How to SPICE UP your videos using CAMERA TRICKS

Today, Peter McKinnon is talking about three little camera tricks that you can add to your videos to make your edits a little more fun and interesting.

Taking Your Photos to the Next Level with Color Theory

In this video, Mango Street take you along for another shoot with their models Destiny and Kelsey, visiting two locations with two different outfits — one pink and one yellow.

DIY photography lighting hacks | Great lights for portrait, product and food photography

DIY photography tutorial and camera hacks to create awesome lights that you can use for portrait photography, product photography and even food photography.

10 tips, how to shoot food in 52 different ways

Robertas Daskevičius, a freelance food photographer based in Lithuania, Europe, started his own yearly food photography project called “52 times” (,, @52times in Instagram). Having a big experience and a huge passion for food photography, the photographer aims to show various possibilities and techniques of food photography. Each week he organizes food photoshoots with different famous chefs and challenges himself to come up with a new idea how to show and shoot food this time.

Steady Box good things come from strange places. In this video, Liza Trainer explains how to make a camera shock mount real fast and cheap.

How Peter McKinnon gained 1 million subscribers in under 1 year

What are the secrets behind Peter McKinnon's rapid Youtube growth? How did he manage to gain 1 million subscribers in under a year?

Brian Smith On Using Strobes On Location

Sony Artisan Brian Smith discusses using studio strobes on location and visits Freestyle Fighting Academy to photograph martial arts and martial artists.

Three point lighting is the first thing you learn about in your lighting classes. But is three point lighting a thing of the past? Probably not, but it's certainly not the end all be all to every single lighting setup.

Shooting Large Format Film for the First Time

The 4x5 camera is a Combo SCII RS monorail camera, Irene Rudnyk and Andrew Bolton used Caltar-S II 150mm f5.6 lens with it, and HP5+ 4x5 black and white film expired Polaroid film we used is the 405 Polaroid 4x5

Hiding a Mic in Plain Sight

Griffin shares his hidden microphone trick—how to place a mic blatantly in a locked-down shot, and use masking to hide it in Final Cut Pro X.