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    5 Steps To Making Claymation

    It's a larger undertaking than your average film project—most animations are—but with the accessibility of apps like Vine and Instagram that allow users to make short stop motion films, it can be less daunting. Here are a few things to think about if you're looking to ...

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    How to Shoot Video on Your iPhone

    Cell phone cameras are getting better every year, and while they still pale in comparison to purpose-built cameras, you can shoot decent video using an iPhone.

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    6 Steps To Putting Yourself On Tape

    Being a bi-coastal curious actor means that you should be ready to put yourself “on tape” for an audition at the drop of a hat. So, here are a few things to keep in mind for next time.

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    How To Make Your Own Teleprompter

    Whether it’s for making speeches, delivering the news, reading cue lines, or singing songs, a teleprompter can be a valuable—even an invaluable—part of your career success.

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    3 Ways to Find Original Monologues

    A great way to make your audition the one the casting director remembers is to pick an off-the-beaten-path monologue to perform.

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    Top 5 Ways to Finance Your Online Content

    Let’s face it: Raising money sucks. That said, it’s still part of the game. Without financing, there are a number of projects I never would’ve been able to make over the years—and calling in favors only gets you so far. Thus, here are my top five ...

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    How To Make Your Own Tripod

    Keeping your camera stable is vital to getting good shots and quality video. That's why using tripod to keep your camera in place will greatly improve your shots immediately.

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    How to Add Basic Graphics to Your Video

    Here are a few things to consider that will help you create great graphics for your production.

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    Logic Pro X Provides Actors a Prime Audio Editing Platform

    Like the Final Cut Pro X video editor, Logic Pro X features a streamlined interface designed to simplify the workflow process for hardened professionals and newcomers alike.

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    5 Settings on a Digital Camera You Should Know

    Here are five settings already built into almost DSLRs that will easily allow you to take DIY headshots, production stills, or other promotional photos without breaking open the manual.