High Speeding Shooting with Nigel G. Rowe

High Speed filming is shooting more frames per second, then slowing the motion down. 24 frames is the standard normal speed. Once you shoot more frames per second than that and play it back at…

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Lighting for Tabletop with Gaffer Bobby Earnhardt with

The key to lighting table-top is working with a Director who¬†does this all the time. They need to be savvy enough to arrange the products in a way that is visually appealing. Crystals, bottles, tiles,…

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tabletop production

Motion Control with Nigel Rowe

Motion control is a mechanical process to move a camera through space and control every aspect of it: focus, frame rate, & position. In the old days it was a mechanical process where the camera…

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food shooters

Stop Motion Animation with Director Nathan Lee

Stop motion animation is a technique of taking photos and stitching them together to create movement. It has been around since the dawn of motion pictures and is relevant today because it is real, tactile,…

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Introduction to Food Styling with Food Stylist, Vanessa McIntyre

The biggest misconception of food styling is that everything is fake. We enhance the food more than fake it. You may not cook the turkey all the way through so that the skin is not…

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