Recent natural disasters serve as a good reminder for all of us to make certain we are protecting (archiving) our digital memories. In this video recording, Your Technology Tutor – Chet Davis – shares some thoughts and information to help us ensure our digital memories are preserved for years to come.
As I was decorating our annual Gingerbread House last evening, I used the ‘Time Lapse’ app on my iPhone to document the creative adventure. Here’s the finished video – and below is a short video showing how you can use this iPhone App to create your own Time Lapse videos. It’s a great idea for […]
I was organizing my office recently and thinking of a way to organize and better manage all my miniDV videotapes. Yes, even though I am shooting video and still photos on flash memory (SD Cards) today I am still shooting HD video on miniDV/HDV videotapes… plus I have lots of tapes from my projects (and […]
What GoPro announced last evening in San Francisco was not just 1 new camera but 3 models… well actually they are 3 variations of their newest GoPro Hero HD camera – their flagship model is the Hero3 Black Edition, there’s also the Sliver Edition and the White Edition. The company is touting these are the […]
In today’s Tech Quick Tip Chet Davis – Your Technology Tutor shares some thoughts and recommendations on using titles in the body of your video. Specifically Chet focuses on the use of ‘Lower Third’ titles.
When I taught video production I loved sharing the CLIO Award Winning commercials with my students… so often these TV commercials from around the world were based on such clever ideas, good stories…sometimes creative effects as well. But always a good story line. Check out the following advert (produced and shown in the UK) by […]
EDITORS NOTE: Why do I choose to share this with you when today’s focus is creating better video? I firmly believe when we view think about, dissect and deconstruct samples of other producers work we can create better video ourselves “Television: A medium. So called because it is neither rare nor well done.” — […]
I am a big fan of ‘deconstructing’ media to see what works, what we can each learn and incorporate in our own video work. Videomaker has a nice 5-minute video posted today where they deconstruct some of the cinematography in ‘Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid’. It’s well worth spending a few minutes learning each […]