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Video Production Tips, Tricks and Techniques

COMMON VIDEO TECHNIQUES FOR MORE PROFESSIONAL-LOOKING VIDEOS

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Discover the best and easiest ways to make your videos look professionally produced. On this page, are links to a wide array of posts and tutorials covering different video production techniques. Discover the secrets of making professional looking videos with all these many tips and tricks!

You’ll find articles and tutorials on how to shoot talking heads, how to green screen, and how to be a good on-camera presenter.

At the bottom is another section on the many advantages of using a studio set-up to crank out lots of videos fast.

How to Shoot a “Talking Head” Video

Tips for Appearing On-Camera

What to Wear On-Camera

White Balancing and Color Temperature

Advanced Videography, focusing beyond the basics

Getting an out-of-focus background (on purpose!)

Using Royalty Free Video Clips and Where to Get Them

Documentary Style-Profiling People

Documentary Making, Where to Start

How to Videotape a Speaker at a Seminar

Benefits of Teaching Kids Videomaking

Tips for Doing Video Interviews

How to Green Screen

Using a Moving Camera for Effect

Do’s and Don’t for Video Making

Tips for Operating a Video Camera

Tips for Videotaping Animals

Video Production Jargon

Video Aspect Ratio

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VIDEO STUDIO EQUIPMENT AND SET-UP

The biggest advantage to a studio set-up is that production is faster and cheaper. With a video production studio, you can crank out a ton of content quickly. Studio production is MUCH faster than field production. The following posts share a ton of information about what kind of equipment it takes to set up a traditional video studio.

Setting Up a Video Studio

More Setting up a Video Studio

Desktop Video Production with the New Tek VT5

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Lorraine Grula


Lorraine Grula enjoyed a fast-paced, multifaceted career in the television and video business, producing, shooting, writing, and editing documentary-style videos in both news and corporate settings. Later, she got to teach media and video production in two high schools, which then morphed into instructional design and corporate training. Lorraine is now dedicated to sharing her vast knowledge with others who wish to learn the art of video making, with an emphasis on storytelling and creating professional-quality videos for the internet as simply, yet creatively as possible.

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