Many photographers own a DSLR camera capable of shooting extremely high quality video and yet never use any video features. We want to change that! This video tutorial aims to teach the three basic components of understanding how your camera has a cause and effect relationship with three key features while shooting in video mode: ISO, Shutter Speed, and Aperture.
It’s very easy to begin using the video feature of your DSLR camera, but understanding these three features while using manual controls is a must to produce quality footage.
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This post was created by Jeff Manion and Morgan Lawrence. Jeff and Morgan will be teaching a class at The Define School in April called DSLR Video 101. To receive a reminder of when their class opens for registration sign-up for The Define School’s newsletter here.