Tag Archives: shutter speed
Posted on 15. Oct, 2013 by steven schwartz.
Back to Photography 101 Basics – how to create sharp, rich in-focus images. From The Phoblographer, learning how to get sharper still photographs pays off in better-looking videos too. 7 Tips for Sharper Photographs Hold the Camera Correctly Sharpness begins with camera handling. Whether using a large HDSLR or mirror-less camera, two hands are […]
Posted on 20. Dec, 2012 by planetmitch.
Ever wanted to wirelessly (or even wired) remotely control your HDSLR? While there might be several options out there, this new one called the K-Circle from our friends at lockCircle looks pretty darn cool. It is nice to have the option of being able to buy the wired version to start out and then be […]
Posted on 11. Jun, 2012 by planetLuke.
Many of you will remember our new friend planetLuke (Luke Neumann) from the Canon EOS 5D Mark III movie we posted – “Copelandia” – a Canon EOS 5D Mark III ‘test’ video with a story – well, he has come over to planet5D to post their series of HDSLR training videos and we’re thrilled to […]
Posted on 09. Aug, 2011 by Maddie.
When learning about HDSLR video, people often ask “what should my shutter speed be?” And they often rely on their photographic background and want to bump the shutter speed up pretty high because they want the action to be frozen like in their photographs. But, that isn’t the way movies are made and that can […]
Posted on 09. Jan, 2010 by planetmitch.
Good friend of planet5D @tylerginter sent us this very interesting article he published in his blog about the 180 Degree Shutter and what it means for shooting video and for those of you wanting more of a “film” look for your movies. The article is a really interesting read and well worth your time if […]