F-stop refers to the numerical representation of the size of the lens aperture in relation to the focal length. This means an f-stop value will tell you how mu... read more
Rode MiCon Compatibility Table for Lavalier/Pinmic & HS1
We have compiled a list of Rode’s various MiCon connectors, and their compatible manufacturer brands and models.  This list is continually being updated as new models are released, so please check with Rode for compatibility with the very latest models. Connector Compatible Brand Compatible Mod... read more
Recommended Course - Learn Wildlife Film Making with Wildeye
It’s rare, these days, to watch a wildlife documentary that isn’t littered with stunning clips where time has been stretched or compressed. Time lapse sequences show the slow events of nature that are difficult to appreciate at normal speed, such as the opening of a flower, mushrooms growing, caterpillars eating a leaf or clouds scudding over d... read more
7 of the Best DSLR Video Blogs You Should be Reading
We’ve put together a list of some of our favourite DSLR video blogs to help you learn more about DSLR filmmaking.   No Film School - http://nofilmschool.com No Film School have released a fantastic DSLR Cinematography Guide which you can gain free access to simply by subscribing on their website. They also p... read more
Video Lighting Basics: Intro to 3 Point Lighting
The Basics of 3-Point Lighting The standard 3-point lighting technique is something that you’ll learn really quickly if you’re a beginner filmmaker and it’s something that you should always bear in mind when shooting in a studio. This simple technique applies to film, still photography and computer generated images and forms the ba... read more
Using a Jib – 10 Different Types of Shots Used in the Movies
Crane Techniques In this article I’m going to take you through some of the different camera movements that can be achieved with the use of a crane. Cranes and jibs are very common tools in the world of filmmaking. These mechanical devices differ in size from jibs small enough to fit in the back of a truck to cranes that tower high abov... read more

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