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World-Class Aerials for The World Cup

World-Class Aerials for The World Cup

The world's most popular and prestigious sporting event added aerial coverage for the first time in its illustrious history -- and they turned to partners Helifilms and Helimedia to make it all possible.

Feature, People / Interview
Matt Downey
Event Videographers
Stack Tracks: Layered Digital Music

Stack Tracks: Layered Digital Music

In need of some high-end royalty free music that can fit any media professionals budget? Creative Cow Contributing Editor Stephen Smith explains why Digital Juices StackTraxx layered music library can be the perfect solution for your next project.

Review
Stephen Smith
Event Videographers
How to Add Video, Photo and Audio Assets to your Digital Toolbox

How to Add Video, Photo and Audio Assets to your Digital Toolbox

Who doesn't love high quality free stuff? Let Creative COW Contributing Editor Stephen Smith be your maitre d'. He'll provide a menu that will show you some of the best places to get free video, photo and audio assets that will benefit every media professional.

Feature
Stephen Smith
Event Videographers
Capturing Live Music for Video

Capturing Live Music for Video

People write long and detailed books on this subject for good reason: it is complex, infinitely variable, and much more an art or alchemy than a science. But even artists and alchemists have a starting point which varies depending on the intended outcome. So with that in mind, here are a few questions you can use to help you find your own starting point for capturing live music for video.

Tutorial
Michael Hanish
Event Videographers
Glenn DeLaune reviews: ShowStoppersFX Wedding Collection Volume One

Glenn DeLaune reviews: ShowStoppersFX Wedding Collection Volume One

Videographer Glenn DeLaune takes a look at Show Stoppers FX Wedding Collection Volume One and concludes that this collection of backgrounds, overlays, mattes and titles helped him to create the best looking wedding video he has ever produced.

Review
Glenn DeLaune
Event Videographers
Creating Graphics Clients Love (and pay for!)

Creating Graphics Clients Love (and pay for!)

David Chandler-Gick takes a good look at Creating Graphics Clients Love (and pay for!) Volumes 1 and 2 for Adobe Photoshop produced by PixelPops Design, LLC and concludes that for the neophyte who has never really used Photoshop, this series is an investment that will get you up and running quickly, creating graphics that will make you look like an experienced Photoshop user.

Review
David Chandler-Gick
Event Videographers
Getting The 'Film Look' on a Low Budget Video

Getting The 'Film Look' on a Low Budget Video

It seems that at least once a week someone asks the question, 'How can I make my video look more like film?' In this article, Doug Graham puts forth a few pointers that might make your next job a little easier.

Tutorial
Doug Graham
Event Videographers
Shooting A Wedding by Doug Graham and David Chandler-Gick

Shooting A Wedding by Doug Graham and David Chandler-Gick

We see posts in various video forums from new event videographers, asking, What shots should I take at a wedding? So, David Graham and David Chandler-Gick decided to respond with a list of possible shots and techniques often used by one or both of us. You won't be able to get all these shots at every wedding, but if you get a good selection of them, you'll be ready to edit a memorable wedding video.

Tutorial
Doug Graham, David Chandler-Gick
Event Videographers
David Chandler-Gick Reviews: The Business of Wedding and Special Event Videography

David Chandler-Gick Reviews: The Business of Wedding and Special Event Videography

David Chandler-Gick takes a look at 'The Business of Wedding and Special Event Videography' written by John Goolsby. If you're thinking of getting into the Wedding Video business, you'll want to take a look at David's review

Review
David Chandler-Gick
Event Videographers
How to Make Better VHS Dubs from DV Movies

How to Make Better VHS Dubs from DV Movies

Doug Graham sees the question 'how can I make better VHS dubs from my DV movies?' so often that he's put together a comprehensive response.

Tutorial
Doug Graham
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