Here are this edition's entries to Do More with Video:
Brian Green presents Five things Every New Filmmaker Should Know posted at Film Making Stuff, saying, "A few tips I learned while producing my first feature length movie that I think every first time film-maker should know."
Hal Robertson presents Diegetic Sound posted at Videomaker, saying, "Diegetic sounds are the sounds that on-screen characters are hearing. If you want to tell a story and make viewers care, diegetic sound can really help seal the deal and help draw in the audience. Sound is, after all, at least half of a film."
Lincoln Spector presents How to grab a freeze-frame from a video posted at PCWorld.
Kyle Cassidy presents Shooting Tips for Beginners posted at Videomaker, saying, "Everyone starts somewhere, and what might be second nature to an old pro can be confusing to someone just starting out, so here are some tips for the beginner."
Duncan Wright presents Lights, Camera, Action, SEO! posted at BSA Marketing, saying, "Video as a marketing tool is now within the reach of most businesses,making video SEO a vital part of any search marketing strategy."
Dave Johnson presents Shoot now, focus later: Change the focus after you take a photo posted at TechHive, saying, "Cameras like the Lytro have changed the idea of focusing entirely, allowing you to change the focus of Lytro photos after they’re taken. Here is how you cam simulate Lytro photos with your current camera."
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