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    How To Film the Next ‘Blair Witch Project’

    If you're looking to play with found footage for your next project, the good news is that it's probably less expensive and time-consuming an undertaking than your average straight shooting, as you're purposefully going for an impromptu low-fi feel.

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    Capture Video Anytime, Anywhere, at Any Speed With GoPro

    If you really want to show what you can do, where you can go, and just what all that money for your gym membership has bought you, you’re going to need a little bit of help. And the GoPro Hero3 Black Edition could be it.

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    How To Make Your Own Steadicam

    A true Steadicam is a heavy, body-mounted piece of equipment that costs thousands of dollars, a cheap DIY variant can be made with parts from a hardware store.

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    How to Shoot Video Using Natural Light

    Despite the hurdles, if you familiarize yourself with natural light – what it’s all about and how it works – you’re well on the way to capturing some stunning images. So keep your eyes and your mind open. Here are three tips to consider on your next project.

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    Padcaster Turns Your iPad Into a Professional Video Camera

    Padcaster ($149) may change all that by tweaking or outright fixing everything that prevents your tablet from being a top-notch video device, good enough for your professional pursuits.