A guide to all the basics of HD video, one of the hottest features on D-SLR cameras. It looks at, among other things, recording audio, shooting techniques and outputting final video files. It addresses gear, recording audio, shooting techniques, formats and standards for HD video, editing video and audio files and outputting final video files.
HD video is one of the hottest new features on digital SLR cameras, and photographers are eager to understand how it works and optimize their results. Rob Sheppard
and Michael Guncheon, longtime digital experts and contributors to “HD Video Pro” magazine, have created an up-to-date guide to all the basics. They address gear, recording audio, shooting techniques, formats and standards for HD video, editing video and audio files, and outputting final video files-everything a photographer new to the technology needs to know
is the author/photographer of more than a dozen photo books. He also writes a column in Outdoor Photographer called “Digital Horizons” and teaches around America. Michael Guncheon's images have appeared in books, magazines and calendars and he is an award-winning video editor and partner at HDMG, Minneapolis, cutting music videos, documentaries and commercials.