I have two videos - both are on a tripod, so they are locked in place. First video has an empty background (no people or objects), the second video has a person walking through the scene. Is there a ...
I am trying to record some video of an iPad with a Canon 60D. The camera is mounted on a tripod about 100cm above the iPad. Everything next to the iPad is sharp, but the display itself seems a little ...
In TV broadcasts of football matches (soccer matches) there are often long displays along the side of the football field that show advertisements. I guess that these displays are made up of electronic ...
I use the Zoom H4n when I want really good sound quality compared to the awful laptop built-in sound card. It seems like the audio clips if I turn it to 100 on the H4n. What is really the 1:1 ratio, ...
(I'm making a short film with a friend, and we want to make this as close as possible to a blockbuster film without blowing our budget. We have spent about $5000 on a camera, lenses and two ...
What does it mean to “check a waveform monitor to make sure that my highlights weren't clipping too much”?
In this article Roger Deakins talks about how he would "check a waveform monitor to make sure that my highlights weren't clipping too much". What does he mean by this?