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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On February - 2 - 2018
Tips and Tricks to Improve Your HD-DSLR Video Recording

Tips and Tricks to Improve Your HD-DSLR Video Recording (image from bhphotovideo.com)

The new generation of dSLR cameras include high–definition (HD) video, and this is opening up a whole new realm of creative possibilities to photographers. Digital SLRs are making it much easier for visual everyone to share cinematic stories. Even if you’re a novice, the tips and techniques in this guide will soon have you planning and shooting movies in HD, like the filmmaker you always thought you could be. Read the rest of this entry »

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