Better Monitoring Ep 115: DSLR | Video Skills with Rich Harrington: Adorama Photography TV

Better Monitoring Ep 115: DSLR | Video Skills with Rich Harrington: Adorama Photography TV

AdoramaTV presents DSLR | Video Skills with Richard Harrington. Join Rich as he explains the importance of properly monitoring your shot. Unlike digital photography, there are not many options available to fix a video after a field shoot.

In this episode, learn different ways you can prevent focus or exposure problems by adding extra equipment to help. Items such as a camera rig, a reliable viewfinder, and a field monitor will help you to avoid problems that can not be fixed in post.

AdoramaTV features talented hosts including: Mark Wallace, Gavin Hoey, Joe McNally, Joe DiMaggio, Tamara Lackey, Bryan Peterson, and Rich Harrington.

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Good job! Very helpful!

The ending is like 1 min long @_@ *skips* 

It's great, continue with the tutorials, thank you!!

Bauss says:

where can i get an eyepiece for my lumix evf???

Adorama says:

If you have a shoe mount look at the Hoodman Crane.. otherwise you can use strap to attach it. Zacuto also makes adhesive frames.

AlexStreinu says:

Someone is looking @ Digitalrev (regarding the Canon camera with the Nikon strap) :)

It's not just the overlays. The highres monitor makes a big different.

Steve Weiss says:

Nice video Rich

Farouk Lens says:

Great video super advices thanks

Canon camera witn Nikon camera strap. Now, that's being politically correct. :-)

India Now says:

hahaha jacket logic was funny :D

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