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Mounting a GoPro HERO5 Black to a DJI Osmo Mobile

For those of you who already own a DJI Osmo Mobile and GoPro HERO5 Black and want to find a workaround to use both side by side, here’s a video that showcases exactly that. Typically, image stabilization can make a huge difference regardless of the fact whether you’re shooting for

New Phantom Flex4K-GS adds Global Shutter to the King of Slow-Mo

Vision Research, a brand name synonymous with high-end pro super-slow motion cameras, recently announced the newest addition to their Phantom Flex line-up of cameras – the Phantom Flex4K-GS. The GS in the name stands for “Global Shutter”, which eliminates imaging artifacts associated with motion skew; the Flex4K-GS features a custom

Five Effective Tips to Improve Your Fast-Cut Video Edits

Quick-cut video editing could be an incredibly powerful storytelling asset when you want to express a certain creative vision or evoke particular emotions from your audience through a  simple visual concept that combines different images fitting perfectly together in the final edit. Applying this technique the right

Five Must Have Panasonic GH5 Accessories + New Footage

Yes, here’s my obligatory “Panasonic GH5 accessories” blog post. No seriously, in all honesty, since I have already pre-ordered a Panasonic GH5 (with the XLR extension unit), I am actually buying these accessories. After digging around the web, speaking to the UK distributor, getting my hands on

Using Templates To Make High-Quality Videos

Creating high-quality video requires an expertise in a lot of areas. First, there is the shooting of footage, which requires a great eye and excellent knowledge of camera gear. Then there is a need for great editing skills like a sense of pacing and knowledge of editing

How to Choose the Right Focal Length for Your Videos

Picking the right lens and optimal focal length, in particular, may drastically vary from occasion to occasion. The lens choice can not only affect the visual relationship between your subject and background but also can utterly change the mood and aesthetics of your overall shot. So, how do