Video Hack 12 – How to HIT your MARK Every Time

When you have a precise shot that you need to film, whether it’s moving a product or talent into place, hitting the mark you need to be on can be very difficult.

In this weeks hack we have a great technique that is guaranteed to make hitting your mark much easier.

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Video Hack #11 – How to Light Up a Set With One Light

If you’re just starting to make videos or you are on a budget, chances are you will be carrying the bare basics when it comes to equipment. One of the most important parts of your production is your lighting, but lighting can be very expensive.

In this week’s hack we show you the best way to light up your entire set, if you only have one light.

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Video Hack #10 – How to do Handheld Shots Without Getting Tired

Another season, another set of great hacks!

Filming handheld is a great technique for adding tension and drama to your videos, but holding up a camera for an extended period of time can be very tiresome, especially with bigger, more expensive cameras.

This week we’ve got a quick trick that will show you how to film handheld without tiring yourself out.

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Video Hack Season 2 Blooper Reel

Thank you all for sticking around with us throughout the ongoing production of these hacks!

To celebrate the end of another season, here is a compilation of the best line flubs, mistakes and all around funny moments during the filming of our second season. This time with TWICE the hilarity!

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-The Video Twins

Video Hack #9 – How to Keep Your Set Safe

A video set can be a very hazardous place, and as your production value increases, you’ll have more equipment and more people on set. If you’re not careful this can lead to many unfortunate accidents.

This week we’ve got back to back hacks on quick and simple ways to ensure that your set is a safe place.

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Video Hack #8 – How to Build Your Own Reflector

Reflectors can be an incredibly useful tool to help control light when filming outdoors but they can be pretty expensive. If only you just make one yourself…

In this week’s video hack we show you a fast and easy way how to create your own reflector for a low cost.

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Video Hack #7 – How to Protect Your Eyes While Filming

In today’s hack we show you how to monitor the sun to get bright, consistent lighting when filming outdoors, while protecting your eyes in the process.

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Video Hacks – Season 1 Blooper Reel

This week we decided to take a little break from the Video Hacks – but dont worry, we will have more awesome video production tips next week.

Over the course of producing these hacks, it often takes a few times before we get it right. What you don’t see are the mess ups, flubs, and just plain funny moments that occur either during the scene or behind the scenes…until now.

So in the final episode of this season of Video Hacks, we present to you the bloopers from our first season of filming.

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The Video Twins

Video Hack #5 – How to CONTROL Annoying LIGHT

We got another hack for ya!

If you’re low on light when filming inside, using natural light can be very helpful, but too much light could lead to an overexposed shot. This week Dean and Burman have a few tips to show you how to control the amount of natural light present in your video.

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dean